To stop the cycle of poverty by educating the families' children. We do this on a volunteer basis so no one is paid in our organization.
We started work in 1995 in rural villages in India. We added Ghana in 2003 and the Dominican Republic in 2006. This year we have added Nepal after the deadly earthquake.
What We Do
We now employ 29 people at project sites, including doctors, nurses, teachers, cooks, and social workers. We develop our programs personally, in conjunction with community leaders, and oversee them in person. Weâ€™re excited by the growth of our ongoing programs and by our ability to add new programs to our purpose of supporting those in terrible need.