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CORNERSTONE OF HELP

Millions of children in Malawi go without food and shelter every year.

Help us continue to be a source of sustenance and safety.

Make a Difference

From providing daily meals, to education and housing needs, your invaluable support brings much needed help and services to some of Malawi's most vulnerable children. We work to provide practical intervention and services for some of Malawi's most vulnerable and often forgotten children. 

Help us as we fight to give hope and a future to the street children we

work with. 

Our Work

We work with people on a one to one basis and our goal is to empower those who are forgotten. We equip them with vital skills through education and give them the tools they need to succeed and overcome poverty.

We work with children longterm and aim to provide stability and structure in their lives.

Our Mission

RESTORING LIVES. BUILDING HOPE.

BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS.

We work with some of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged children in Malawi, to provide a place of safety for them, a sanctuary where they can find rest. Our feeding, housing, and education programs aim to give those who are often forgotten and give them a hope and a future.

YOUR SUPPORT CHANGES LIVES

A Boy Named George
A Boy Named George

A Boy Named George – His Life, His Story & Untimely Loss

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School sponsorship
School sponsorship

In September 2018, 3 children who would greatly benefit from such assistance were identified. We worked to set up sponsorship to send them to school in addition to receiving help via our feeding program.

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Our Fight Against Child Poverty
Our Fight Against Child Poverty

We are currently feeding between 35 & 40 street children daily and we are working to increase this number.

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After the storm is gone...
After the storm is gone...

The death toll has risen above 1000 and the United Nations has described Cyclone Idai as "one of the deadliest storms on record in the southern hemisphere".

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A PLACE OF REFUGE

"Because it isn't only about feeding of the body, but wellbeing, family, community – belonging."