International
grants

We work internationally to serve youth with disabilities and families with programming that meets basic needs.

The Foundation is working in Africa, Central America, and India to serve youth with disabilities with rehabilitative services and to serve families with programming that meets basic needs such as access to clean water, and economic and social resilience, and justice.

The Foundation supports a portfolio of select organizations, mostly Christian in world view and practice, working in Africa, Central America, and India to serve youth and families in the following areas:

  • Children’s Health programming serves youth in Africa with physical and intellectual disabilities by providing surgeries and therapeutic support.
  • Human Rights and Child Protection programming serves youth and families in India by seeking to end bonded labor and human trafficking.
  • Water and Sanitation programming serves youth and families in Africa and Central America by providing access to safe water.
  • Youth and Family Empowerment programming serves youth in Africa by supporting families and providing youth enrichment.

The Foundation receives applications for international grants by invitation only.

40
grants made
35
million dollars granted
79960
lives impacted annually
Spring Lake, MI | $2,300,000.00
CURE International – 2019

Funding for the CURE Ethiopia Children’s Hospital, which provides youth with orthopedic care.

international
2019
Mechanicsburg, PA | $1,900,000.00
Hope Walks – 2019

Multi-year funding for organizational support and Ethiopia specific support to provide clubfoot treatment to children in developing countries.

international
2019
Stafford, TX | $5,110,000.00
Living Water International – 2018

Multi-year funding to support WASH implementation in Uganda, Zambia, and Nicaragua, which will bring clean water to communities.

international
2018
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