Every child should and can have a family. The basis of our work is to have families within their culture adopt and foster them. When stable we release the work to the local church.
Established in 1996, we have worked on three continents with the indigenous church to meet the needs of orphans and abandoned children through education, rescue, care and placement into families.
Where We Work
What We Do
Orphaned and abandoned infants have safe and secure child welfare options through our temporary crisis care homes like House of Moses and the Bill and Bette Bryant Crisis Nursery. The mission of each temporary home is to provide crisis care to children until it is possible to safely reintegrate them with extended family or place them into foster or adoptive homes. The two homes combined have a total capacity of 60 children. Over the past 15 years, hundreds of children have been rescued and placed into a home and family of their own.