Somewhere in the world tonight, a boy will cry for a mother who is not there. A girl will long for the embrace of a father to keep her safe. This girl is still waiting.
In fact, there are more than 153 million orphan kids in the world who are waiting just like this girl. Most of these kids will go to bed tonight lonely, hungry and hopeless.
The sad reality is this… every 18 seconds a child becomes an orphan.
Here is a remarkably simple yet extremely challenging solution….Steven Curtis Chapman stated: “If only 7% of the 2 billion Christians each cared for 1 orphan, the orphan crisis would be ended.”
That is my challenge to you. Join with Restore a Child and the 7% Club.
he Chronicles of Philanthropy
“GIVING TO FAITH-BASED NONPROFITS LIKELY TO HOLD STEADY OR INCREASE, SURVEY SAYS.”
This is encouraging news in light of recent reports that show people are giving less to charities as they grapple with the economic uncertainty caused by the pandemic. If the trend continues, one survey found, nonprofits could lose $25 billion in revenue by year’s end….”
We thank God, trust is still strong in Restore a Child, a faith-based nonprofit.
We believe “Every child has the right to grow up in a safe and inclusive environment… We save children, defend their rights and provide a vital lifeline.”
We never give up.
100% of your tax deductible donations go to the children!
Pandemic Impact on Africa…
“The worst pandemic in the history of the world…”
South Sudan, the most fragile nation with the worse health system in the world.
Masaai isolated people lack the basics of life for survival.
Restore a Child has spent more than $100,000 on the following COVID-19 services for almost 10,000 people.
Remote Home Learning
“Love your neighbor as yourself.” Jesus was asked “who is my neighbor?” He told the story of the Good Samaritan. Again when EGW was asked “who is my neighbor?” She answered: anyone who needs our help is our neighbor.
Yes, the people in the most remote villages and refugee camps in Africa are “our neighbors”. And we love our neighbors.
We appreciate all of the donors who make our projects possible. Thank you!