Kristi Falconer, our President and Founder, is a top 10 finalist in the Canada’s Nicest Person contest being held by Roots Canada for Canada’s 150th! The prize is a $10,000 donation to Signs of Hope in Africa!
After 8 successful years, we have decided to cancel our Easter Egg Hunt at Beckwith Park this year. We have enjoyed hosting over 3,000 people each year and we know that many families have made the Beckwith Park Easter Egg Hunt a family tradition, so we will miss seeing all of you. Over the years,
Welcome to our new website! We have taken the past year to discuss how best to tell the stories of the village of Jambiani, Tanzania and the result is now apparent. With the dedicated work of our volunteers we have refreshed our content, updated our look and added more options for online donations. Please check out
Thank you to everyone who supported our 2016 Christmas chocolate fundraiser! This year we were able raise $835 towards our breakfast program in Jambiani! We wish everyone a safe and happy holidays and we hope you thoroughly enjoy any and all chocolate you receive this year!
For the second year in a row, Signs of Hope in Africa is fundraising with Purdy’s Chocolatier! This is a fun and delicious fundraiser! We care about children in Africa and so it is important to us to fundraise with a company that makes chocolates ethically. Purdy’s chocolates are made with Sustainable Cocoa, which includes “a
Register your team of 4 for our 10th Anniversary Amazing Race for Africa on Sunday May 29th 12:30-5pm.
What a fantastic event and so wonderful to see hundreds and hundreds of children and families enjoying themselves. Despite the rainy day we still raised $8000!! Thank you so much to all of our generous sponsors and donors, your support was greatly appreciated. To all of our volunteers, thank you for making the event such