India Prison Work – Made possible by grant from American Women for International Understanding ( To learn more go to
Opportunity to work with inmates’ children in India with grant from American Women for International Understanding ( To learn more go to
January 2017, working with inmates in India with grant received from American Women for International Understanding ( To learn more, go to
Inmates arriving for project delivery, made possible with grant from American Women for International Understanding ( To learn more, go to

Hope in Life Foundation is engaged in several projects both at the local and global levels.


Project – Rehabilitate  girls ages 11-17 rescued from human trafficking in India (ACTIVE)

Hope in Life Foundation is collaboratively working with another non-profit to deliver this project. Rehabilitation of 100-250 girls includes and is not limited to (1) building a facility where girls can stay safe and get educated; (2) enabling girls to continue with their computer education. Currently the girls have less than 10 laptops/PCs to help them learn coding. Hope in Life Foundation is actively seeking donations from corporations and individuals to keep moving this project along. Laptop donations are highly appreciated.


 Project – Safe Campuses

Projects under this category are run on campuses. Students and their families are educated on Title IX. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 protects people from discrimination based on sex in education programs and activities that receive federal financial assistance.

The Title IX regulation describes the conduct that violates Title IX. Examples of the types of discrimination that are covered under Title IX include sexual harassment, the failure to provide equal opportunity in athletics, and discrimination based on pregnancy. To enforce Title IX, the U.S. Department of Education maintains an Office for Civil Rights, with headquarters in Washington, DC and 12 offices across the United States.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights. Title IX and Sex Discrimination.


Project – Empower Me (Prison work in India and USA) – ACTIVE

Projects in this category are geared towards empowerment of women in prison. The organization has collaboratively delivered 3 projects in India. Read more at The projects are of a cathartic nature and also help with self realization and development. The projects give inmates life skills they may use in the future, upon release. Hope in Life Foundation is looking for volunteers with skills in data collection and analysis, forensics, psycho therapy, psychologists to help deliver an education project at California Institute for Women from October 16 – November 3, 2017.



Project – Cities for CEDAW (ONGOING)

UNA-USA-Orange County Chapter nominated Hope in Life Foundation to bring United Nations Convention to Eliminate all forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) in Cities of the County. Cities for CEDAW is a campaign to implement a CEDAW ordinance in 100 or more cities at the municipal level by 2016.

The Cities for CEDAW Campaign has been divided into three phases:

Phase I Invite collaborative NGO’s with offices in several cities in the United States.

Phase II Develop and secure funds to support grass roots efforts and provide tools and materials proven to be effective to all Cities for CEDAW advocates.

Phase III Conduct action oriented webinars and share models that have been successful. And work together – NGO/CSW – WIN – DOSW and all participating NGOs and cities to gain CEDAW implementation.



Project – Interfaith (ONGOING)

The organization works with various religious communities and interfaith groups to establish peace and harmony via dialog, healing circles and prayers.