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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Children & Youth, Homeless & Housing, Housing & Shelter, International, International Development, Youth Development - Religious Leadership

Mission: Missionary support

Programs: The mission of the organization is to proclaim the gospel as well as provide support to helping the poor

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I became involved with the Dream Project two years ago. The devotion of Julia Uliano to help the children and families of Mozambique convinced me to continue helping. I know of know other head of an organization to is willing to our herself in the most difficult of circumstances to better the lives of others. Also, they have excellent transparency with the Facebook page and email/snail-mail communications.

Review from Guidestar

6

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

My organization, SolarCyle, partnered with the Dream Project in Pemba, Mozambique, to distribute 45 solar cookers and over 300 sanitation units to local families. As a startup organization unfamiliar with Pemba, we relied on the Dream Project to help us get set up in the local community, find families to test our novel solar cookers, help us find translators, and navigate government bureaucracies. Julie Malacusky, the local project director for the DP, went above and beyond in helping us get settled in Pemba. Beyond that, everyone at the DP was a wealth of knowledge of the local community and always willing to help us out whenever we needed. Finally, the DP center provided a great diversion as the kids were always energetic and enthusiastic and up for a game of soccer or basketball. With the help of the DP, we were able to impact the the lives of over 2000 people in the Pemba community and grow our startup organization. I could not recommend the DP more highly to anyone thinking about working or donating.