DREAM PROJECT wrote -The founder and director of The Dream Project provides humanitarian medical care and received the National Humanitarian Award from the American Academy of Physician Assistants.
Give the Gift of a Dream! Reaching our goal of $120,000.00 in 2015 will enable us to provide:
Up to 12 orphans and vulnerable children with shelter and houseparents in our family-style residential children's home.
Mentoring, teachers, coaches, food, clothing, shoes, Christian education, tutoring, art/music lessons, and sports during the coming year.
Income to 21 Mozambicans enabling them to take care of their children and families.
Full scholarships for 3 youth to attend university.
Scholarship for 1 staff member to attend an intensive leadership school in Mozambique with Youth With A Mission
Full vocational training scholarships to more than 6 older youth.
Food, medical assistance, and housing repairs for 3 widows and their children.
Begin a business initiative to teach older youth vocational skills and to help the orphanage be more self-sustaining.
A relief fund to aid community members when they are in crisis, such as rebuilding the house of a widow with HIV that has fallen over.
Identity documents, school matriculation fees and school supplies for over 50 impoverished children who otherwise may never learn to read and write.
Christmas and Childrens' Day celebrations for over 50 children and family members.