Global Vision. Local Care.
At the Global Orphan Project, our goal is to set traditional, institutional vulnerable child care models aside and connect our global family to a shared vision to care for kids in crisis and prevent child abandonment.
Our combination of ministry initiatives explained below provides a complete, holistic and healthy response to caring for orphaned and vulnerable children and their families. The focus on asset-based community development in family strengthening, family models of care and catered transition plans for every child defines GO Project’s signature ministry model both domestically and internationally.
Strengthen families through job creation, education and community support.
Through our fair trade apparel company, GOEX print + apparel, we provide strong jobs that improve the lives of the workers and communities we touch in Haiti and in Kansas City, Missouri with the goal to break the orphan cycle through the dignity of work.
We offer culturally relevant family-strengthening and orphan prevention programs that equip families with basic financial management skills, job skills and spiritual healing.
We provide community support to children and families affected by the child welfare system to people who want to help, through our online platform called CarePortal.
Equip local church leaders in 12 countries to develop local solutions in response to the orphan crisis along the entire spectrum of care and provide local, family-style care to kids that need it most.
Equip kids aging out of orphan care with the skills necessary to transition into adulthood. We have a Transition Academy in Haiti and in India, with many others in the works. Transition Academy sewing program graduates have the opportunity to interview with GOEX print + apparel.