Boaz Project Inc
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review
Po Box 47188 Indianapolis IN 46247 USA
To have a positive and lasting impact on the spiritual and physical conditions of over 1,000 orphans in russia and india by providing biblical education, medical, personal, educational supplies and when needed, permanent christian homes.
Short-term trips to educate westerners about the plight of orphans in russia and india: tbp travels across the world to educate others about the circumstances of orphans in russia & india and encourages them to help tbp's mission by volunteering and/or donating to the cause. Five trips were taken in 2014. Forty americans traveled and served 690 orphans.
provide humanitarian aid in russia and india: tbp provides monthly humanitarian aid to the orphanages it supports. This takes the form of food, supplies, money, clothing, shoes, compassion and other forms to help the orphans enjoy some basic comforts of life. Approximately 690 orphans were served.
bible teaching in russia and india: tbp strives to teach orphans in russia and india the word of the bible by organizing various group activities and lessons. Approximately 110 orphans were served in 2014.
other programs include providing birthday and christmas gifts in russia and india. Education, tutoring and skill development programs along with other as needed programs such as baby nurturing.
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I've known Jim and April Jurgenson, founders of The Boaz Project, for 20+ years; they are full of integrity. Rarely do you meet people as passionate and creative about "defending the defenseless" as they are. The Boaz Project is a ministry to orphans AND their caregivers in Russia, India & Kenya. They've made a huge impact on the lives of hundreds if not thousands of orphans in desperate need. I unreservedly give them the highest recommendation.
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