All around the world children awake to new possibilities.
We believe that when people are equipped to care for their most vulnerable, entire communities are lifted. We are actively partnering with community leaders and families in over 20 countries across the globe to lift the burden of extreme poverty.
We are grateful to be invited into the communities we serve and we partner with local leaders on transformative solutions, which can be sustained by the communities themselves.
We Are Child Focused
We Are Child Focused
We believe that when a community is equipped to care for its most vulnerable members, everyone is served and poverty is eliminated. That’s why we seek to develop communities by focusing on children. The ultimate indicator that families, churches and leaders are doing this well is witnessed in the wellbeing of their children. When we equip communities with the tools and resources they need to care for their own children, we empower them to invest in their own development.
We believe in fighting against extreme poverty in the world’s most vulnerable communities, which is why we choose to go to the hard places. We intentionally seek out communities that are geographically difficult to reach, lack adequate infrastructure for community development, and suffer from harsh climates, war, natural disasters, disease and violence. We courageously seek out the overlooked and advocate for the underserved. We’re called to go farther. We’re called to the hard places.
We’re proud of the communities we enter, but more than that, we’re proud of the ones we exit. These are the communities where extreme poverty no longer has a seat at the table. They’re now self-sustainable and living out God’s purpose for their lives. They’ve worked hard to achieve their goals and we’re thrilled to have played our part. We celebrate with them and then we intentionally seek out the next community suffering under the heavy weight of poverty.
News, stories and perspectives about our work to end poverty in the hardest places across the globe.
When we think of poverty, physical problems usually come to mind. We think of the lack of food, housing, work and money. These are all issues that stem back to the broken relationship between mankind and God’s Creation, ...