Project HOPE: Gendetesfa, Ethiopia
Eradicating leprosy, one family at a time.
Gendetesfa, right outside of Dire Dawa, is a village on the border of the Ethiopian desert imprisoned by poverty and plagued by leprosy. Cornerstone started a medical clinic in the village in 2013. Since then, the Project HOPE Clinic has hosted over 11,000 patient visits and improved the quality of life in Gendetesfa.
Visit Project Hope’s website, www.projecthope.ag, to learn more about the needs in Gendetesfa and how you can contribute to the work of the clinic. Cornerstone also offers periodic short term missions opportunities to serve in Gendestesfa.
Cornerstone Revitalization Center
Helping individuals achieve livable communities and sustainable lives
Chesterfield’s northern Route 1 corridor has one of the highest concentrations of poverty in greater Richmond. Over a decade ago, Cornerstone members began ministry there, bringing the hope of Jesus and caring for the residents of this community. Along the way, crime went down, needs were met, and real change began to happen. Soon, church members formed Cornerstone Revitalization Center, a non-profit organization, to focus on this ministry.
CRC works to achieve individual, family, and community restoration in the communities it serves. Visit CRC’s website, crc-richmond.org, to learn more about what CRC does and how you can get involved in life-changing outreach.