As the end of the year approaches, help us bring some joy to children in Burma.
This Christmas, purchase a ‘Gift of Love’ that will help meet the needs of children affected by conflict and oppression so they too can experience a free, full life.
In some areas of Burma, only 4% of children are attending school.
Decades of military rule have left Burma a nation where access to basics like education and healthcare are out of reach for many children. With over 500,000 internally displaced people, many are also without homes and a secure source of food for their families.
From training health workers to providing school supplies, it’s all about sowing seeds
for the future.
Our sustainable development projects join hands with locals to seek community-based solutions that will last for generations to come and allow children to reach their full potential.
Instead of feeling bad about what’s happening in the world, why not do something about it?
For just $25 you can provide a refugee child facing food shortages with rice for a month. Making a difference doesn’t cost much and there are so many ways you can get involved in our work with children affected by conflict and oppression.
Over a decade ago two ordinary people felt compelled to help one child.
They hoped to see an orphan in a refugee camp grow up in freedom and fullness. Now thousands of children in Burma have a renewed hope for the future because of this kind of compassion. Please join us as we work to see free, full lives for children affected by conflict and oppression.