A Girl Called Hope is a non–profit organisation working with young women who face life–controlling issues and behaviour, such as abuse, addictions, depression, eating disorders, self harm and unplanned pregnancy. We exist to provide a future full of hope and potential to every young woman – to show them that they are valued, purposed and above all have a reason to live.
Our goal is to see young women restored to full health; to discover the purpose for their lives and bring value to their world as productive and thriving individuals.
"My eating disorder had robbed me of all but an ounce of hope that one day I might be free. I was welcomed with smiles and encouraging words, into the beautiful home. Straight away I felt as if I belonged."
Restoring hope and transforming lives of young New Zealand women facing life controlling issues and behaviours.
The approach used by A Girl Called Hope is a structured six-month residential programme, provided free of charge for young women aged 16 to 28 years. The programme is designed to equip them with life principles, social skills, training in nutrition and fitness, career guidance and counselling. The practical and holistic approach draws on Christian principles in working with the physical, spiritual, emotional and psychological issues consuming the young women that seek our help.
If you are a young woman between the ages of 16 and 28 and are seeking help, we invite you to begin the application process.