Children and Disenfranchised

God calls us to care for children who have no family or who struggle academically and socially because they come from disadvantaged families.

We stand alongside our partners, FaithBridge Foster Care, North Atlanta Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Kidz2Leaders, The HOPE Center, Life Academy, and Project 82, with unwavering belief in God’s call to care for children and disenfranchised groups.

Caring for Children without Families:

Children who have no family often find themselves in challenging circumstances, lacking the stability and guidance that a loving family can provide. We recognize a responsibility to help provide these children with the warmth of a nurturing community. Through various programs and initiatives, we aim to instill a sense of belonging, self-worth, and hope in these children, empowering them to overcome their past and embrace a brighter future.

Addressing Academic and Social Challenges:

Recognizing the transformative power of education, we endeavor to bridge the educational gap and provide opportunities for these children to flourish. They offer tutoring programs, mentorship initiatives, and after-school activities aimed at fostering personal and spiritual growth. By investing in the intellectual and emotional well-being of these children, we equip them with the tools and confidence needed to break free from the cycle of disadvantage.

Creating a Nurturing Environment:

Creating a nurturing environment is crucial for the holistic development of children and the disenfranchised. Through dedicated volunteers, outreach programs, and partnerships with local organizations, we extend our reach and impact, ensuring that no child is left behind. By nurturing the hearts and souls of these young individuals, we plant seeds of hope and resilience, empowering them to rise above their circumstances.

We are committed to bringing hope and transformation to the lives of countless children and extending a helping hand to those in need.