Mission: Touch of love is dedicated to creating reUsable hope through the development of sustainable giving. We believe that each dollar, each prayer, each effort can be multiplied exponentially to help eradicate the bottomless pool of need that we are faced with all over the world. Touch of love encourages personal responsibility and dignity through micro-loans and education- helping each person become a conduit for change and an important link in the chain of reUsable hope.
Results: Our first village program, Al Koum Al Akhdar, and Our Second program in Naslet Hana are now both a completely self sustaining program that continues to grow. Three other villages nearby are also beginning to flourish and are well under way to becoming self-sustaining
Programs: ➡Touch of Love focuses on creating self-sustaining families and individuals.
➡partners with an already existing non-profit community organization
➡hires in-country personal
➡loan re-payment funds are reinvested in the community
➡each donation to Touch of Love continues to multiply on it’s own
~Education, work related training, and career counseling
~Medical assistance and training
I am honored to be on the board of this remarkable organization. With a mission to create sustainable hope in impoverished communities, Touch of Love provides micro-loans, education, medical supplies and teams, and offers our donors the ability to join travel opportunities for those who wish to connect on a deeper level to the work and the people. Approximately 80% of all donated money goes directly to those in need with 20% or less going toward administrative costs, advertising and travel expenses. This is an unusual opportunity to invest both time and funds in a way that continues to multiply and create an ongoing and multiplying means of escape from the lifestyle of poverty.
Touch of Love is dedicated to sustainable giving. We are convinced that that each dollar, each prayer, each effort can be multiplied exponentially and should not just disappear into a bottomless pool of need. By encouraging the idea of personal responsibility through micro-loans and education ("instead of giving a man a fish, teach him how to fish"), each person that is helped becomes a conduit for more to be affected. As a 501c3 non-profit organization, 92% of all funds are given directly to those in need.