Rush my gift to feed and minister to children in Malawi who suffered through Cyclone Idai – and bring help and Jesus’ hope to kids throughout the developing world.
The UN estimates 1.5 million children have been affected by the devastating cyclone that struck Malawi and southern Africa on March 15. There was massive damage to dwellings. Survivors struggling to obtain food, shelter, and clean water.
The situation in Malawi was already dire before this massive storm. Thousands of families were struggling to provide basic daily needs for their children. In the wake of this devastating cyclone, their situation has gone from bad to worse.But there’s good news. Working through an established, local ministry partner on the ground in Malawi, we already are making a tremendous impact. But the needs of the people affected are great!Through your support of our Thriving Kids-Africa program, we can replenish vital resources that have been stretched so thin. We can lift up more children by providing shelter, food, clean water and the hope of Jesus to carry them through the brutal days ahead.
Through this program, just $112 will help feed a child in need for an entire year (that’s only $9.33 per month).
Today, you can bring help and hope to this desperate situation by joining our efforts to rebuild homes, deliver clean water and feed at-risk children in Malawi and all around the world.
Provide nutritious meals for at-risk children.
Enable kids to stay in school as families rebuild their lives.
Nurture kids’ hearts and minds as they hear Bible stories, pray together and sing songs.
Just $112 will help meet the food needs of a child for a whole year!
By supporting a child’s development during these early years, you can alter the course of his life!
Proceeds from this campaign will be used to cover any expenditures for this project incurred through June 30, 2020, the close of our ministry’s fiscal year. In the event that more funds are raised than needed to fully fund the project, the excess funds, if any, will be used to meet the most urgent needs of the ministry.