From Surviving to Thriving: Maliam’s Story

Maliam was born to a mother, crippled and incapacitated by mental illness, and a grandmother who is very old. 5 children before Maliam had been strangled by her mother in moments of total mental breakdown, yet no one had done anything…

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More Than Relief Work

  This little Nicaraguan girl is 12 years old, and her family is so poor that she was taken out of school to dig through a dump in Léon to find items of any valu for their family to use or sell.…

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Ripple 2015 Chef Voting Contest

This year, we will once again be bringing in Tulsa’s top chefs to cater the three course dinner for an unforgettable dining experience . But this year there will be a bit of a twist! The chefs from last year’s event have each nominated a few…

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Hope for Shubroto & Shujon

Shubroto and Shujon are brothers. When they were really young, their father left them and stopped providing for them and their mother. Their mother worked in a garment factory to provide for her children. However, she was recently fired without reason after…

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Hope for Shojib – Project Bangladesh

Four years ago, Shojib’s father died of a stroke. This plunged Shojib and his family into deep poverty. Shojib (7) is the youngest of seven children. His two older brother’s work to help the family to survive while his mother babysits.…

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Katherine – House mom to Eight girls

  Meet mother Katherine! She is one of our house moms in Uganda to 8 of our little girls. Katherine is also a seamstress by trade and makes all of the children’s uniforms. This past November, we had the opportunity…

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ReVision – Recasting Vision for the Fatherless

Why ReVision? Because in the U.S. alone, over 25 million children are fatherless, and we aim to fill a part of that void. This epidemic not only leaves many without a father figure in their life. It creates serious consequences for…

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Meet Halima

Halima was only 3 years old when her father was killed in a tragic car accident. Her mother had no source of income to support the two of them, so she moved to Dhaka to work. Halima and her mother live in…

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Hope for Ayesha – Project Bangladesh

  Ayesha is a Muslim girl who was only a baby when her father left. Her mother remarried, but her new stepfather refused to take her, and her father abandoned her. Ayesha went to live with her grandparents. Her grandparents…

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Activity Center has officially opened in Bangladesh!

On September 1st, our school and activity center opened in Bangladesh! It’s located in the heart of the capital city, Dhaka, which is the  largest city of Bangladesh. The need is overwhelming, but we are thrilled our project is up and running and…

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No Child should Choose between Education and Food

No child should have to choose between finding something to eat for the day or going to school. Yet this is the reality of so many children in the village surrounding our project in Lira. In response to this great…

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