Volunteers With A Purpose

The Hotes Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that does not accept donations. We are a group of volunteers working to end poverty in our lifetime. To accomplish this monumental task, we seek to transform the aid system by inciting all those who wish to help others to stop donating money, to instead go themselves, and give aid to the poorest of the poor, directly with their own hands, in areas in need around the world.

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Hotes Foundation Volunteers Bring the Joy of Christmas to Haiti!

This Christmas, Hotes Foundation volunteers purchased and hand-delivered hundreds of presents to all of the children in Lake Azuei Village, Haiti! Watch the joy of Christmas being brought to the...

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Annual Save a Girl, Save a World Retreat

Richard Hotes Delivers Keynote Speech for Annual Save a Girl, Save a World retreat. On Saturday November 12th, Richard Hotes and Hotes Foundation volunteers joined Save a Girl, Save a World...

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Thanksgiving 2016 With A Haitian Creole Kick!

Happy Thanksgiving from Haiti! Last week, Lake Azuie villagers celebrated Thanksgiving in Haitian style! Over 600 people attended this year’s festivities, which included great food, live music, and a night...

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Giving Blessings This Thanksgiving

"It’s about being thankful" and giving blessings. The Hotes Foundation continued the tradition of personally delivering 300 complete Thanksgiving meals to the YWCA Seattle, an organization focused on eliminating racism...

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It’s Harvest Season In Haiti!

Zilia Gallete and her team of Haitian volunteers picked more than 75 lb of eggplant at this week’s harvest! Built and maintained by Hotes Foundation volunteers and Haitian staff, the...

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Thanks, Prayers, and All-Terrain Track Chairs for Veteran’s Day!

Thanks, prayers, and all-terrain Track Chairs are items Richard Hotes brought to the home of retired U.S. Air Force Sgt. Larry ‘Coop’ Cooper. Coop was 19 years old when a Huey...

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