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Jengo’s Story – Hope For Tomorrow

Meet Terenet. This is the beginning of his story, not the end. We stay connected to families we serve through the feeding programs across the regions we support. Over the years we watch the children who would most likely have died if it weren't for generous donations and people who refuse to do nothing. Now we see them not only surviving but thriving, growing, learning, and helping others. While visiting a new family in the feeding program in a very remote part of East Africa we came across a severely malnourished boy who also was a cripple - simply sitting on his mat. What happened after that is inspiring. This video highlights exactly what happens when we see a need.

Abject Poverty

Abject Poverty The most helpless level of poverty For those of you who have never experienced abject poverty, spend a moment thinking about those who have starved since birth. There is no emptiness that comes close. Every organ in the body suffers, craving sustenance. Sustenance starving children and their families cannot afford. It’s because of this grim reality that our mission of helping the helpless is paramount. And it’s impossible without your help.

2017 Annual Report

2017 was a year blessed by God and you. You literally came to the rescue of people you have never met. You selflessly stepped out and became their hero... the difference between life and death for many of them and an answer to many desperate prayers. They may never have the privilege of knowing you, but we do, and we THANK YOU for being that life-giving answer for them. Below is a list of what you helped make possible this past year...

Help Make Her Someday Start Today

You can help make her SOMEDAY start today. There are more than 244,000 American children at risk of being trafficked each year. These are not children in a far-off land, but children from our own backyard. Our Refuge home in the U.S. has had the unique privilege of serving these girls caught in the horrors of trafficking. Some are children and some are adults that have been trafficked for many years.
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