Gifts of Peace
A safe, temporary home for a child in need
When parents face crisis, and have no one to turn to for support, you can grant them the peace of knowing their child has a safe, short-term place to stay while they regain stability.
Essentials for refugees
When a refugee family arrives in a new community, you can help them get settled by providing immediate access to basic necessities like groceries, transportation, housing, or clothing.
Health for a global family
Many families in places like Ethiopia and Ghana are living in extreme poverty, without access to medical care. You can provide a health screening for an entire family, giving parents the peace of knowing their health status and the status of their children.
Rent for a struggling family
Provide struggling parents with peace of mind, knowing they won’t face homelessness because they have shelter and a home for their family.
Resettles one refugee
Often refugees come to the U.S. with nothing, and the gap is great between resettlement assistance and the actual cost of starting over. You can bridge that by providing immediate, practical assistance that will help a refugee find safety and healing in their new community.
Gifts of Comfort
Bedding for children
When a child enters foster care or kinship care they often come with nothing. You can provide them comfort during one of the scariest times of their lives by ensuring they have a warm bed and soft bedding to sleep on.
Car seat for a new mom
Help moms in pregnancy counseling or recovery programs bring their new babies home safely.
Care and healing to a trafficked child
After a child is rescued from trafficking, they have a lot of healing to do—physically, mentally, and emotionally. You can help provide the therapy, treatment, and resources they need to get started.
Infant necessity kit
Moms in Colombia who are refugees or internally displaced don’t always have what they need to care for their new babies. You can help by providing a kit that includes formula, bottles, diapers, and wipes.
Six months of nutrition for a malnourished child
When a child is born into poverty or is cared for in an orphanage, they can experience dangerous malnutrition. Give them the sustenance they need to heal, grow, and thrive.
Gifts of Joy
Activity fees and expenses for children
You can make sure kids in foster care don’t miss out on things like soccer, class trips, prom, or drivers ed by helping cover fees and ensuring they have the right supplies and equipment. You can give the joy of childhood.
Gas card for family visits
Kids need their parents. When families are apart in foster care, you can provide a way for parents to visit their children and stay connected as they work toward reunification.
Rescue a child from trafficking
Trafficking is one of the world’s darkest crimes. You can help rescue a child from forced labor, provide for their aftercare, and help with resources to locate their family for a joyful reunion.
Too many kids are struggling in situations beyond their control. You can take one worry off their little shoulders by ensuring refugee children and kids in foster care have a backpack and school supplies to start their new school confidently, ready to learn.
Training and education
Help global parents break cycles of poverty by providing them with tools, skills, and resources to provide for their families’ needs. Give children, youth, and parents access to vocational, business, parenting, life, and financial literacy skills to empower them to change their futures.
Gifts of Family
Adoption fees for a global child
Every child deserves a family. But for many global families, adoption fees are a barrier. You can make the difference between a child belonging in a loving family or growing up alone in an orphanage.
Foster family recruitment
When a child is facing crisis and separation from their family, they need a loving foster family where they can both be safe and feel safe. This gift helps address the current shortage of loving foster across the U.S.
Move 10 families off the waiting list
Right now 275 families in Ethiopia and Ghana are on a waiting list for life-changing services. You can give them access to necessities like health care, safe drinking water, and proper shelter while empowering them with skills to support their families for the long haul.
Reunify a child with their family
When seeking safety and refuge from immediate danger or natural disaster, refugee and immigrant families can become separated on the journey. You can help unaccompanied minors, who’re scared and alone, locate and reunify with their families in the U.S.
40 days of care
When an unaccompanied minor arrives in the U.S., it can take time to locate their family. You can make sure they have a safe home and a loving foster family where they can stay while they wait for reunification.