Since 1959, as a Christian child welfare organization, we have been supporting children in need around the world and campaigning for their rights. Our goal is achieved if she and her families can lead a life of dignity and good future prospects – without poverty, misery and violence. Almost two million girls and boys are currently supporting, protecting and involving Kindernothilfe in 31 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. How we do that you will learn here.
The organization Kindernothilfe was founded in 1959 to enable a better life for poor children in India. In the meantime, we are one of the largest non-governmental organizations for development cooperation in Germany. Our work is supported by around 313,100 donors, 1,000 volunteers, the Kindernothilfe Foundation and sister organizations in Austria, Switzerland and Luxembourg. Since 1992, we have received the DZI donation seal annually for the responsible handling of donations . In 2016, in the transparency test of Phineo AG, commissioned by Spiegel Online, we were awarded first place in terms of vision and strategy, activities and impact.
Düsseldorfer Landstraße 180
Respire Haiti was founded by 24 year old Megan Boudreaux. After previously visiting Gressier only one time before for 45 minutes, God began working in her heart. Later, when she returned to the United States, He began to pull her heart back towards Gressier and its children. In December of 2010, God gave Megan a vision for this community and their children. With so many children not attending school and so many families struggling to provide for their kids, she moved to Gressier permanently in January of 2011 and began helping the children and people of Gressier.
Route National #2, Bellevue Mountain
Restavec Freedom Alliance is dedicated to providing relief for restavec children, children who are ‘given’ to families and used for slave labor in Haiti.
BEM is a CT registered 501c(3), and is the parent organization that provides services and hope to the folks in the southern peninsula of Haiti. Through the work of the very dedicated staff, many programs are supported – churches, schools, school sponsorship, clean water, orphanages (www.helohaiti.org), microloan, etc. The Restavec Freedom Alliance is a new program to provide relief to the restavec children (those children that are ‘given’ to other families for slave labor). We plan to provide for a stable home, education and assistance for these lost souls.
Windham, CT 06280