Neglected no more - because I matter.

Celebrate Thanksgiving this year by giving a Bundle of Hope to Swadhin and families like his.

Remember, when you provide 1 bundle, a companion donor has generously offered to match your gift to provide for another family in need.


Essential nutrition for one month for one family struggling to afford food.


Basic elements of self-care for a leprosy patient, including skin care supplies, training to prevent disability, blankets and school supplies.


This full bundle provides care for one family for an entire year. Each bundle is customized for the specific family needs and includes things like food, health care, home repair and specialized training for jobs they’re able to manage given their existing disabilities.


effect:hope, formerly The Leprosy Mission Canada, is a Christian international development organization focused on growing healthy, inclusive communities. With partners in 11 developing countries, effect:hope builds stronger health-care systems and champions new research initiatives that will make positive, lasting changes in the lives of millions facing stigma and impoverishment due to leprosy and other diseases of poverty.


More information about donations
Do you have any questions? Contact effect:hope at 1-888-537-7679 or email

If the area of need you have designated your gift to becomes fully funded, your gift will be used where it is needed most.

All donations from qualified Canadian donors will receive a tax creditable receipt. Charitable Registration No.: 11924 1990 RR0001

effect:hope (The Leprosy Mission Canada) is a member of the Canadian Council of Christian Charities. Go to the CCCC website for more information about the standards that we adhere to.

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effect:hope (The Leprosy Mission Canada) is a member of the Canadian Council of Charities.