We aim to work alongside local community leaders to mend broken relationships within the various sectors of society to reflect
God’s Kingdom.

To understand and address the underlying problems that cause poverty, we must look at communities through 12 different lenses, which we’ve identified as the “Twelve Areas of Transformation.”

Interested in funding a project in one of the “Twelve Areas of Transformation?” 

What do Community-to-Community relationships look like?

Agriculture & Animal Husbandry

Working with community leaders to assess the possibility of agricultural and animal husbandry projects and finding ways to implement them.

Arts &
Recreation

Helping communities identify how they can use the arts and recreational activities to facilitate income generation, mentorship opportunities, and healthy relationships.

Communications & Technology

Implementing new information technologies at CarePoints, as well as providing communication tools like the internet or computer training to children.

Economic
Development

Equipping individuals with resources like employment training, vocational skills, and income-generating activities, as well as community savings and co-ops.

Education

Equipping children with the resources to pursue an education that may otherwise remain inaccessible.

Family Development

Providing resources that equip parents to care for their children and empower individuals to navigate their own pain instead of projecting it onto others.

Government

Helping children understand and obey God’s laws and learn to self-govern their lives, as well as working with local leaders to build relationships with influencers who create change.

Health & Hygiene

Working with communities to identify areas of critical need in terms of nutrition, water, sanitation, and hygiene.

Infrastructure

Uniting community leaders to assess and develop viable solutions that enhance community sustainability, like building wells, irrigation systems, and solar-powered technologies.

Medical Support

Providing children with access to basic medical care, including regular physicals to screen for larger health issues and medication for those who are HIV-positive.

Nonprofits

Intentionally working with other organizations with similar goals and empowering local leaders to see their vision for their communities come to life.

Security & Justice

Working with in-country staff who are knowledgeable of local legal processes to become effective advocates for the vulnerable populations in their communities.

Transformation starts with you.
Learn how you can fund a project in one of these areas!

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