“FOR IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE”
Star of Hope introduces Spanish only website
ELLINWOOD, Kan. -- Star of Hope announces the launch of its Spanish language website, Estrella de Esperanza, (https://www.starofhope.es/). The website is live now, featuring unique content sharing the mission and opportunities of the organization.
“Star of Hope understands with 41 million native speakers and 12 million bilinguals, the United States is the 2nd largest Spanish-speaking country in the world. It is already ahead of Colombia and Spain, and just behind Mexico. “We want to tell our story and our successes to the Spanish-speaking community in the United States and in the world.” Says Mark Presson, CEO Star of Hope.
Founded in 1966, Star of Hope believes that every child should be valued equally, regardless of their social, economic, ethnic, or religious background. Furthermore, they believe every child born rightfully deserves to be educated, nurtured and their health needs met. The organization reaches out to children experiencing poverty on the ground, where they live. It provides a bridge for evangelism and discipleship in partnership with local churches and organizations in the United States, Sweden, and Norway. Through these, it helps more than 30,000 children in 12 countries throughout the world.