Come, see how Orphan’s Promise partners are continuing to serve as the hands and feet of the Father’s love. Come, listen to their words and be encouraged.
Hear their stories and praise God for His goodness, even in these dark days. It is thanks to partners like YOU that we’re able to keep showing up and sharing tangible expressions of love during these difficult times. Love that looks like food, care packages, and basic necessities. Love that looks like giving to help someone in need, even when your own future feels uncertain.
Love that says, “I care, and I’m here. We’re doing this together.”⠀
Why Now? Because it’s time to show the world where we stand It’s been nearly 2 months since the world began to feel the large-scale impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our work has not stopped during this season, however, we have had to pivot in significant ways to continue providing hope to the children and… Read more »
“My grandmother treated me like a slave,” Emily says. “She drank a lot and screamed at me. I couldn’t work on my studies at all. She said my parents never sent her any money, so I had to pay her back for feeding me. She said I couldn’t go to school anymore, and that made me sad.” Emily uses her purple t-shirt to rub the tears out of her eyes.
Vitaliy is sixteen-years-old. He is from a Roma family in Ukraine, where he faces social stigma and widespread poverty. Unlike most of his community, Vitaliy’s parents knew the importance of their son getting an education. They just did not have the finances to make it possible. They struggled to make ends meet and keep food on the table. They knew their son’s potential was being stunted.
Elen was five-years-old when she hugged her dad, kissed him on the cheek, and watched him walk out the door. She didn’t realize it was for the very last time. He was not coming back. She felt lost until finding hope at an Orphan’s Promise training center.
Samson is a young boy living in an at-risk situation in Nairobi, due to his family’s poverty. Thanks to Orphan’s Promise and Missions of Hope, he and his family are finding success despite their difficult surroundings
Ahmad is a young Syrian boy whose family was forced to flee home due to violence in their country. They settled in Jordan, but are very poor and struggle to survive. Ahmad began attending a local OP education project and his life began to change.
A woman from the Bronx, NY who is raising her young son and her grandson, but struggled to provide for them. A local outreach supported by Orphan’s Promise has provided the boys, and their Grandmother with hope and a special Christmas.
against stacked odds Jamal is a 2nd grade student at a Missions of Hope International (MOHI) Center, an incredible outreach supported by Orphan’s Promise in Korogocho, Kenya. He joined the center in 2014 at the Nursery level and has been consistent in school attendance despite some difficult family challenges that caused him to repeat a… Read more »