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The Child You're Supposed to Have
The RainbowKids Get Involved area has been developed as a centralized resource to find quality charities and organizations that work with orphans and vulnerable children throughout the world, with a focus on smaller organizations that are making a direct impact on solving the issues that contribute to the institutionalization and suffering of children.
These organizations may be doing work to strengthen communities, provide educational or direct child sponsorships, intervene with medical care for children in families struggling to parent and keep their children. Some train nannies and caretakers in orphanages, and others fund projects and bring hope in ways that are various and innovative. The purpose of Get Involved is to bring their stories to YOU. Every person can bring hope, health, and healing to another who is deeply in need.
The following organizations have graciously shared their work with RainbowKids over the past year. If you know of a non-profit organization doing great work with orphans and vulnerable children, let us know. There is no cost to join RainbowKids Get Involved...We only seek to support those who are doing good work for families and vulnerable children.
Project Helping Hands/ Latin America and Sub-Sahara Africa
One Sky/ China
Love Without Boundaries/ China
Nuestos Pequenos Hermanos/ Latin America and Haiti
English Alive Academy/ Ethiopia
Maranuyundo Girls School/ Rwanda
Spoon Foundation/ Kazakhstan, India, China
Food for the Hungry/ Global
Project Peanut Butter/ Sierra Leone, Ghana, Malawi
Caterina's Club/ USA
One Simple Wish/ USA
Gotta Have Sole/ USA
Eyes on Nepal/ Nepal
Adoption Ministry 1:27/ Ethiopia
Bring Love In/ Ethiopia
Grace Center Foudation/ Ethiopia
Gan Sabra/ India
Orphan Outreach/ Global
Alenah's Home/ China
Hope and Homes for Children/ Eastern Europe and Africa
"I wasn’t given the same opportunity to grow up where I was born"
On his personal blog about adoption, fatherhood, and lessons learned, WACAP CEO Greg Eubanks shares about the relationship he and his youngest son have been working to recreate. With his son’s permission, he offers a few thoughts, with hindsight and from
Learning about Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI)
A mother recounts meeting her daughter's Korean foster mom 11 years after her adoption.
Inhale slowly, then exhale and allow your mind to follow your path to its ultimate end
"There was no real reason for me to cry, but my body just acted in the moment, and the next thing I knew, I was crying,”
Avoiding the Pitfalls