Why orphan care?

There are millions of children in the world who have been orphaned.

The orphan crisis is a global problem. It crosses international borders, racial divides, and economic classes. It impacts children from every walk of life, and something must be done about it.

What's standing between waiting children and loving families?

The implications of the orphan crisis are far reaching. Many children living as orphans face a myriad of struggles—from medical needs to developmental delays to impacts stemming from neglect, trauma, and abuse.

The Financial Barrier

The cost of adoption can range between $25,000 and $40,000. That is too much for many families.

The Medical Barrier

Many children who have been orphaned live with serious medical needs. In some cases, these medical needs keep the government from listing a child for adoption.

The Knowledge Barrier

Many do not take action to care for orphans because they are unaware of the crisis or feel helpless to do anything about it. When people are equipped with knowledge of the issues and an awareness of the work being done, anyone can help change lives.

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