Small Stories Sustain CarePortal

Every day, we at the CarePortal headquarters hear stories worth celebrating.  Some of these stories are really big, reflecting coordination and collaboration between multiple institutions to meet an urgent need that will otherwise result in family separation.  These kinds of… Read More

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On The Grid: Tier 2 – Transition

“If I had a flower for every time I thought of you…I could walk through my garden forever.” – Alfred, Lord Tennyson In our last discussion of opportunities to aid those transitioning out of the foster care system, we assessed the opportunities to provide physical… Read More

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Governor Commends Extraordinary Service of CarePortal Regional Manager

It is our utter excitement to share with you the recognition of CarePortal Regional Manager Sue Baird. In acknowledgment of her efforts in Pima County, Arizona, Governor Douglas Ducey issued a Certificate of Special Recognition for Sue’s efforts to aid local children and… Read More

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Missouri Woman in Awe of CarePortal Connection

It’s been our incredible privilege to hear stories from the field here in the U.S., revealing how churches are diving deeper into the child welfare system through CarePortal. We recently received the story of a Missouri woman who helped meet a need. She was haunted by a… Read More


Community Engagement in Kafunjo

On the hills of Uganda, there sits a parish seeking to invest in the lives of children and families. GO Africa, the GO Project sister organization in Uganda, is working with this church to strengthen families in the community before thoughts of establishing a residential center… 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


A Trip into the Orphan Window

As you respond to God working in your life and venture into the orphan window to truly live James 1:27, it’s fascinating how perspective changes. Before, you were immune to the orphan and the needs of the communities in Haiti caring for them in children’s homes. After, each… Read More

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CAFO Summit Happens Today!

Today and tomorrow, the Christian Alliance for Orphans (CAFO) is hosting its annual summit.  The summit is designed to equip Christians for deeper work in orphan care, offering a number of workshops and gathering spaces for like-minded believers.  Representatives from the… Read More

Generator Generating Jobs

Generating Jobs

In America, we don’t rely on generators much.  Sure hospitals, remote hunting lodges, and the like are exceptions, but for the most part, a generator is a nice-to-have here.  Power is accessible, reliable, and affordable.  Not so in many parts of the world, including… Read More


These Are the Steps to Reunification

The world of family collapse is messy. The moments and circumstances that result in child placement in the foster care system are messy.  These are known and understood.  However, the complexities to emerge out of the system also pose significant hurdles for a family… Read More