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Support the Robertson family: Brian & Leslie Robertson will be joining FHT and will travel to Tanzania in February 2018.  They will initially spend ten days in Tanzania with Pastor Joseph and his family volunteering at the Ormee Primary School assisting with current projects, spending time with the Maasai people learning and building relationships.   Read more.

Donations made to our General Fund will be used where it is most needed at the time. 

Sponsor a teacher: Namelock Elias and she is 20 years old.  Namelock is Maasai and is from the Simanjiro area of Tanzania.  She is a Christian and was raised in a Christian family.  She is young, energetic and passionate about education and teaching children.  Please click below if you would like to help sponsor Namelock.  Read more.

​​​​​​Farm Hope Thrive, Inc. is a US registered 501(c)3 organization whose purpose is to educate and equip rural farmers, community leaders, pastors, teachers & students in East Africa, using a biblical and sustainable approach to agriculture, on how to improve crop yields, care for God's creation, develop a closer relationship with God and how to make a profit by using Kingdom management principles in order to raise a self-sustaining, interdependent, and Godly generation. 

Our agriculture program will transform their current agriculture systems in a way that empowers people and that equips and enables the poor to feed themselves, generate income, & eradicate poverty. 

We also provide training in the areas of rainwater harvesting, water filtration, and beekeeping, as well as providing humanitarian assistance when needed in order to help improve the lives of the people of East Africa.

Financial information about this organization and a copy of its license are available from the State Solicitation Licensing Branch at  919-807-2214 or 888-830-4989 FREE for NC Residents.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Farm Hope Thrive is funded by the kind donations of our partners and friends.  100% of all financial donations are used for the construction of the Ormee Primary School, Tanzanian staff wages and agriculture training expenses in order for us to educate African farmers to increase their crop yields to feed their families, to make a profit, while sharing this amazing yet simple message of hope. When you support us through donations and prayer you enable us to impact people’s lives and their communities. In effect you too are impacting these people’s lives for Christ. Thank you for the work you are doing in Tanzania and beyond through our family. Your gift does make a difference, and we couldn't do this without you! 

Farm Hope Thrive is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation which has been recognized by the IRS as a tax exempt charitable organization, Federal Tax ID Number 47-1603593.  All donations made to Farm Hope Thrive either by mail or online are fully tax-deductible.  A receipt will be sent for tax purposes.

Donations by Mail

Checks can be made payable to:

Farm Hope Thrive

PO Box 1513

Boone, NC 28607

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Online giving is safe, secure, and extremely easy!  You may use your PayPal account or major credit card.  Just click on the donation button below.  Please pray about becoming an ongoing monthly partner. Through your prayers and financial donations, we can continue to equip the nation of Tanzania, and make a lasting impact.   If you do not designate your gift it will be used towards the greatest need.  

​​Thank you for your kind donations and partnership!

​​The Ormee school is providing children with clean water, as well as the community.  We have partnered with Maji:Hope ​based in Alabama to make this happen!  You can give towards the expense of the well through Farm Hope Thrive and/or Maji:Hope.  Donate online or mail your check today!  Read more.

The Ormee Primary School & Training Center provides Maasai children with a high quality Christian education and instead of the government issued agriculture training they will be trained and discipled in a relevant, biblical and sustainable approach to agriculture known as Farming God’s Way (FGW). The school will also be used as a training center, complete with demonstration plots, for the immediate community as well as surrounding areas.  Read more.