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A group of impoverished, unemployed and mainly HIV positive Zambian widows are facing the orphan challenge and producing hand crafted jewelry with paper beads. People that care buy and sell this unique hand crafted jewelry and all net profits from ‘Hope Art’ are invested in the Zambia Project that provides shelter, food, education and healthcare to children and women in need. Your purchase will make a difference in the lives of many impoverished children and women.

Please also consider selling Hope Art. You can either buy the items and then sell them, or we can give the items to you and you pay for them once they are sold. We have provided you with tools that you can download and use as part of your display when promoting and selling Hope Art. 

  1. Hope Art Poster #1.pdf

  2. Hope Art Poster #2.pdf

Please tell your friends about these wonderful gift ideas and get involved by contacting us on email: Your participation will fill many hearts with hope.


Please peruse the catalogue, complete the order form and email to If you are a shop, we’ll send you a whole sale price list. You can also order directly from our store.

Please feel free to request a special design. We can design your corporate gifts in your corporate colors and design unique wedding gifts.


Raising funds for the Zambia Project. Investing 100% of our net profits in the Zambia Project allows for long-term sustainable care for the orphans and vulnerable women in Western Zambia.

Providing income through entrepreneurial development. This is a sustainable approach to poverty eradication where Zambians build their skills and long-term capacities through meaningful creative work.


God has given us here at the Zambia Project a huge burden for the growing number of orphans in Western Zambia. Through His prompting and guidance we launched Hope Art in July 2009 as a project to encourage the local people to embrace the orphan situation.


Hope Art takes its responsibility for management and financial accountability seriously. The project is founded and directed by Marinette van Coller, a South African, based in Mongu, Western Zambia. Andrew Graetz, Financial Officer, is based in Cape Town, South Africa.


Each bead is carefully rolled with meticulous diligence to create beautiful unique artwork. The process of rolling, dipping in varnish and drying requires patience and teamwork. The lives of these women have changed dramatically through a sense of self-worth and purpose. Many orphans are now being care for and their extended families uplifted, thereby benefiting the community as a whole.

We want to extend our heartfelt gratitude to each person who has supported this initiative and trust that the Lord will continue His favor toward Hope Art and the Village of Hope for orphans.

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