(Mumbai, Sikkim, Bhilai, Vishakhapatnam, India; Klaeng, Thailand) We have been building and operating children’s homes in India for the last 32 years. We currently care for approximately 200 orphans in four Homes in India, and in Thailand.
Christian orphanages the world over are in need of aid, support and simple helping hands. But most of all, these children are in need of something, someone to believe in.
A father to the fatherless, God reminds us that children hold a special place in His heart. Through the help of missionaries like you, lives are changed in an instant. Teens and students who are newbies to missions or missionaries who cut their teeth in the field, Christian orphanages are by far a favorite place to serve among those who are called according to His purpose.
Come help feed His children. Stay long term and teach them to read or stay a few weeks and just teach them to laugh again . . . no matter how long you stay you will teach them about His boundless grace and endless love.
Though you may only spend a few days among these Christian orphanages in your lifetime, the children who live there for much of theirs will carry your love and introduction to His with them as long as they live. Even more still, you’ll carry the blessing of being a blessing with you every day of your life.
“Can a mother forget the baby at her breast and have no compassion on the child she has borne? Though she may forget, I will not forget you! See! I have carved you on the palms of My hands.’’
Isaiah 49:15-16 NIV
Nearly 100 children, most Ghanian and some Liberian, from birth to 16 years. We provide schooling, medical, good nutrition and a loving home. Occult activities are rampant in this area; this is not for the fainthearted nor for those who don’t know their spiritual authority. Prayer and fasting is regular. A great learning experience for […]
(Jamaica) This web site describes this home where about eighty disabled children, ages three to 27, reside. Volunteers assist with daily routine care, instruction, other ways. Physical therapists can assist the Jamaican therapist and assistants in exercise programs for the children.
(Sierra Leone, West Africa) Help the desparately needy children. We need people who can help these children in the areas of care delivery, teachers, nurses, doctors, musicians, etc. Not necessarily Christian.
God works through Global Hope to promote and nurture deep, lasting and loving relationships with abandoned, orphaned, and at-risk children. To help the local communities in which these children live to develop sustainable resources for effective, Christian parenting. Global Hope also provides cross-cultural and hands-on ministry opportunities for Christian volunteers.
Join us for 1 to 4 week mission trips! Help us turn orphaned children in Africa into godly contributors in their countries, by establishing Christian training villages, each containing a home caring for up to 150 orphans, and vocational training schools for 120 teens. Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Uganda, Rwanda, Zambia, Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi. Our […]
Help us reach the children of Ghana (West Africa) with the Gospel through creative initiatives. All year round we receive volunteer school teachers, Sunday School teachers, and others, to help in Christian schools and evangelism programs. Also help us train Children’s workers. Ghana is an English speaking country.
(Kisumu, Kenya) “Our policy is to equip every child with the ability to support and care for a family, giving them any necessary help when leaving our home. We always try to care for our children as an African family, but with the freedom to express themselves.”
Lifesong for Orphans offers adoption financial assistance, foster care support, church and ministry partnerships, and international orphan care by serving advocates who help carry out this work of bringing joy and purpose to orphans in Zambia. Join us in a Lifesong for Orphans missions trip to our Village of Hope in Guatemala where you will participate in work […]
We are a mission operating seven residences on one campus caring for children whose families are unable or unwilling to care for them. Christian house parent couples live full-time in a residence with 8 children. Volunteers can help with carpentry, electrical, plumbing, general maintenance, grass cutting, office help.
(Tanzania, Congo DRC, and Lusaka, Zambia) HOFAI is designed to reach, inform, assist and give hope to the hopeless, to ensure that children get appropriate help and get it as early as possible, thereby giving them a much greater chance of taking their rightful part in society. We need more volunteers, especially for Zambia, Tanzania […]
Twelve locations: residential care, campuses. We are the largest single provider of residential services to abused, neglected, and troubled children in Georgia.
Abaana Community Outreach Africa works with orphans, elderly caretakers, HIV-positive children, women and other vulnerable groups. Our volunteers conduct social support to vulnerable children, nutrition and hygiene education, reproductive health, human rights &, HIV/AIDS education to meet the practical as well as psychosocial needs of our target groups
(Nha Trang, Viet Nam) “Nha Tinh Thuong” There are about 30 children at the orphanage. Their ages range from 4 through 18 years old. Four of them are handicapped. The children are under care of Catholic priests, and 2 nuns from the Men Thanh Gia convent.
(Port-Au-Prince, Haiti) RMOF is a an organization created by a group of religious leaders, who have devoted their time, love and knowledge to help the needy children of Haiti. Volunteers are welcome, for home and medical care, food donations, education / teaching, speaking, fund raisers and promoters.
Our organization is a christian organization dealing with vulnerable groups in Kenya.We seek medical volunteer missions to come and help these people with medication. We welcome you to Kenya.
By the end of the decade, it would take 80,000 orphanages that hold 500 children each just to house the children orphaned by AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa alone. Whole villages are made up of children and the very, very old due to the death from AIDS of all the family adults. Teen Missions and AOSC […]
(Nairobi, Kenya) Provides a home to abandoned children until determination of their HIV status is made. Those not infected are adopted or cared for by traditional social services agencies. Those with HIV+ are given the best nutritional, medical, psychosocial, and spiritual care available. (Roman Catholic)
(Andhra Pradesh, India) Four homes currently care for about 270 children from different caste groups and Hindu, Muslim, and Christian families. We have helped hundreds of children some of whom have become Doctors and Engineers. We have good facilities and know how to accommodate visitors who have skills that can help the children learn, have […]
(Yangon, Myanmar) We’re addressing the sad condition of many orphans and starving children. Started in 2005 with (5) children we now have (21) in two locations: Shan State and Yangon. Seven different races (Bahma, Pa Oh, Intha, Kachin, Karen, Chinese, and Chin) are represented. We need help building a bridge to the gospel of Jesus […]
(Northern Thailand) Founded to protect and care for tribal Akha girls that are at risk of being sold into prostitution in Bangkok, House of Grace has been called “the finest children’s home in Thailand.” Located in the mountains of northern Thailand. Affiliated with Global Servants.
Bethel Children Home is a ministries of Thimi Bible Church. We are reaching the least privileged Children of Kathmandu and other parts of Nepal in a Christian home. Volunteers with a vision and heart for parentless children are urged to inquire, especially those who can teach English and Bible.
(Kenya, Africa near Homa Bay) A ministry of First Baptist Church, Pearland, Texas.
(Cambodia) Our mission is to restore the lives of orphans in partnership with churches, corporations, organizations and individuals who have a passion to help needy, parentless children. We operate 37 orphanages in Cambodia. Volunteers welcomed.
We establish children’s homes where “houseparents” care for children who have been permanently separated from their parents due to death, abandonment, or abuse, including child prostitutes. We develop each project as a ministry of a local church, and partner with churches in the U.S. and the U.K. to facilitate their involvement in the projects. Current […]