Empowering those that live in poverty to live with hope.
Boscovet Hope Academy
The Boscovet hope School was founded in 2013 on land purchased from a local villager who was very proud to provide the site for the new school. The six room building which also serves as a place of worship on Sundays was built with donations from generous supporters. It opened in September 2013 with 60 students and now has nearly 400 girls and boys ages 3 to 13 attending school there. Part of our mission is to make sure these children receive a healthy lunch with milk every day. The meal is cooked and served by our onsite cooks. Plus the children receive a mid morning snack.
In 2015, we added two more classrooms and another 3 classrooms in 2018. We also were able to purchase a nearby plot of ground so that the children have a dedicated play area away from the road.
Please help make a difference by sending your tax deductible donation to the Boscovet Project at 5720 Jensen Rd Stanwood, WA 98292. You can also contribute online using the donate button above.
If you have an interest in serving on a mission trip in the future, please contact the project leader in the United States, Daniel Haskins, DVM at:
We typically go every January although occasionally go in late July with a team that conducts medical clinics and a vacation Bible camp for the children.
Our mission is to empower those suffering in poverty to live with hope by assisting them through improved animal health, clean and accessible water, agricultural improvements, education,and micro-finance. Our model emphasizes sustainable development which utilizes the concept of a hand up and not a hand out.