Child at Santa Madre Shelter after Fuego Volunteers play with kids at Santa Madre Shelter Medical care is provided to volcano victim A group prays after Fuego disaster, for all lost

The GOD'S CHILD Project

Org #6056 Vetted since 2010 Top Ranked Site Visit Verified
1991
year founded
$242,922
raised on GlobalGiving
7
years fundraising
1
projects funded

Mission

The GOD'S CHILD Project's mission is "to break the bitter chains of poverty through education, housing and healthcare." While GOD'S CHILD is rooted in education and health-care, we aim to support the communities we serve at every level of development. Through our wide range of programs, we help children and families living in extreme poverty to meet their basic needs and find a restored sense of hope, self-worth and human dignity. Religious affiliation is not a requirement for any program services.

Project Leaders
Patrick  Atkinson
Patrick Atkinson
Miguel Angel Alvarez
Miguel Angel Alvarez
Rina Lazo
Rina Lazo
Rebecka Keovoravongsa
Rebecka Keovoravongsa
Team
Patrick Atkinson
Organization Information
PO BOX 1573
Bismarck, ND 58502
United States
7012557956

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 8568632906
Organization Information
PO BOX 1573
Bismarck, ND 58502
United States
7012557956

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 8568632906

Projects (8)

Change a Life, Educate a Child
Guatemala / Education
Rescue a Malnourished Child in Guatemala
Guatemala / Health
Educate 300 Guatemalan Children
Guatemala / Education
Break the Chains of Slavery
Guatemala / Human Rights
Restoring Health to 5 villages in Guatemala
Guatemala / Health
 
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Project Reports

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Jul 13, 2018
Santa Madre Homeless Shelter
Santa Madre Homeless Shelter has been serving the community for more than 10 years.  The main mission is to provide a safe and secure roof for girls, boys, single mothers and homeless people, so...
Jun 19, 2018
An Inspirational Story
Clara is 15 years old, the young lady along with her brothers joined the Salvador program because of the economic problems that the family was going through, the father was an alcoholic and the mother...
May 21, 2018
Breaking the Chains
In 2009, the San Juan Alotenango dumpster was visited, it was there where this family met, it was observed that the children of the lady were helping to collect plastics there in the dumpster, because...
 
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