Sponsor a Home

Russia:

*Orphanage R2 is a very poor, rural institution for school-aged children in the European side of Russia. The director, hesitant to invite foreigners to the orphanage, sees the value of the volunteers The Boaz Project has recruited from their community. By building relationships with the children at R2, the volunteers affirm the value of each child and develop a platform for sharing their faith in Christ.

The Boaz Project’s work in R2 is relatively new and is not yet funded. It needs $_____ per month (currently assessing situation) . Would you be willing to make a monthly financial commitment toward that deficit? When you do, you’ll receive bi-monthly updates about the home, including current prayer requests.

Your support would bring incredible joy to the children living in R2!

 


India

*CM serves vulnerable children in a Hindu region of India. As a result, the home has endured quite a bit of persecution, with the house father even being jailed for a few weeks because of his faith in Christ.

Despite this tremendous pressure, the house parents manage to create a warm and joyful environment for the children in their care. They run both a boys’ home and a girls’ home, but they do their best to foster one, loving family between them.

As of now, CM’s Boys’ Home is completely funded, but the Girls’ Home is only 12% funded; they need $620 per month. Would you be willing to make a monthly financial commitment toward that deficit? When you do, you’ll receive bi-monthly updates about the home, including current prayer requests.

Your support will mean the world to them!


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Kenya

We are currently in the process of building a three-story apartment building where the children of El Shaddai will be distributed into individual family units. Five of the six units have been sponsored, but unit 6 still needs $390 per month. Would you be willing to make a monthly financial commitment toward that deficit? When you do, you’ll receive bi-monthly updates about the home, including current prayer requests.

Your support makes it possible for these children to live in a family-style home!

* In order to protect the children and house parents living in these homes, home names have been changed.