Hope is more than a four letter word. It is a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen. At Samaritan’s Feet, HOPE represents Health, Opportunity, Peace, and Education; a platform for giving back as well as a chance to save children’s lives from soil-transmitted parasites and sickness causes by foot-borne diseases around the world, an opportunity for kids to go to school, and a framework to inject love and peace to hurting communities.
Through the Hope Givers network, incredible like-minded servant leaders will inspire others in the community and enrich the lives of shoeless children locally and around the world. The commitment we ask of you is to raise at least $5,000 in order to serve 250 children with new shoes and a message of hope. This program was created to empower individuals to serve and we thank you for considering this meaningful role to share hope.
Meet Our Hope Giver of the Week: Mark Freiburger
Mark Freiberger is a Film and Commercial Director based in Los Angeles. He directed the award-winning independent feature dramas “Dog Days of Summer” and “Jimmy.” He has directed the Los Angeles stage premiere of the 9/11 themed drama “110 Stories.” In 2013, he won the Doritos Crash the Super Bowl contest with his Doritos commercial Fashionista Daddy. He loves creating socially conscious entertainment and spending time volunteering for Samaritan’s Feet, the Hope Project International in Nicaragua, and his local community in Los Angeles.
Our 2017 Hope Givers