My Day Job

The other day someone mentioned that they had always thought my paid job was the World Orphan Fund. Actually, I earn a living as a political consultant during the day.

Fact is, we have no paid staff at all. We’re all volunteers. What’s more we have no overhead, we pay for our own travel, the costs of raising money, hosting the website, and everything else that’s not a specific project  — out of our own pockets.We’re not seeking praise. That belongs to God, His grace makes what we do possible. But it is an important reminder that when you make a donation to the World Orphan Fund, 100% of every donation goes directly into helping orphans around the world.

We’ve visited 30 orphanages, met over 3,300 children and we’ve raised about $750,000 to fund some life-changing projects. It’s a blessing to be able to connect donors with needs.

If you’ve already donated, thank you for all of you’ve done to make what we do possible. If you’re considering making a donation we have much to do this year and we need your help. I can guarantee that you will make a real difference in the lives of some amazing kids. Here’s a link to donate.

Below is a sample of what so many have helped us to accomplish so far.

Funding for 3 Vocational Teachers.  $12,000
Casa Bernabe. Guatemala City, Guatemala

Funding a Full Time Psychologist for Abused Children $10,000

 Hope House Orphanage. Ixtlahuacan de los Mebrillos, Mexico

Special Needs Home for Boys $53,000

Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos. La Venta Honduras

Replacement of a Totaled Van $16,000

Montana De Luz Orphanage. Nueva Esperanza, Honduras.

New Boys House $75,000

Orphanage Emmanuel, Guaimaca, Honduras

Filtration System to Remove Arsenic From Drinking Water $15,000

Renacer Orphanage. Cofradia, Honduras.

New Third Grade Teacher $6,000

Hogar Suyapa. El Progreso, Honduras

Clean Drinking Water $2,500

El Refugio, Naco Honduras

Toddler House for Boys $22,500

Orphanage Emmanuel, Guaimaca Honduras
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