For the first several years of his life, Serezha was abused and neglected by his alcoholic parents. At the tender age of four, he marched himself over to the local orphanage and asked them to take him in. He was soon cleared for adoption. This Christmas season, there is light for Serezha!
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$39 a month for one year provides one orphaned child with a loving family!
Milana lives in an orphanage in Ukraine. While her basic needs are being met, this precious little girl doesn’t have anyone to truly care. She longs for someone to love and cherish her. Someone she can call Mama and Papa, who will read her bedtime stories, help her at school, and teach her to ride a bicycle when she’s older.Guess what?! Life is about to change for Milana. A wonderful Christian couple wants to adopt her!
As Nepal loses its place in the headlines, the cry for help only gets louder. Children are literally becoming orphans as we speak. It’s estimated that 1.7+ million children have been impacted but as the death toll climbs past 8,500 that number is expected to rise greatly. Will you help?
At least 3,700 children in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone have lost one or both parents to Ebola over the past year. Government officials estimate 25,000 orphans are at risk. Many of these children are starving because people are afraid to get close to them to bring them food. Your gift today will help provide food and care for these children!
Chelsea came onto staff with A Family For Every Orphan May of 2014 and is our Program Director for Africa & Asia. To learn more about her role as an international staff member and how you can become a part of her support and prayer team, read more...
Heritage Ukraine works to strengthen vulnerable families and help children from all circumstances reach their fullest potential. Through a variety of programs, Heritage Ukraine is working towards the goal of an Odessa without orphans!