What they do: Take in abandoned children and provide shelter, meals, and education. They also extend their childcare and education programs to mid -to-lower income families in the area who are not able to afford sending their children elsewhere.
What they do: Aim to solve homelessness with their unique, 700-day program aimed not only to provide a roof over someone’s head but to completely break the cycle and patterns that caused the individual or family to become homeless to begin with.
What they do: Rescue orphaned and abandoned children in Uganda by placing them in one of three Watoto Villages. Each village contains a school, medical clinic, church, playground, housing and one mother per every eight children. Watoto commits to meeting the child’s every need until the time they complete their education including vocational school or university.
What they do: They are dedicated to combat human trafficking through education/awareness and by providing a residential, holistic healing program for survivors of human trafficking. Their
program includes comprehensive wrap-around services including physical, mental, emotional and spiritual healing as well as life-skill training.