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Disabled mother and children in front of their new home

Recommended Gift

Any amount helps. $567 would help launch the construction of one of these new homes.

Nothing brings dignity to a poor family more than having a safe, sturdy home. Sadly, most poor families in rural Malawi must settle for much less. Mired in poverty, they are forced to live in unsafe shacks fashioned from mud and thatch. You can provide the life-changing gift of a safe new home. Our ministry partner in Malawi, Ambuya Development Center, has been working diligently to help families improve their lives. Each stormproof house includes a cement foundation, strong cinder block walls, and a metal roof that can withstand earthquakes.

Help construct a sturdy cement house for a family with vulnerable children.
Will benefit a housing project in Malawi.



Your generous gift will be used to support the Cross International project(s) indicated through June 30, 2023, the close of our ministry’s fiscal year. In the event that more funds are raised than needed to fully fund the initiative, the excess funds, if any, will be used to meet the most urgent needs of the ministry and may be used in the following fiscal year.


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Feed Hungry Children

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that 811 million in the world suffer from under-nourishment. By providing the gift of food, you will save the lives of thousands of hungry children and their families in developing countries like Haiti, Malawi, Guatemala and Nicaragua.

Your gift will support the provision of meals and other basic services that are essential for survival. A generous donation during this season of giving will change lives forever.

This gift will benefit: Haiti, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Malawi

Recommended Gift
$1,000 will feed 30 children for a month | $5,000 will feed 80 children for a month | $10,000 will feed 92 children for a month | $20,000 will feed 184 children for a month

Donate to Cross International’s Thriving Kids Initiative