"My mother died in childbirth. I lived in a Zimbabwean hospital for three years."
"My father died of AIDS and my mom is HIV positive. She is afraid that when she dies we will be sold to traffickers."
"I lived on the streets of Vietnam with my mentally challenged mother."
Sometimes extreme poverty, death, abuse, or cultural traditions leave a child without the care of a family. When this happens, Homes of Love places children in families with Christian parents in their home country. We support these parents as they care for their Homes of Love children for life.
When a child loses a parent, Homes of Love provides support to the remaining parent or another relative to help the child remain with his or her biological family. These caregiviers receive the same type of support as our Family Homes to care for their children.
In 2020, we began a new partnership in Cambodia which allows Homes of Love to serve non-Christian parents and their children. We offer supplemental food and tutoring, as well as spiritual mentoring. As we share the Gospel, we pray for more families to partner with long-term.