My connection is through a fellow faculty member who knows the Dr. in charge. I have seen the fantastic work they do for people in dire need. From nite lamps to food to education, this organization is beyond words.
Humanity for Children is a fantastic non-profit for the following reasons:
1) The organization is committed to making a change for those less fortunate in a way that is a sustainable. Teaching someone to fish is much better than bringing them fish. Their methods invests in people to create a better life through their own efforts, not the non-profit's. This provides a since of responsibility, pride, and confidence in how they can keep on improving their life through their own efforts and commitment.
2) Once the seeds of progress is sown, others learn these basic tenants and the process/benefits are multiplied.
3) The groups commitment is outstanding. The members of HFC are humble and energized to making a difference. The commitment to making it happen and follow up is key the to success.
The combination of the right people, the right process, and humbleness makes this group one that I will keep investing in.
I am so thankful that my Westminster students (and my own children) have had the opportunity to volunteer with Humanity for Children. Working with HFC in Rwanda and Tanzania has been a life-changing experience for them, primarily because HFC presents such a fine model of what it means to be a global citizen, devoted to improving the lives of others. I hope I have the opportunity to serve with HFC someday, as well!
Humanity for the Children goes places where even the most basic healthcare is simply not available. it's very sad knowing the distances mothers and their children must walk to get this basic care. We feel like HFC is serving a vital need in these underdeveloped countries.
Tim & Susie Rupp
Susie and I had the opportunity to visit Africa several years ago and were stunned by the abject poverty we observed while there. We were saddened by the very high mortality rate for children. When we became aware of the mission of Humanity For The Children, we knew we wanted to become involved. We have been very pleased to know that our contributions go to building a sustainable health care system. Whilethe system is very basic by our standards, it is miles ahead of what was available before. HFC is making a difference!
This is one of two nonprofit that I will give it to because they get 100% of the donation to their cause! This organization makes a drastic difference and the lives of children in Africa. They run their organization Efficiently and give experiences to their volunteers that are not otherwise available. Everyone involved in this organization is very passionate about the cause.