We believe lack of money should never be the reason a child doesn't have a family.
Orphans are among the most vulnerable. God calls us to care for these children who are close to His heart.
The cost of adoption is the number one reason families who want to adopt don’t. You can help Christian families overcome financial barriers with simple fundraising solutions.
Provide holistic, Gospel-centered daily care, education, and discipleship to vulnerable children in developing countries, continuing to love and support them as they transition into adult living.
Help create financial solutions for adoptive families by starting a no-cost, personalized adoption fund at your church. You can also engage in global orphan care projects through mission teams and sponsorship.
Welcomed as sons and daughters through adoption
children & individuals in vulnerable families reached with Gospel-centered care
churches partnered to help families and orphans globally
With the current conflict in Ukraine, our staff and their families, children from transition homes, and anyone else possible are sheltering in a secure location. But their needs—and the needs of those in the community surrounding them—are great.
Will you give today to send critical support to children and families in Ukraine?
After nearly two years of shutdowns and cancelations due to the pandemic, restrictions in Cambodia are easing. And things are returning to normal. Our teammate and Program Director in Cambodia, Lisa, was recently able to return for a long-awaited visit. …Read More
Guest post by Amanda Baird from More Than Enough A few years ago, I listened to an audiobook with one of my foster children. As the narrator described how a little boy’s aunt and uncle were treating him terribly, my …Read More
Jim and Elizabeth always knew they would adopt. They just didn’t know when or how. Together as a newly married couple from Somerset County, New Jersey, they had both worked in organizations through legal and charity work that opened their …Read More
From Not Enough… The words “not enough” are heard every day inside of our nation’s foster care system… Not enough resources. Not enough support. Not enough families. Thankfully, churches, organizations, and advocates like you are working tirelessly to serve children …Read More