International

International

Heifer Project International:   a non-profit organization, goes where invited and by working with partner organizations, they help the community and people within grow and be self-reliant for food and income. HPI trains the people in animal management, environmentally-sound farming and community development. The receivers will pass along offspring to another family in need so they will also share the benefits of HPI’s animals.  The church school has been partnering with World Service to help raise funds for the purchase of animals for those in need.

newspaper

HELO Haiti: Helo Haiti is a nonprofit corporation whose mission is to provide home education, love and opportunity to orphaned and abandoned children in Haiti.  They provide a loving home, proper nutrition and education so their children leave HELO literate and with a trade to sustain themselves.  They have three homes, a school, and support fifty children.

Water that won't make me sick

 

World Vision Child Sponsorship:  World Vision is a Christian Humanitarian Organization dedicated to working with children, families and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.  Millions of children around the world need help to break the never ending cycle of poverty. Hunger weakens them. Unsafe drinking water makes them sick. Missing out on an education keeps them from reaching their potential. As a sponsor, we will help provide a child with sustainable access to appropriate life-changing basics like nutritious food, clean water, healthcare and education.

 

YMCA World Service:  Founded in 1889, this organization raises awareness of an financial support for the powerful work of the global YMCA movement. It helps to deliver the life-changing programs that help people thrive and reach their full potential. Often operating in difficult social and economic conditions, YMCA World Service empowers people with knowledge, life skills, values and resources to create a better future for themselves and their families.

 

 

Comments are closed.