Keeping Hope Alive
Collective Hope is a movement bringing together like-minded people to Keep Hope Alive among the vulnerable children of Nepal. We long to see Nepali children flourish in all facets of life.
We are motivated by love, and we seek to serve with humility, compassion and integrity.
Children's Education Paid
Homes of Hope Built
Camp Hope Events To-Date
Our Guiding Values
Value each person we serve
Serve with humility, compassion and
Equip and empower Nepali Team
members to lead
Establish long-term, healthy
Respect cultural distinctions of those
Our Core Initiatives
provide an opportunity for children to grow up healthy, educated and safe.
Homes of Hope
provide a family style, loving and safe
environment for vulnerable children to thrive.
is a space where children learn about Jesus, experience unconditional love, discover their value and realize that their life has a meaningful purpose.
Our history and timeline.
On Greg Salyer’s first trip to Nepal in 1998, his heart was captured by both the beauty and vulnerability of Nepali children. Having never forgotten that first experience, he made several return trips over the years to explore opportunities to serve those children. In 2014, Greg’s family traveled with him to Nepal. As a result of that trip, the Salyer family launched Collective Hope in September of 2014, with a mission to keep hope alive among the vulnerable children of Nepal while longing to see Nepali children flourish in all facets of life.
Our founder made a second trip to Nepal, seeking to serve Nepali children
Our first three children were sponsored
Our dream became a reality; Collective Hope was officially launched
Our Girl’s Home opened with five girls
Our first Camp Hope was held in Kathmandu
Our new Girl’s Home was constructed and dedicated
Where we serve
Meet the Team
Our US and Nepal teams work closely together to execute our mission and fulfill our vision.
Meet our Board
Our board of directors who help make Collective Hope possible. Every member of our board is dedicated to our mission of keeping hope alive for the vulnerable children of Nepal.