GIRLS' HOME (PAKISTSAN)

Goal - $52,329

Our partner in Pakistan runs a girl’s home, serving as a hostel for 40 orphaned and vulnerable girls. The girls are recommended to the home via local pastors. Most girls have a living parent but come from difficult homes, including abuse or child bride. They live with our partners during the school year, receiving care, discipleship, nourishing food, health care, and education. They experience value and worth that women in Muslim cultures often lack. In the summers or holidays breaks, they return to their family. It is common for them to be malnourished, sick, and often depressed upon returning due to the conditions at home. Our partners disciple hundreds of children through their weekly Sunday School. They also minister to families in brick slavery. Every year they redeem a woman from slavery.

AFTER-SCHOOL CENTER (BANGALORE, INDIA)

​Goal - $18,620

 (un)adopted partners with a husband and wife who run an after-school program for children in the slums of southern India. They run their program seven days a week and serve 150 children. The husband also serves as pastor for the local church where the children attend with their families. Many of these children still have a parent or guardian but come from impoverished and high-risk situations. This after-school center provides a safe place to hear about Jesus, receive nourishment, and strengthen their education.

They assist with homework, offer Bible studies, and provide a safe place for kids to play. They offer health checkups for the kids twice a year. Around Christmas, (un)adopted partners with this ministry to gift the children with new shoes.

GIRLS' HOME (CHENAII, INDIA)

Goal $54,100

(un)adopted partners with a  children’s home that opened in 2007 in Chennai, India, and started with 3 girls who were rescued from difficult circumstances. Today they are in a new home location – moved there in 2016 – and can house 19 girls. They seek to provide a safe, clean living condition for girls that are orphans, or vulnerable children, along with an education through high school. This home also have 5-7 staff members who serve the girls and have been with them for several years.


GLOBAL EDUCATION

Goal - $20,000

Global Education is Lifeline's newest endeavor to provide resources to in-country teams and partners around the world! As our ministry serves over 29 countries through adoption and (un)adopted, our heart at Lifeline is to ensure that local believers are not only aware of the orphan care crisis in their community and what the gospel teaches regarding our involvement, but also are equipped to do the ministry the Lord has called them to do.

Through Global Education we are empowering the local church in each country by providing training, education, resources, and curriculum that they will be leading out in their own communities. Global Education will provide the means to support our partners all over the world through our various ministries at Lifeline.

(un)adopted® partners with two ministries in India, a Girls' Home in Chennai, and an after-school center in Bangalore. Aside from our partners in India, (un)adopted partners with a Girls' Home in Pakistan. For their protection, we have chosen to not share their names.

We are excited to have the opportunity to share specific ways you, your family or your church can come alongside these ministries! Your generosity will play a crucial role in the care of many vulnerable children around the world!

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