SPOTLIGHT ON UKRAINE

100% OF GIFTS DONATED ARE BEING MOBILIZED TO ASSIST OUR PARTNER CHILDREN’S HOMES IN UKRAINE.

We currently support five partner homes in Ukraine, and four of the homes have had to evacuate the staff and children in recent days. Our organization has created a special Ukrainian Crisis fund to provide ongoing and tangible relief efforts to our partners in the field and the children they serve. Our team has been working hard to build a coalition on the ground in Ukraine, Poland, and Germany to move supplies, evacuate women and children, and ensure funds are received directly by our Ukrainian partners on the ground. We believe the majority of these funds will be needed in the next 3-6 months and through next year to help our homes repair or possibly rebuild a new permanent home. We realize the recovery efforts will take a lot of resources in the weeks, months, and years ahead. Follow our Social Media and join our email list for more information as it becomes available. Thank you for standing with our Ukrainian partners at this time!

OUR MISSION

Although family is the ideal solution to the orphan crisis, we understand that it’s not an immediate option for most children globally. In fact, it is estimated that around one percent of children without forever families will be eligible for adoption in the coming year. That’s why we believe our place in the ever-evolving landscape of orphan care is to support orphanages and children’s homes, because they are often the only option for orphaned children.

We identify struggling children’s homes around the world with a lot of potential. We come alongside them with the initial resources to keep their doors open. We assist in training opportunities and ongoing funding necessary to  raise their quality of care, and we provide the means for our partner homes to move beyond mere survival and to pursue self-sustainability.

BLOGS AND VIDEOS

Miracles at Work in War Torn Ukraine
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Honoring Rev. W.C. Ratchford – James 1:27 Award
  In May of 2021, the leadership of Serving Orphans Worldwide along with General Overseer of Church of God (Cleveland,
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The Good that Occurs When We Work in Unity
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Tackling the Great Debate: Are All Orphanages Universally Bad and is there a Better Way?
Often, when we think about orphan care, we think about working with children whose biological parents have both passed away.
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