We believe lack of money should never be the reason a child doesn't have a family.
Orphans are among the most vulnerable. God calls us to care for these children who are close to His heart.
The cost of adoption is the number one reason families who want to adopt don’t. You can help Christian families overcome financial barriers with simple fundraising solutions.
Provide holistic, Christ-centered daily care, education, and discipleship to vulnerable children in developing countries, continuing to love and support them as they transition into adult living.
Help create financial solutions for adoptive families by starting a no-cost, personalized adoption fund at your church. You can also engage in global orphan care projects through mission teams and sponsorship.
Welcomed as sons and daughters through adoption
Children discipled and supported through global orphan care ministries
churches partnered to help families and orphans globally
Children all over the world are waiting for a family, lack the protection of a family, or are at risk of being separated from their families. And most of these children don’t know the joy and purpose that comes from being in God’s family.
While this reality is devastating, it only takes one caring person to help one child in need. Your support can reach orphaned and vulnerable children with Gospel-centered care.
Will you send Gospel-centered care where it’s needed most?
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