This page provides an alphabetical listing of information on some of the organizations featured in our stories.

All Nations – A worldwide evangelism, church planting, and training ministry based in Kansas City, MO.

Carry the Future – A grassroots organization started by a California mom whose heart was moved by the plight of refugees and who founded a nonprofit to provide baby carriers to refugee parents of young children arriving in Greece. Her approach to providing cost-effective, face-to-face, heart-to-heart service to refugees is low-cost, volunteer-oriented, unique, and worthy of imitation.

Girls Hope – providing a home and education through college for academically capable girls ages 10-18 who are at risk due to poverty, neglect, or a harmful environment.

Pennsylvania Women Work (PAWW) – Based in Pittsburgh, PA, a statewide nonprofit dedicated to providing training and job opportunities for women (and men) returning to work after an extended period of non-employment due to family crisis or extended illness.  Free job-readiness and computer classes are offered to the public in 14 locations around the state. Pennsylvania residents – to find a program near you call (412) 742-4364.

Oaks of Righteousness – an inner-city ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Albany, based in Troy NY. Offering worship, teaching, food, and fellowship to the families of Troy.

Slavic Gospel Association – Founded in 1934 in Chicago by immigrants from Soviet countries, SGA is an international charity with offices in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and England as well as the U.S.  SGA provides Russian-language Bibles and Christian literature, education and training, church planting and church workers, children and youth ministries, humanitarian aid, and ministries to orphans in the nations of the former USSR.

Tumaini Academy, Sololo, Kenya – Established in 2010, Tumaini Academy is sponsored by the Kenya Christian Education Partnership, who maintains their website and raises funds in support of the school and its students.  Tumaini is regionally recognized for academic excellence, and provides students with books, uniforms, and at least one meal a day in addition to a quality education.