“We connected to the concept of Global Sisterhood right away as HOPE B~LIT is all about embedding human values in our everyday lives. The first Value is LOVE, which is based in the knowing of HOW we are ALL ONE big connected family worldwide. What impacts one will surely affect the other so the sooner we raise each other collaboratively rather than compete and eradicate mutual growth, the BETTER of a world we will ALL be living in. A more hopeful, a more loving, a global family: we are so in tune with the GLOBAL SISTERHOOD and its vision of collaborative efforts leading to the good of all globally.”
Rohini Hak aka Ruhi, Founder
Hope B~LIT, is a 501 (c) non-profit organization based in Los Angeles. We started in 2008 under Bayfield Foundation, Southern California, USA. Our organization aims to provide a comprehensive platform for children to nourish their inherent human values via value-based workshops, and further improve their quality of life via healthcare camps and awareness on prevalent issues faced by them around the world. HOPE B~Lit provides values-based education, oral care, & true heartfelt stories via films on children’s issues.
The Global Sisterhood Charity Partnership Story
Ruhi met Dr. Shellie at one of her Global Sisterhood and Inspiring Lives gatherings in LA. It was in celebration of the issue featuring Hollywood actress and disability advocate Eileen Grubba. Ruhi’s movie that features children in their fight against cancer was featured in an issue of Inspiring Lives Magazine and the Global Sisterhood continues to support the Hope B~Lit movement a 501(c)(3) organization.