Inspired donors.
Empowered projects.
Reaching humanity.

For 2023, we have vetted and approved 7 grassroots programs available for financial support.

Little Drops

support neglected and destitute elderly


$26,424.47 sent of $31,609 annual goal

Home from Home

support family-based model of permanent foster care

South Africa

$15,548.31 sent of $19,737 annual goal


support victims of trafficking


$17,338.14 sent of $21,132 annual goal


support child surgeries and FGM awareness


$15,893.92 sent of $23,937 annual goal

Project Suma

 supports victims of sexual exploitation

 (formerly Word Made Flesh)


$16,750.00 sent of $25,000 annual goal

Valley Light Home

 love and care for 34 children in children’s home


$17,481.07 sent of $24,984 annual goal

Agni Raksha

provides holistic burn prevention and treatment


$26,874.32 sent of $42,216 annual goal

Critical Project Needs

Your gift here allows us to allocate it where most needed to the projects above.  When we send quarterly wires to the projects, we draw from this to close the gaps.


Operational Expenses

fueling the process that honors the gift


*includes restricted funds given by donors and designated for this purpose

1% raised of $325,000 goal

Our Commitment to You

We want you to see the ways in which your investment is being used.

Your direct impact

For each gift you give, 75% goes directly to project grants and unique due diligence services, and 25% supports the infrastructure to evaluate projects, facilitate giving and provide responsible oversight.

Our Financial Accountability

Accountability and transparency is of utmost importance to us.  Our 990 and Annual Report detail our financial statements.

View all financials here

Our Process

We vetted every project through a rigorous process which includes monthly reports, quarterly financials, site visits, and donor reporting through bi-monthly newsletters & our Annual Report.

“It is an equalizer among us that each one of us can be a ladder as much as each one of us needs one at times to lift us out of the broken into the beautiful.”  Naomi Zacharias, Executive Director