Our permanent projects provide: technological access through our computer training centres and school distribution program; support for education by getting resources to those in need; and provide financial access through the Kingdom Community Fund.
Our non-permanent projects provide health awareness to the local community through training and medical outreach programs.
All of our programs are deeply dependent on volunteer support for management. We are open to (and encourage) volunteers to run their own programs based on their own skills and knowledge. In the past, volunteers have run summer sports programs for youth and week-long health outreach seminars.
HINT also partners with other non-profit organizations in the area and can find placements for volunteers with these partners (such as teaching English or working in an orphanage).
As mentioned, HINT also encourages volunteers to design their own projects.