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THRIVE is a powerful word that clearly articulates the experience of the children entrusted to our care.

Our core focus is execution, moving away from institutional orphan care to enable and empower our children to “thrive, not just survive.” Thrive is a bold statement that describes our mission, not just this fiscal year, but since our founding. This is what we value and what charts our future course, because every child deserves to be loved with dignity and individualized care.

We look ahead with hope and excitement as we begin to replicate our model program, through a regional plan, on a national basis.

LEADING THE CHARGE TO PROVIDE ARVs TO AIDS
ORPHANS | CASE STUDY

In March of 2003, Former President Jimmy Carter and Bill Gates Sr. (representing the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation) traveled to South Africa to meet with President Thabo Mbeki, Former President Nelson Mandela and South Africa health authorities and learn about the scale of HIV/AIDS crisis, influence government leaders across sub-Saharan Africa to address the AIDS pandemic, and raise awareness about the ethical value of making Anti-Retroviral treatments and Nevirapine available to HIV positive patients and orphans...

A Problem with Two Simple Solutions

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With a home and supervision, the future for our children looks bright. Education improves, normalcy returns and children thrive. Every dollar supports more homes and more children.

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What does love look like?
It has the hands to help others...
feet to hasten to the poor and needy...
eyes to see misery and want...
and ears to hear the sighs and sorrows of men.

Saint Augustine