More than 4,600 orphaned, destitute, and abandoned children in Liberia, Kenya, Nepal, India, Haiti, and Ukraine benefit from this program. For $49 per month, sponsors provide them with food, clothing, medicines, Christian literature, and some schooling. These children live in orphanages or with Christian families or relatives. Besides providing physically for the children, our goal is to also put them in settings where they can learn about Jesus and, as adults, help spread the Gospel in their country.
Grace is a Liberian orphan. Her mom died when she was a baby, and Grace has never seen her daddy. She looks like she is less than a year old.
—From a report by Melissa Wingard, CAM staff member in Liberia Some days the heartbreak of this world squeezes my heart. Aleppo. War. Millions of refugees trying to stay alive. Ebola orphans. Children dying from lack of food. Entire volumes could be written on the...
Orphan children in Liberia struggle to survive. Some are taken in by church families or relatives, but life is still not easy. Most Liberian parents make less than $2.50 per day and have a hard time providing sufficient food for their own children. Because of...