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By SOS Children's Villages
Half a year after Haiti’s terrible earthquake, the country’s needs remain dire. More than 1 million people remain homeless and thousands of children are still without parental care. Reconstruction is slow and, in some areas, nonexistent.
By K&S Records
Steven Ybarra will give a live performance at a wine-tasting fundraiser for Friends of Joshua Orphan Care, a non-profit organization for development projects in Malawi, Africa. Proceeds go to orphaned children for schooling sponsorships.
By Novi Bautista
Learn some basic information adoption processes and definition of Adoption and Orphans. More information can be found at the overview of Adoption and Orphans.
By Novi Bautista
Learn some basic information adoption processes and definition of Adoption and Orphans. More information can be found at the overview of Adoption and Orphans.
By SOS Children's Villages - USA
Luís Figo, the Portuguese soccer icon and WHO Goodwill Ambassador against Tuberculosis, visited the SOS Children’s Village in Amman, Jordan, to urge young people to "Run with me to stop TB."
By SOS Children's Villages - USA
Belgian tennis champion Kim Clijsters and her American husband, Brian Lynch, are throwing their support behind SOS Children’s Villages.
By SOS Children's Villages - USA
All 33 Children Recovered from U.S. Baptist Group at Haitian Border Return to their Families
By SOS Children's Villages - USA
"Where are your shoes? Go back and get your shoes on," Nathalie tells a boy who is playing in the grass without sandals. She remembers from her own childhood in Haiti how her SOS mother would never allow a child to walk the village's paths barefoot.
By Peter J Moore - CEO
Mozambique Orphanage Fund chooses as its website provider to enahnce its online presence, plus source additional fund raising to help orphans in Mozambique.
By Denise Matthews, Executive Director
Uganda is a country where witchdoctors are common; abandoned children are often used as a form of sacrifice. Abandoned children living in remand homes often escape, greatly increasing the possibility of becoming a witchdoctors sacrificial victim.
By SOS Children's Villages - USA
February 19, 2010: When asked who her mother was by SOS Children's Villages staff in Santo, Haiti, the toddler pointed to the older girl next to her. That girl is 17-year-old Gisele, a traumatized teenager who can barely manage on her own.
By SOS Children's Villages - USA
World Orphan Week, taking place February 8-14, comes at a particularly poignant time in 2010. Thousands of Haitian children wander the streets of Port-au-Prince, hungry and homeless.
By Eloquent Books
Only time will tell if recently orphaned Tom and Jenna are experiencing a cold and shocking dream or are living in a monstrous and bloodthirsty reality.
By Heroes of the Nation
Heroes of the Nation will launch a campus in Nairobi, Kenya for 1,000 orphans. The self-sufficient orphanage model is groundbreaking in its vision to bring lasting transformation to Africa.
By Lisa Phillipson
Lisa Phillipson Photography of Atlanta, GA is honored to announce a partnership with Lenses of Love: Hearts for Haiti, a national non-profit endeavor dedicated to helping the people of Haiti recover from the recent devastating earthquake.
By Chef Greg Lewis, Catering by Design
Chef Greg Lewis, Catering by Design owner and a prominent caterer in the Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill area, was in El Salvador on a service mission during the week that the 7.0 earthquake hit Haiti. He highly recommends service work overseas.
By Dunphy PR
‘Voyage of the Orphans’, a film and three-act play by the County Limerick Youth Theatre will be screened and staged at The Belltable this week.
By SOS Children's Villages - USA
A team of SOS staff and volunteers from the Dominican Republic and Costa arrived at the SOS Children's Village in Santo on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince yesterday. They brought with them ten tons of food, water, medicine, tents and fuel.
By SOS Children's Villages - USA
SOS Children's Villages - USA today announced a gift of $100,000 from Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt to support its two American SOS Children's Villages for Christmas.
By Niratchada S.
Millennium Resort Patong Phuket recently hosted an island day trip to Khai Island for the 11 orphans
By Oceans of Mercy
On November 9, The Servent Christian Community Foundation awarded Oceans of Mercy, a Shawnee, Kansas based charity who's focus is on the care of HIV/AIDs affected vulnerable children and orphans in South Africa, it's top award of $25,000.
By James Kange Nadiope
We offer a range of affordable international service projects with the opportunity for cultural immersion abroad.
By Shelley Seale
Saturday is Children’s Day in India; yet for the 25 million Indian children orphaned or abandoned, there is no cause for celebration. Author Shelley Seale aims to change that with her new book.
By James Kange Nadiope
International Volunteers Network has many volunteer holiday and vacations opportunities for mission groups, families, couples or individuals who are interested in helping AIDS orphans and widows while on safari or vacation holiday in Africa.
