News from The Hope Alliance:

Thank You Melissa


Thank You Melissa !

The Hope Alliance (THA) Board of Trustees would like to offer our heartfelt appreciation to Melissa Caffey for her service, compassion and leadership as she retires from THA and 30 years in the nonprofit sector this week. Melissa worked tirelessly for the last four years to help The Hope Alliance provide a better future for tens of thousands of people in the developing world, coordinating more than 40 projects and expeditions in 8 countries and returning THA headquarters back to its roots in Park City. According to THA Board Chairman Glenn Artist, “Melissa will be greatly missed and we wish her the very best in her new future endeavors.”

After an extensive search, the Board is pleased to welcome Angela Wright as the new Executive Director. Angela has an MBA from the University of Utah and will soon join the THA team after 6 years as a Regional Director of the YMCAs in Salt Lake and Weber Counties. 


Piura, Peru Vision Expedition – June/July, 2015

Volunteers Wanted!

The Hope Alliance Peru Vision Expedition – June/July, 2015

The Hope Alliance is seeking volunteers to travel with us on a humanitarian expedition to Piura, Peru this summer. We will be providing vision screening, eyeglasses and eye-health education in some of the most impoverished areas of the Piura Region in northern Peru. There will also be an optional Cusco and Machu Picchu tour after the vision clinic. No medical training or experience required. For more information, please contact The Hope Alliance Office at (435) 333-3334 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Fill out the application here

Guatemala Vision Expedition Trip Report

Chimaltenango, Guatemala

Guatemala Vision Expedition

Chimaltenango, Guatemala
Our 17 volunteers just returned from Chimaltenango, Guatemala and with the help of the local Lions Club and many more, they were able to serve over 1,800 people in 4 1/2 days with screenings and eyeglasses. We thank you for your huge humanitarian hearts serving people in critical need. Without your tireless efforts none of this would be possible. Again, on behalf of The Hope Alliance and thousands in need, Thank You T.H.A. Volunteers!
We are so proud of you!

Help Us Pave the Way!

This summer, Park City Medical Center plans to build a 1,900-square-foot organic community garden on its campus. They will be partnering with The Hope Alliance, along with four additional local non-profit organizations to help raise money for these organizations by selling engraved pavers. By purchasing a permanent, engraved brick, not only will 100% of the proceeds support The Hope Alliance, but it will also "Pave the Way" for the new community garden at the Park City Medical Center! $150/ brick

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