Sponsor a child or an orphan and change communities in poverty.
Kavya’s father passed away in 2006 when she was only 6 years old. Her mother had a hard time providing for her needs and sent her to live with her grandfather.
Some time later Kavya met one our partnering pastors in India. Through generous support from donors like you, Kayva was able to continue her education and rise to be the top of her class.
Our vision is to break the cycle of generational poverty one child and family at a time.
Three ways you can help
Sponsor a Child
As a sponsor, you are a key member of this team! While you may not be physically in Rwanda or India, your presence there is felt and real. Your involvement makes it possible for our local partners to do the daily, on-the-ground, personal work of sharing God’s love and providing holistic care to each and every sponsored child. Through your monthly gift of $55, precious lives are being forever transformed for generations to come.
Help to change their future
Your ongoing or one-time donation goes to support orphans and widows through our pooled sponsorship programs providing:
and much more!
Go on Mission
By going on yearly mission trips, working closely with our international partners, and through your generous support, entire communities once rundown by poverty are being transformed!
Our Work in India
We are currently partnering with two orphanages in India which are serving over 100 orphans and widows daily. Through providing access to food, clean water, education, and sharing the gospel, lives are being transformed each day.
Our Work in Rwanda
Over the years our mission has expanded from India to Rwanda, Africa where we have seen lives changed through providing access to clean water, food, resources, and child sponsorship.
In 2006, our Founder TJ Saling Caldwell went on a mission trip to India with her local church. TJ witnessed the extreme poverty that orphaned children and widows were enduring and returned to the states with a burden on her heart to do more. Through this mission trip, TJ developed beautiful relationships with two local pastors, which blossomed into a strong partnership that has continued to deepen and grow over the last decade.
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