How We Fulfill

"Glory be to Him whose power, working in us, can do infinitely more than we can ask or imagine." - Ephesians 3:20

Orphans have had everything taken away from them. It is our mission to share with them the one thing that can never be taken away: a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. He will never leave them nor forsake them. How do we raise orphans to Life in Christ?

Local Churches


The Church of Zambia has the heart and hands to do Christ’s work. We partner with local pastors and church leaders to host a summer Bible camp called Camp Hope that helps churches bring their communities together and minister to them as Jesus Christ intends. Camp Hope also allows us to identify the neediest of orphans who are potential candidates for sponsorship in one of the homes we build. In 2016, 878 children attended Camp Hope and 414 received Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior!

A Home


A home, not an orphanage. Orphans have lost enough without losing their community and cultural roots. That’s why instead of taking orphans out of their community we build homes in their community. We create new and enduring Christian families where God is the head of the household and a “mama” – a widow who has committed herself to the service of Jesus Christ – cares for eight orphans. She loves and raises the children as her own, guiding them in daily devotionals, helping them with their school work, and shepherding them to adulthood where they can become productive members in society.

Orphan Sponsorship


Sponsoring an orphan through Every Orphan’s Hope is $31/month. Our goal is to match each child with a community of 12 sponsors who work together and with Every Orphan’s Hope to provide orphans with a legal guardian (a loving “mama”), as well as healthcare, food, clothing, and an education. Each sponsor not only builds a personal relationship with their sponsored child, but also with the other sponsors of their child, giving an orphan who has lost everything a loving, extended family. Sponsors also have access to our private Facebook groups where they can stay up-to-date on their sponsored child.