Hopper Group is proud to be supporters of these great charities and organizations:

 

          Hope-Link

Hope-Link is a nonprofit organization working to end poverty in our community here in the Seattle area. Each year we help more than 64,000 people through programs that provide stability and the skills and knowledge needed to exit poverty. The 2016 report – released in March 2017 – focuses on Hopelink programs and services that were provided to 63,700 low-income residents of King and Snohomish Counties during the previous year – including 21,641 clients who received community services (food, shelter, heat, employment and adult education, etc.) and 43,994 people who were served through Hopelink’s transportation program.

 

Learn more about Hope-Link

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          Compassion International

Compassion International is a Christian humanitarian aid child sponsorship organization dedicated to the long-term development of children living in poverty around the world. Compassion International, headquartered in Colorado SpringsColorado, functions in 26 countries such as Bolivia, Colombia, Mexico, Haiti, Kenya, and India. Brian and Nicole Hopper have sponsored numerous Compassion Children since 1998.

Learn more about Compassion Int.

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One Child Campaign #loveethiopia

Hopper Group’s Rocky Poulin has an overwhelming passion for Ethiopia, and it’s people.  So much so, Poulin is about to embark on the 4th (collectively as a family) trip to the country (with One Child Campaign) where their youngest son was born.  “After years of waiting, in 2013 we brought our youngest son home from Ethiopia,” Poulin said.  “My wife and I fell in love with the country of Ethiopia from the minute we touched down in this foreign land.  The people, the music, the culture took our hearts.”  Follow our hashtag #loveethiopia to track with him on his journey!

Learn more about Rocky’s trip to Ethiopia.

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     Teen Challenge USA

Teen Challenge offers solutions to youth, adults, and families who struggle with life-controlling problems. Hopper Group’s Nicole Lynn is personally connected with Teen Challenge by working hands-on at the local women’s center. She pays regular visits, teaching and investing in the lives of those seeking change. “We wholeheartedly believe in this amazing program and have witnessed the results time and time again,” says Nicole Hopper. “Teen Challenge is holistic – meaning that they are concerned with the body, mind, and spirit of those who come to them for help. They endeavor to help people become mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well, and spiritually alive.”

Learn more about Teen Challenge USA.

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Reality Sports

“Being a former NCAA athlete and playing sports my whole life, Reality Sports is near and dear to me”, says Hopper Group’s Rocky Poulin. Reality Sports was founded by Brian Peterson, a close friend and former college roommate of Poulin.

What does it mean to praise and lift up your opponents? How can you compete in athletics and still have good sportsmanship? How do faith and sports mix? “Reality Sports uses sports as a vehicle to enhance one’s physical and spiritual gifts. Reality Sports teaches comprehensive physical, mental, and spiritual training,” Poulin said. “They believe in the fundamental value of sports and the life lessons learned through participation.”  

Learn more about Reality Sports.

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Bring Love In

Bring Love In is a community that exists to show love by giving families to children who have none. They are based out of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia where they couple orphans who are given to them by local authorities, and widows from within local Christian church communities, to create new forever families in Ethiopia. Hopper Group’s Poulin was blessed to bring home their son from Ethiopia in 2013.

The work of Bring Love In is the collaboration of people around the world who believe in using the resources they have been given to help those in need.

Learn more about Bring Love In.

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