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EVERY CHILD DESERVES A CHANCE FOR A HOPEFUL FUTURE.
We safeguard vulnerable children from the dangers of extreme poverty and human trafficking in developing countries. We can't do it without you.
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$1.23 per day
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Child Sponsorship provides a child with clothing, nutrition, education, medical care, spiritual development and ultimately, a chance for a hopeful future.
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Kipindi Mpito is FCW's flagship ministry in Uganda. In this transition-to-success program, young women learn critical life skills that allow them to become confident, independent, self-sustaining adults. These include 12 key life skills, counseling & mentoring, personal discipleship, trade training, and self-confidence & empowerment.
Our priority is to protect the vulnerable. Protection looks like providing the bare necessities, such as shelter, clean water, nourishment, clothing, and medical care. This allows us to establish trust and start a young person's journey toward holistic transformation.
Empowerment and self sustainability is our ideal outcome in everything we do. Through education programs, trade & university scholarships, and holistic transition programs, we are able to give young people hope and the tools they need for a bright future.
God's Love is at the epicenter of all we do. We introduce the fatherless to their Heavenly father who is crazy about them. Our goal is to mentor and disciple these young men and women into strong leaders that will change the world around them.
Lessons gleaned from world travel, time with the poor, and personal brokenness, written by our Founder & Executive Director, Matt Hartsell
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Looking for ways to get involved?
If you’re looking for a more hands-on approach to make a Kingdom impact, consider applying for one of our volunteer positions.
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