Humanitarian aid provisions for families, children and the marginalized in impoverished circumstances.
Aid includes, but is not limited to:
School lunches & supplies
Baby & medical supplies
Livestock for ongoing meal sustainability
Clothing & household items
Home construction – labor and supplies
Wood for heating homes with wood-burning stoves
If you give a man a fish, he is fed for a day. If you teach him to fish, he will have food for life. We believe in the power of education to change the trajectory of lives.
Our teams provide vocational/job training and practical home skills to enable self-sufficiency.
Living in poverty generally means that kids take on adult responsibilities at young ages. Living in lack means that fun is not on the menu. Play and joy are essential to a child’s healthy growth and development.
For this reason, we offer the opportunity for children to step away from their daily conditions and let them be kids in our seasonal kids camps and workshops, where they can enjoy the simple pleasures of cotton candy, popcorn, games, bounce houses and all the things that let them be who they are.
Change begins inside. We feed the body, but we must also feed the spirit in order to address the whole person. We share the good news of the Gospel. The same Gospel that gave us new life, we share to bring that new life to all walks of life.
The Gospel brings creates opportunities, reclaims dreams, and offers hope with lasting impact that begins now and continues into tomorrow’s generation.
Our support base is dependent upon ongoing awareness campaigns that shed light to the dire circumstances of the poverty stricken and marginalized.
Lasting support is powered by our commitment to build our supporter’s trust through full visibility into the impact of our work. Social media is a key vehicle that brings our supporters alongside us into the heart of the need, the work being done, and the progress being made.