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.


The Plight of Orphaned Children with Disabilities in Kenya: Advocating for Loving and Caring Children’s Homes
In Kenya, orphaned children with disabilities face numerous challenges that make their situation even more vulnerable. The plight of orphaned children
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What does the Bible say about Orphan Care?
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SOW launches new service within our transition program
A few years ago because of the research efforts of one of our Board Members, Dr. Julie Martinez, SOW began to address
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Iraono Nifaeri Children’s Home: Answering the call to Indonesia’s Orphan Crisis
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