Every 15 seconds a child in a developing country dies of cholera or some other waterborne disease. Their only mistake: trying to quench their thirst with contaminated water from tainted sources. $5,000 per well!
Casa Bernabé is a Christian ministry that takes in orphaned, abandoned, and abused children and nurtures them in a loving, family environment.
More than 68 orphans are lovingly cared for at the Togetherness In Christ Orphanage. Providing schooling and three meals a day for the orphans is very costly. Other basic operational expenses are also a burden. You can support this important work by donating today!
In Guatemala’s remote mountain villages, families have no access to health care, or education and depend on subsistence farming for daily survival.
When children go hungry, they are more likely to drop out of school and become trapped in lifelong poverty. You can stop the vicious cycle by supporting the Rainbow Network feeding centers in La Paz Centro, Nicaragua.
“Restavek” is the Creole term for a child servant. Approximately 220,000 restavek children live far from their homes with host families who often subject them to negligence and abuse.
A shack fashioned from sticks and mud. A dirt floor and a leaky roof. This is all the shelter many families in developing countries have to offer their children. Acting as God’s instrument of compassion, you can give them safe shelter!
Around the world, children who have been orphaned, abandoned, abused or cut off from life’s basic necessities are in desperate need of practical assistance and God’s love.
Guatemala is in the midst of a public health crisis. A corrupt Guatemalan government was ousted last September, but not before it created turmoil among hospitals and clinics. Church officials personally contacted Cross, and our Goods-in-Kind partner in Guatemala, Jorge Gramajo, was able to help organize a response.