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.
By Moms. For Moms.
Tell your Mom you love her with a beautiful necklace or scarf made in Haiti or Uganda. This April only, Papillon jewelry and hand-batiked scarves at The GO Exchange are 25% off when you use the coupon code MOM. Happy Mother’s Day, from our family to yours!
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.
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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