Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 710
7512 44TH Ave Sw Seattle WA 98136 USA
To support grass roots humanitarian relief efforts
Project kenya. Supporting an orphanage with assistance so that they could provide nutrition and emotional development for hiv orphans under their care. Also support to a community project that will benefit children of the kampa tribe.
project afghan children. Assisted our local partner in support of a large home where he shelters and offers emotional support to orphans and provides a garden for the children.
project tibet. Support of three orphanages for abandoned children.
project gaza. Supporting projects that help needy children. Creating a vegetable garden for children
cambodia children's garden
usa childrens garden
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I love the work they are doing globally helping the world's neediest orphanages and children with essential supplies. Beyond that, they have discovered the real secret to creating lasting change is in establishing programs and projects that empower local communities, humanitarians, and individuals. They are building greenhouses and children's gardens that provide sustainable nutriition so children can go to school, providing food education, building vocational training camps, schools & nurseries. They educate on water sanitation, HIV prevention, poultry farming, and set up solar cooking programs. l like that their programs will have lasting impact. I am impressed that that 92% of their donations went to projects last year. Before donating I looked at their 990 and see they do not take any huge salaries. In fact I saw no salaries! I met the founder, Rick Montgomery who seems to be a true humanitarian. I'm happy to see this non-profit is growing and look forward to see their continued good works.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Seeing my donations go to amazing projects that help children worldwide
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
hope that word spreads so they can expand their work to more projects and good works.