2018 Graduating Class | Transition Academy

Allow us to introduce the GO Transition Academy graduating class of 2018! Thirty-one graduates received their diplomas on August 11, prepared and empowered to take on their next step. With skilled hands, sharp minds and persevering spirits, these graduates […]

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Should I take that Vision Trip?

David Nordhaus graciously shared his decision-making process and takeaways from a recent trip to Haiti. He joined seven other individuals in February 2018 to experience the orphan care and prevention initiatives of our partners in Haiti.
From experiencing urban […]

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Music in the Mountains of Haiti

When guests decide to go on a trip with us, they occasionally express anxiety about communicating and connecting in a place and culture unfamiliar to them. When Anna from Overland Park, Kan., traveled to Haiti with us in May […]

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Good News From Haiti | Joe Knittig, GO Project CEO

Hello, GO Family. Just a quick Haiti update and some perspective…
Things calmed down rather quickly after the protests I wrote about here.
The government and people in Haiti are sorting through their challenges. Every child in the care of our […]

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Unrest in Haiti | Joe Knittig, GO Project CEO

Written by Joe Knittig, The Global Orphan Project CEO
We’re grateful for the questions and concerns we’re receiving about the situation in Haiti. We want to thoroughly answer these questions, and take the opportunity to explain the everyday battle of […]

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GOEX is Better Work Certified

GOEX, our brand that cares for kids, is proud to be a Better Work certified organization. What does that mean? It means that our production facility goes above and beyond the highest labor standards internationally.
The Better Work certification is […]

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Standing with a New Mom of Ten

By Trace Thurlby, President of The Global Orphan Project — 
Meet Aunt Marie.
Aunt Marie started the year as a single mom living with her five children in Grandravine, one of the toughest areas of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Life was hard, […]

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CarePortal Region Goes to Haiti. You Can, Too!

“There’s a church in the community who cares for orphaned and vulnerable children.”
This ambiguous statement could be made of churches all over the world. These churches possess the same heartbeat, even though the location varies. For those of us in the […]

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100 Days After Hurricane Matthew

100 days ago, Hurricane Matthew left the shores of Haiti, leaving a trail of devastation in its wake. Matthew struck southwest Haiti as a Category 4 storm, with winds in excess of 145 mph pummeling the country. For those […]

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2 Minutes with GO | Jan '17 Quarterly Update

Life is busy. We get it, so in this quarter’s update Joe Knittig will share news about Hurricane Matthew recovery efforts in Haiti, a need for prayer in Uganda, and explosive growth through CarePortal in the US — all in two minutes . […]

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