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A Different December – Because of YOU!

We live in a time of increasing division. Yet there is a buoyant counterforce at work that is joyful, hopeful and transformational. And it’s manifested when people from all walks of life connect to provide opportunity for children our world has left behind.  Our goal… Read More


Giving Tuesday | Giving the Orphaned and Vulnerable Hope

[embed]https://vimeo.com/242969045[/embed] Pierre's story isn't unique. His single mother was unable to support her four children, leading Pierre into the care of  one of our Haitian orphan care partners at age 10. Pierre has overcome significant trials and obstacles and is… Read More


Photo Update: New latrine at Biggarouse

Pastor Elysée Jean and the children at Biggarouse are praising God for progress on the construction of the new latrine at "Big House". "Sometimes we take for granted how something as simple as a working toilet can radically impact a child's ability to develop healthily,"… Read More


Children helping children

By Taylor Burdiss, CarePortal intern The CarePortal network includes churches of all sizes, ages, and demographics. The common thread that binds these churches is the longing to serve local children and families in crisis. No need is the same. No response is the same. In… Read More


Welcome to the Family

By GO Fellow Sarah Herrera Latremblay is a village under the care of ever-enthusiastic Pastor Claude. A practical legend amongst his own community and many others, Claude has a passion for loving the orphan because he was one himself. Growing up the victim of a broken… Read More


Chickens, Children, and Chests

For the last seven years, GO Project and friends have gathered at English Landing Park for our Family 5K/2 Mile Walk/Brian Boyd Kids’ Fun Run.  One year we ran for chickens…money raised from the event went to provide poultry to dinner bowls of beans and rice.  For fun, we… Read More


The Great Wall of China. Living Bigger than Ourselves.

Yesterday we had the opportunity to stand on the Great Wall. I've heard the facts...a wonder of the world; it can be seen from space, took hundreds of years to build, stretches a distance longer than from LA to NYC, etc. I had even stood on it nine years ago. The memory of this… Read More


The Halliburton Story Update

In April of 2014 Melvin and Keisha Halliburton received an email that a 14, 12, 9, and 5-year-old siblings in their neighborhood needed a home. GO Project invested funds with World Harvest to renovate their home so they could meet State regulations for foster parenting. They… Read More