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Mission of Hope, Inc.

Phone: (321) 588-3509

Creating a Safe World for Everyone

We are a nonprofit organization in Apopka, Florida that offers refugee services.

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Our Refugee Service

Mission of Hope, Inc. is more than just a nonprofit organization that focuses on our church ministry. We are also starting a refugee service to reach out to people in need in Kissimmee, near the Orlando area.

The U.S. Government employed thousands of Afghan citizens to serve as cultural advisors, interpreters, translators, and more to work with our troops on the ground in Afghanistan for 20 years. These friends are now in imminent danger, because of the help they provided us, as the Taliban has swiftly taken over. The U.S. made promises to these allies to protect them.

With the aid of your generous gifts MOH will be helping these Afghan refugees find homes and help provide other critical services here in the Kissimmee / Orlando community. And we will continue to support our new friends and neighbors as they find employment, their children enroll in schools, and they become active participants in this community we will share with them.

Ways You Can Help

Donate Funds

Your generous support helps bring desperately needed healing, hope, and help to Afghan refugees in the midst of this crisis.

Thank you for making a difference!

Host a Stay

Do you have an empty house or apartment in the Orlando area? You can sign up to be a host through Airbnb.

Donate Items

Do you have new or gently used items that you could donate? These items will go into the new homes for incoming refugees. Gift cards are great too! Gift cards go a long way in giving families the freedom and choice to purchase specific items that meet their needs and requirements.

Sponsorship and Other Volunteer Opportunities

Do you have the time to commit to an individual or a family to guide them through resettlement into our community? Please reach out to (321) 588-3509 ext. 24671 for more information.

Comprehensive Refugee Services

Comprehensive Refugee Services provides care and compassion to eligible refugees living in Orange, Osceola and Seminole Counties through programs designed to help them integrate into the community and achieve self-sufficiency.

Federal law determines eligibility for Comprehensive Refugee Services’ programs. The following category of immigrants are eligible:

  • Refugees who are forced to flee their home country and are granted status before they arrive in the United States.
  • Cuban/Haitian entrants who enter the United States due to humanitarian reasons.
  • Asylees who came to the United States seeking asylum protection and have been granted asylum by immigration asylum officers or by immigration judges.
  • Afghan and Iraqi Special Immigrants (SIV) who worked with the United States military helping with translation, interpretation, and other skills and who were granted special immigrant status.
  • Certified Victims of Human Trafficking (VOT) who are foreign born victims of labor or sex trafficking in the United States.

We shall always insist upon giving a generous welcome to others which is at once a duty of human solidarity and Christian charity.


English as a Second Language (ESL) is a free, 8-week English language learning program for adults with limited English skills. The classes are designed to help students learn how to read, write, speak, and comprehend in English. Students wishing to enroll in the ESL program are required to take the CASAS (Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment Systems) placement test.

Vocational Education is a free program for adults 18 years and older who have acquired the English skills necessary to begin a technical training program. Its purpose is to assist clients in meeting their educational and career goals. Clients can continue their education through training offered by Florida Career College.

Case Management

Case Management helps new-comers with referrals and follow-ups to Adult Education, Legal Services, Youth and Family Services, and Employment Services (clients must have an Employment Authorization Document). Case management also refers clients to partners including: the Florida Department of Children and Families, the health departments in our tri-county zone, and 4C/childcare services.

Employment Services

The employment services team helps clients get suitable employment based on their skills, education, transportation, and language and mediates between employers and employees. Clients are also provided with employability preparation such as job interviews and practice, mock applications, resumes, and translation services. Job coaching is also available to help them complete necessary paperwork—including assisting both the employee and employer with the I-9 form.

Youth Services

The Refugee Youth Program aids in addressing the educational, language, and employment needs of vulnerable refugee/entrant youth who may be at risk of dropping out of high school, not meeting high school graduation requirements, or need alternatives to a traditional high school education, with an overall goal of employment and integration.

The program provides guidance and assistance in accessing community and school resources to support the academic and career goals of refugee youth at risk during the first years of living in the United States.

“For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, a stranger and you welcomed me, naked and you clothed me, ill and you cared for me, in prison and you visited me.”

- Matthew 25:35-36

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