It is with mixed emotions that I write to inform you of the decision to dissolve Drops of Hope Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life,particularly for women and children, in the Imo State of Nigeria.

Drops of Hope Foundation was founded with the noble mission of providing support in reas such as literacy, microfinance, and basic health services. Over the past years, we have endeavored to fulfill this mission, believing that investing in women and children is paramount to the future economic and social prosperity of our communities.

Our journey has been marked by significant milestones, including the recent endeavor to establish a School of Acquisition. This ambitious goal, prioritized by our Board of Directors, aimed to provide further opportunities for empowerment and education in the region. Through collaborative efforts and fundraising initiatives, we were able to secure property for the school, and subsequently have built it to near completion.

As our work approaches its culmination, and Father Chrysogonus is now in Nigeria and able to be on site to complete the final touches, it is with a sense of accomplishment and gratitude that we announce the dissolution of Drops of Hope Foundation. We extend our heartfelt appreciation to all those who have contributed to our cause,whether through fundraising efforts or unwavering support. Your dedication has been instrumental in enabling women and children to aspire towards a brighter tomorrow.

While the journey of Drops of Hope Foundation may be coming to a close, we remain steadfast in our commitment to the values and principles that have guided us thus far. We trust that the impact of our collective efforts will endure, serving as a beacon of hope for generations to come.

With warm regards,
Board of Directors
Drops of Hope Foundation




Giving women the tools to start and maintain their own small businesses. Organizing health professionals to provide basic services to those otherwise unable to obtain basic healthcare. Providing school funding and supplies to children grades 1-12 who would otherwise remain uneducated.