Our Hope Bunker projects in Costa Rica have been creating safe and secure environments for children for many years. Through both education and nutritional support, these initiatives help to display the practical love of Jesus to the community. We have seen so many lives transformed by the work of Hope Bunkers, and it’s not just… Read more »
A Safe Place to Grow
Twelve-year-old Daniil grew up in a broken home where it was difficult to make ends meet. His father left before he was born, and although his mom worked whatever jobs she could find to provide for Daniil and his sister, there were many days when they went without. Their home was in terrible disrepair, lacking water… Read more »
The war in Ukraine may have slipped further down the running order of our news channels or been relegated to the inside pages of the newspaper, but it is far from over. Not only does the fighting continue, but the effects of this conflict will be felt across Europe and beyond for some considerable time… Read more »
Overcoming the Dark
Finding Hope in Education Hibah is a twenty-nine-year-old Syrian refugee and a mother of two girls, Sabi and Rukan. She escaped the scenes of bombing, war and violence and came to settle in South of Lebanon seeking refuge and safety. “When we reached South Lebanon, we lived in primitive conditions in informal tented… Read more »
The Power of One
The Power of One We have seen so many images and heard stories about the refugee crisis in Ukraine. Millions of people have fled the fighting and have headed to the borders. Often in times of adversity we see the beauty of community rise up. This Roma community in Ukraine display the light of Christ… Read more »
A COVID Journey Through Latin America
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.”⠀
Hope in the midst of uncertainty
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 »
Kolya overcomes hunger in Ukraine
After losing his father unexpectedly, Kolya and his mother struggled to make ends meet. Thanks to the Orphan’s Promise SEED program in his community, today this family is thriving and creating a brighter future!
Creating Opportunities In The Midst Of Uncertainty
The Cuz-Valenzuela family was struggling after COVID lockdown impacted their finances, but we were able to jump in and provide assistance!
serving hope to children in Haiti
Orphan’s Promise is providing more than 1,200 meals five days a week to children attending school in Cap Haitien, Haiti.
nothing to satisfy Arely’s hunger
For Arelys, there was no way to make her dreams a reality. Her father had been unemployed for months, and her mother was up before dawn every day to make bread. She would then sell the bread to make just enough money to buy food for one simple meal.
serving hope in the slums of Yangon
Tim Daniell serves as the Project Manager for all Orphan’s Promise projects in Asia and the Pacific region. He is also heavily involved in directing our Keeping Families Together (KFT) initiative, which aims to equip families with the necessary tools and support to stay together, eliminating the orphan crisis in the process. Through our KFT and… Read more »
food for the children of Cabagra
Cabagra is an indigenous region in the south of Costa Rica. The natural beauty of the land is surpassed only by the Costa Rican people. The people of Cabagra are farmers, raising crops of corn, coffee and sugar cane, but the nation lacks the infrastructure to export these goods, resulting in wasted crops and wide-spread… Read more »