We are passionate about helping the causes that provide clean water, support orphanages, and build schools for needy families overseas and here at home. Each year, we are honored to support the following organizations:

     

    20-Liters-Logo

    20 Liters is committed to making dirty water clean for the most vulnerable via long-lasting and innovative solutions. Through partnerships with World Relief Rwanda and local Rwandan churches, 20 Liters trains volunteers, teaches health and hygiene skills, and delivers clean water solutions to the most vulnerable.

    Amazima-Logo

    Founded in 2008 by New York Times Best-Selling author Katie Davis Majors, Amazima Ministries serves communities in and around Jinja, Uganda, by providing education for children and youth, medical care, vocational training, and discipleship for women, children, and families.

     

    Warm-Logo

    WARM aids individuals in the Westerville area who are living at or below the federal poverty guidelines. In addition to providing food to families in need, WARM offers several programs such as the Way2Work Initiative, which is a jobs assistance program designed to assist individuals on the road to economic recovery. WARM’s services provide individuals with the tools necessary to promote family stability, improved self-esteem, and increased self-sufficiency.

    Swallows-Nest-Logo

    Swallow's Nest Children's Home is a small, private, nonprofit foster care home located in Henan Province, China. It provides care for special needs orphans in a safe and loving environment. The organization assists the local orphanages with post-surgical care when needed.

    Ongoing Community Involvement

    During the COVID pandemic we discovered a myriad of needs that were not being met by the existing organizations. We added a component to our charitable giving – focusing on individuals and families. Helping with medical bills, assisting with funeral expenses, helping with costs of caregivers, and budget assistance are all examples of help we started and are continuing today.