Sarah’s Covenant Homes

(India) Children with developmental disabilities and neurological special needs are the most likely to be abandoned and least likely to be adopted children in India. We have urgent needs for neurologist, family physician, orthotist, speech therapists, occupational therapist, nurses, special educators, fine art teacher (studio art, dance, drama, etc.), sign language instructor, Braille instructor, accountant, missionary nanny. Blog

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ESAF Hospital and Research Centre

(Evangelical Medical Aid Society) We are a 42 years old, 100-bedded mission hospital serving a majority population of Muslims and Hindus in the Palakkad district of Kerala, India. We need committed Christian Medical Professionals, Physicians, Orthopedists, Pediatrists, Surgeons, Dentists, Trauma and Medical Emergency Trainers. Medical students considered.

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Missio Nexus

Born of a 2012 merger between CrossGlobal Link and The Mission Exchange, they are now the largest and most inclusive network of evangelical Christian mission groups in North America. They provide conferences, webinars, and other means of information exchange. Over 35,000 missionaries from over 190 agencies and churches serving in nearly every country are involved with them.

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Grace Children’s Home

(Andhra Pradesh, India) We care for abandoned children. We send them to schools and help them to live a better independent life. We teach them Christian principles and Word of God. There are many such children in India begging their food in roads, bus and railway stations. We welcome inquiries from volunteers. Sponsored by Christ’s Evangelical Mission

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Pearl Orphan’s Society, Mercy Home

(G.Pedapudi, E.G.Dt, A.P, India) Along the Bay of Bengal is a vast delta largely occupied by very poor farmers. Children rarely are educated, medical needs abound, water supplies are contaminated. A local pastor has taken it upon himself to try and change the situation. People with some skill in teaching, basic hygiene or health care, construction, water and sanitation help, are all welcomed to inquire.

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Ashirvad Home for Orphan and Street Children

50 children, between 5 and 15, at this time, more waiting for help with food, clothing, and shelter. We need volunteers who can teach English, games and crafts, and stories and songs from the Bible, or provide basic medical care. Med students welcomed.

30 children, between 5 and 15, at this time, more waiting for help with food, clothing, and shelter. Volunteers may apply: we need volunteers who can teach English, can teach stories and songs from the Bible, or provide basic medical care. Med students welcomed.

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Good News India

To transform communities in Eastern India, (particularly Orissa, Western Bengal, Jharkand and Chattisgarh) through Children’s Homes (called Dream Centers), Leper Homes (Cities of Refuge), Youth Conventions and Strategic Leadership conferences.  Our desire is to create a great organization through a great commitment to the Great Commandments and the Great Commission.

  • At present there are 26 homes and 2520 children orphaned or destitute. We are seeking individuals willing to take mission trips of two weeks or longer to help in the office (computing/data) or spending time at the homes.

 

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Silent Angels Children’s Home

Silent Angels Children’s Home and Charitable Trust (Tamil Nadu, India) We care for tiny tots and bring them up in nearby schools for their physical and mental education. Currently a non-residential project, since we lack a permanent house, so children are kept in Church members’ residences. We welcome volunteers and missionaries and families to support and encourage us.

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