What we do

The Global Orphan Project is a global Orphan Care and Orphan Prevention ministry. We work with local churches to provide family-based care for orphaned and abandoned children in their communities. We also launch businesses and sponsor schools to help keep families together.

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Student from the Koncko school

Run for Orphans

Join us for a morning of fun, family, and exercise benefiting children, and chickens at English Landing Park. Sign up for the 5K run, 2 mile walk, or FREE Kids' Run! After the race, stay for a hot breakfast and kids’ activities.



Spring into Spring

Get ready for Spring with Sseko Sandals! These beautiful leather sandals, made in Uganda, feature interchangeable fabric straps that can be styled in hundreds of ways. Sseko sandals are made by talented young artisans, and each purchase helps them further their education and continue on to university.

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The Global Orphan Project: transforming lives through orphan care.

Care for a child


Help care for orphaned and abandoned children by giving monthly. 100% of your donations to our Orphan Care programs go to our orphan care work.


Start a myGO project


myGO is an online tool where you launch your own global orphan project that supports something important to you, from chickens to basic day-to-day care for kids.

Start a myGO

Go on an adventure


Adventures (trips) offer the opportunity to personally engage with our partners and experience the heart of Orphan Care.

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Host an Exchange


The GO Exchange is a global marketplace that changes the lives of children, local makers, and buyers and sellers like you. Join in by hosting an Exchange event.

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The Global Orphan Project

GO Project: A Story of Transformation
Watch this and other videos on our Vimeo page.

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Smiling Girl

View all of our featured images and more in our Flickr gallery.

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She who was last shall be first

Mar 4, 2015  |  Marsha C.  |  Education, GO Africa, GO Project  |  No Comments

Here’s a little African educational primer for your context… In Uganda, the educational system is based on the British tradition. There are seven primary school… Read More

The Irish are a smilin'

Mar 2, 2015  |  Marsha C.  |  GO Africa, GO Project  |  No Comments

On a recent trip to Kabale, Uganda, our team was heartily welcomed by Hilary Byorugunda, Regional Manager for GO Africa and Church of Uganda Father’s House. He also… Read More

Top 5 weekend quips from Haiti

Feb 23, 2015  |  Trace T.  |  GO Haiti, GO Project, Trips  |  2Comments

I regularly borrow a prayer I learned from Mike Fox. It goes like this: "Lord, please let me live long enough to go to Haiti one more time." Jesus answered that prayer… Read More

Moving Buildings, Moving Mountains

Feb 20, 2015  |  Tate W.  |  Care Portal, GO Project, US Orphan Care  |  No Comments

In the video below, Jason Weber, a good friend and Christian Alliance for Orphans' National Director for Foster Care Initiatives tells an amazing true story about a… Read More

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