By Quest Overseas
Experience a new 6 week Gap Year expedition with Quest Overseas to work with a local community to help fight poverty and improve orphaned children’s lives and the communities in which they live.
The Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) announced today the accreditation of Food for Orphans.
By Mission 1:27
Enormous Yard Sale! Saturday, Sept. 12, 7:30-11:00 am, Christ United Methodist Church, Southern Village, Chapel Hill. Proceeds to benefit Russian orphan mission program. Volunteers and donations needed!
By Save Point
After raising $1276 for Child's Play with the Final Fantasy VII Marathon, fundraising Organization Save Point will raise money for Ten Thousand Homes with a 100 hour marathon of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.
By YellowWood Group
Raleigh author shares stories of being orphaned in war-torn Lebanon
By Sean Parnell
Recycling a Playground for Orphaned Armenian Children
By Prosperity Studios inc
Hope calls on the President ... It is no coincidence that President Obama has chosen Ghana as his first visit to Africa to set out his new Foreign Empowerment Policy.
By Ambassador Hope
My dearest children never think I have forgotten you or your needs.
By Mission Grounds
Mission Grounds, a non-profit charity organization focusing on helping orphans and homeless mothers & their children, is organizing a tennis charity event in collaboration with Horseshoe Bend Country Club in Roswell, Georgia.
By One Village at a Time
What started as the vision and compassion of one woman has blossomed into a thriving organization providing invaluable services to some of Kenya’s most needy. “One Village” will hold it’s second annual charity event on Friday May 8th, 2009.
By Market Insights, LLC
Lor Adams adopted 9 children from various orphanages in Russia. She wrote a book about it and a portion of the book proceeds go to her overseas hero Olga Spachil.
By Make A Difference, Inc.
Make A Difference NOW, a registered non-profit is expanding its reach to Mysore, India offering volunteer work at orphanages and schools as well as chance to learn about the history, cultural and different cuisines of India.
By Common Threadz, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, has launched a new series of t-shirts designed by orphans in Africa. For each shirt sold, they are able to feed an orphan or vulnerable child for one month.
By Nicholas Assef
Independent Investment Bank Lincoln Crowne & Company has launched the Lincoln Crowne Foundation to assist grass roots charities in their work of improving the life of impoverished children.
By Parker Communications
Over 18 national grief organizations have endorsed the first annual National Grief Support Week created by filmmaker, Jennifer Steinman, whose film, Motherland, documents six grieving mothers and their journey to help orphans in South Africa.
Immerse yourself in one of the world’s oldest cultures while you make a difference and share your own culture. Our program offers the chance to experience Moroccan Culture like a local, see historic sites throughout the country ...
By A Broader View Volunteers Corp
A Broader View Volunteer programs provide an opportunity to do something so rewarding, that we guarantee you will never ever forget it.
By A Broader View Volunteers Corp
Over the last few years, travel trends have shown an increasing number of retired and retiring people have caught the voluntourism bug.
By A Broader View Volunteers Corp
Volunteer Abroad in Nkhata Bay Malawi, a lively port and fishing town, is a popular (yet mainly undiscovered) lakeshore resort area in northern Malawi.
By A Broader View Volunteers Corp
This is a rural village, situated close to the shore of Lake Victoria, about a 90 minute drive from Kampala. In Katebo you will work along a local organization in the creation of its “Children’s Village”.
By A Broader View Volunteers Corp
We have programs in Safi, a quiet coastal town with ancient ties and industry based on pottery making and fishing. Safi lies on Morocco's central Atlantic coast and has been an important port since Roman times.
By A Broader View Volunteers Corp
Our projects are located in Marrakesh, one of the Imperial cities and the capital of the south of Morocco. It is a city of immense beauty, low, red and tent like before a great shaft of the Atlas Mountains.
By A Broader View Volunteers Corp
Ideally situated between the Caribbean Ocean to the east, and the Pacific Ocean to the west, Costa Rica boosts various geography and climate zones from the pleasant interior to the tropical coast lines.
By A Broader View Volunteers Corp
Volunteer Abroad in Costa Rica Limon: Ideally situated between the Caribbean Ocean to the east, and the Pacific Ocean to the west, Costa Rica boosts various geography and climate zones from the pleasant interior to the tropical coast lines.
By A Broader View Volunteers Corp
The Ecuadorian Amazon region commonly known as "El Oriente" is formed by several sparsely populated provinces only about 5% of the countries population live in this vast area.
By A Broader View Volunteers Corp
Volunteering Abroad in La Serena Chile: La Serena, in northern Chile, is the country's second-oldest town. La Serena maintains a Spanish neo-colonial style according to the "Plan Serena" implemented by the Chilean government, which allowed the ......

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