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Child Welfare

Orchid desires to serve about two thousand children across four continents. We say “desire” because we can’t accomplish this goal fully without You. Although that number is small in comparison with other child welfare non-profits it fits with our goal of effecting miraculous transformation even with small steps where sponsor and community walk together into a deeper relationship with each other. Orchid cares deeply for the entire world’s impoverished children and is doing it’s part to support little angels who without us would be passed over. Take a look at these amazing missions who are transforming young lives every day who without You would be left unaccounted for.

Media Voices for Children: No organization better embodies the fight for children’s rights especially when it comes to child labor. MVC is recognized by the US department of labor as a leader in child advocacy. By forging a link with MVC you take children out of slave labor and put them back in the arms of a loving world.

Huruma Children’s Home: Huruma has been transforming lives of abused children since Mama Zipporah first opened the doors of her home to two abandoned babies more than ten years ago. Now her door is open to over 140 children just asking for the right to exist so they can be the gift to the world they were intended to be.

Mujerer Del Rio: Working to salvage the lives of children who have been relocated to a massive slum in Bogota Colombia so they can escape the fear and bloodshed of the war between the FARC and the paramilitary the women of the river reshape these young lives so they can one day improve society instead of being a burden on it.

Stars of India: Rescuing children caught in a caste system that leads only to social imprisonment is one of many objectives the Stars of India have undertaken as part of their mission. This husband and wife team have made it their life work to prove that we are all equal in the eyes of our creator and loved as the treasures they are.

Path of the Heart: When Path of the Heart Peru was first conceived the founders built and developed a soup kitchen that operates five days a week and provides a free hot lunch to 100 children of the mountains every day. Their ongoing operations include a yearly hot chocolate and Christmas gift program for 4000 children every year and providing solar reading lights to villages without electricity so the kids can increase their study time. And that’s not the half of it.