Where We're Working

In ever-changing danger zones around the world – where hurricanes, typhoons, tornadoes, earthquakes, tsunamis, floods or man-made crises are occuring, people and communities are most vulnerable and in need. Victor’s Hope Foundation, in collaboration with humanitarian support partners, assists communities with needed medicines, medical supplies, food, water, emergency shelter and other urgently needed relief services.


Individuals and companies’ generosity is critical, as it ensures that Victor’s Hope Foundation is proactively prepared as our relief work continues. Your contributions help maintain our preparedness efforts and the capabilities necessary to launch a swift and effective response to a disaster or emergency, whenever and wherever it occurs. Contributing support allows us to craft long-term recovery programs in communities still struggling after natural hazards, disasters, man-made catastrophes or medically underserved communities.


To help survivors at the time of an emergency or disaster, providing relief supplies, including clean water, medicines and medical supplies. Our focus is to provide immediate relief for survivors, restore health services and assist humanitarian aid partners in planning for long-term recovery.
Victor’s Hope Foundation is a nonprofit disaster relief and humanitarian aid organization that responds to emergency medical needs and supports long-term humanitarian assistance programs within the United States and worldwide.


Medical Team Support | Life-Changing Medicines & Supplies | Emergency Aid


Working in partnership with the African Catholic missionary order Daughters of Mary Mother of Mercy, Victor’s Hope Foundation provides for ongoing health care support and medical supplies for the Nigerian disability center, orphanages and medical clinics operated by the Sisters, along with establishing a Neurofibromatosis clinic.
Neurofibromatosis (NF) is the term for three distinct genetic disorders – NF1, NF2 and Schwannomatosis. Each causes tumors to grow on nerves throughout the body. Usually diagnosed in childhood, NF is a lifelong disorder with complex symptoms, including tumors of the brain, optic nerves, and the nervous system, and it often creates learning disabilities, sleep disorders and depression. NF1 occurs in 1 of approximately 3,500 births. NF2 is much rarer than NF1, occurring in 1 in 25,000 births. NF affects both sexes and all races and ethnic groups equally and is more prevalent than cystic fibrosis, Duchenne muscular dystrophy and Huntington’s disease combined.