A HOME OF HOPE - AND - A SCHOOL WITH VISION

In March of 2013, Project Orphans partnered with a local organization in Uganda, just an hour out of the city of Kampala. In July 2013, we broke ground - building our first home in Uganda. To date - the kids are no longer kids; but teenagers with dreams to go back into their village and make a difference. It's a humbling experience being able to be part of these kids story and see them grow into men and women that are equipped to change the world.

In May of 2016, we realized that there was an overwhelming need for a school in the village outside the children's home. Project Orphans took a leap of faith and decided to support a project to open a school for children outside the children's home in Uganda. This opportunity opened our eyes to the endless amounts of children, across the country, dreaming of receiving a quality education. 

The project along with Sophia's Story opened our hearts and deepened the desire to provide open doors of education to kids throughout Uganda. That's when our Education For Uganda program was birthed!

 

A Place of Refuge

In November of 2014, Project Orphans partnered with a local organization in Fortaleza, Brazil! Our local partner provides care for children who have suffered neglect, violence and abandonment. They seek to restore physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual health. We broke ground - building a boys home that will serve as a place of refuge for these children and teens who have been sexually exploited or left on the streets to fend for themselves.

In September 2015, we began to work on necessary documentation to build the home in Fortaleza. Permits have been approved and the home is scheduled to open in December of 2016. We look forward to the day where this home will shelter these boys hearts and minds -- allowing them the opportunity to heal and be the men they were created to be.

We are pumped to have opened the Project Orphans Fortaleza, Brazil Boy's Home in December 2016. Hip Hip Hooray!

** Partner Organizations are not listed for the privacy and protection of our children living in the Project Orphans homes. Please connect with us for more information. 

A Safe Haven

Project Orphans established a deep partnership with an established ministry partner in eastern Guatemala to build homes of hope for orphans in need. This ministry partner is devoted to transforming the lives of Guatemalans by bringing hope to the hopeless through orphan care, elderly care, rescuing the sick, feeding the hungry and much more.

Through fundraising and the Project Orphans Child Sponsorship program we are working to help families who have partnered with us in Guatemala expand Safe Haven Village - which is dedicated to providing family style orphan care. In September 2014, Project Orphans opened the door to our first home in Guatemala. In July, 2015, we opened our second children's home in Guatemala! We are thankful to serve these loving children and consider them to be part of our Project Orphans family. 

There are more homes that can be built in the Safe Haven Village. These homes will each consist of house parents along with up to 8 - 10 orphans that will be loved, encouraged and nurtured. Our hope is not only to take orphans off the streets, but to also be able to reach out and bring hope to the surrounding community through missionaries and support teams. In order to do this, we need your help. With your support we can work together to continue to provide hope for orphans. Each home costs approximately $30,000. To sponsor a Project Orphans Guatemala Home please email us at admin@ProjectOrphans.org

** Partner Organizations are not listed for the privacy and protection of our children living in the Project Orphans homes. Please connect with us for more information. 

Project Haiti

WAHOO!! THIS PROJECT HAS BEEN FULLY FUNDED.

It is estimated that 78% of Haitians live on less than $2 per day. 60% of Haitians live on less than $1 per day. An estimated 357,785 Haitians still live in 496 tent camps, according to a recent report by The New York Times. Over 188,383 houses were badly damaged and 105,000 were destroyed by the earthquake (293,383 in total), 1.55 million people became homeless. It is estimated that 220,000 people lost their lives as a result of the 1/12/10 Haitian earthquake.

There are over 600,000 children without parents in Haiti. Despite these staggering numbers, we believe there is a plan to give every child a hope and a future. 

Project Orphans partnered with Kize Concepts & With All My Heart Foundation to help build 12 orphaned children a home in Haiti! The home not only serves as a place of shelter but gives the children the ability to go after their dreams and get the most out of life! We are excited to announce that the kids moved in July 2016.