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GIVE BACK

We have a heart for helping mamas keep and care for their children, so we invest and support in the following programs because we believe (and have personally seen) they are changing lives. Thank you for your purchase, YOU are changing lives. 

Starfish Program:

HAITI: The Starfish program in Haiti exists to keep families together. The program’s ultimate goal is to equip mothers who are at-risk of relinquishing their children to orphanages.  Because they live in such extreme poverty, they are unable to meet their children’s most basic needs. Through this program, we focus on housing, education, employment & spiritual transformation.

GVCM

HAITI: We have a special obligation to care for those who can’t care for themselves. This includes children brimming with potential who need opportunities, such as education. This also includes children who are abandoned, orphaned, or disabled. These kids are also created in God’s image and deserve our attention.

By investing in the next generation of Haitians, we can bring incremental improvement to everyone. As we pour into the lives of the children through educational, relational, and spiritual ways, we are raising a generation that will impact their communities for Christ. 

MIDDLE GROUND

HAITI: Middle Ground fights for families because we know that each family has been created by God, and it is when they are together that all of their unique pieces and talents work the best. Poverty is not a reason to separate a child from their parent, so we work hard to keep families intact and give them the tools that they need to be the very best that they can be - together!

In order to best support the families that we work with,  we focus on three specific programs - malnutrition treatment, caregiver education, and ongoing sustainability - providing a holistic approach to treating and preventing malnutrition.

WASHINGTON FAMILY HOPE CENTER

JOPLIN, MO: Washington Family Hope Center (WFHC) is truly a dream fulfilled and a tree of life for the families we serve. In the past, we could shelter mothers who became homeless, but not their children. Now, we can keep families together as they get back on their feet.