Our Partners
We bring to our partners resources that they do not have. We bring money. We bring leadership support. We bring friendship. We stand alongside effective local leaders and help them do what they are uniquely positioned to do in ways we could never do.
Furaha Community Foundation

Furaha Community Foundation
Huruma Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

Led by incredible Kenyan leaders and staff, the Furaha Community Foundation (FCF) is a community of hope. From its start as a tutoring group for a handful of children, FCF has grown to be a vibrant Primary School of 500 children grades pre-Kindergarten to Class 8, and High School of 150 students in 2014- on its way to reaching its capacity of 200 students. From the beginning days of a few volunteers to a quality facility and staff of over 50 gifted and committed Kenyans.

Foundation Bethesda Center
Jacob & Palma, Haiti

Current work in Haiti is led by Lucson Dervilus, a local Haitian, who studied for 2 years in the United States. Lucson grew up as an orphan himself. He wanted to come back to his home village in Hinche and surrounding small poor villages in Palma and Jacob to start a school for children who would never have a chance to be educated. Foundation Bethesda also runs a local church open to all from the communities around them.

Foundation Bethesda Center
Foundation Bethesda Center

Foundation Bethesda Center
Jacob & Palma, Haiti

Current work in Haiti is led by Lucson Dervilous, a local Haitian, who studied for 2 years in the United States. Lucson grew up as an orphan himself. He wanted to come back to his home village in Hinche and surrounding small poor villages in Palma and Jacob to start a school for children who would never have a chance to be educated. Foundation Bethesda also runs a local church open to all from the communities around them.

Esperanza Para Guatemala

Esperanza Para Guatemala
Zone 18, Guatemala City

Zone 18 is infamous. Infamous for all the wrong things – drugs, gangs, violence, poverty, darkness, despair, death. Yet the majority of its nearly 1 million residents are trapped through no fault of their own. Trapped with no way out. However, Jose Armas and his organization Esperanza para Guatemala are convinced that through education, vocational training, tutoring and the teachings of Jesus there is a way out for the children of Zone 18.

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