Join The Global Orphan Project on a Vision Trip and experience first-hand the challenges and beauty of the Orphan Window. This is a special opportunity to spend time with children in the care of our local church partners and learn about job-creating businesses, all against the backdrop of the sights and sounds of Haiti or Uganda.
Support local makers
The GO Exchange helps workers around the world earn income through dignified work. The unique marketplace features many wonderful products made in Haiti and Uganda. Learn more about how you can join in the Exchange and help support local makers and strengthen families.
GO Family 5K: May 17
Run or walk to help orphaned and abandoned children in the annual GO Project Family 5K Saturday, May 17th, in Parkville. After the race, stay for great prizes, a hot breakfast and kids’ activities. Join us for a morning of fun and exercise benefiting kids in need around the world. Registration opens March 15th!
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.Give
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 a trip
Trips offer the opportunity to personally engage with our partners and experience the heart of Orphan Care.Take a trip
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.Learn more
GO Project: A Story of Transformation
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Our financial controller, Debbie McMullin, likes to say that, “Any day we wire funds to the field is a good day at GO.” We had such a day this week, as $167,000… Read More
Whether you like NPR or not, this eight-minute story about the life of Izidor Ruckor, a Romanian orphan, contains two great truths. The first is that parents matter. In… Read More
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