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WE ARE ON THE MOVE
THROUGH YOUR SUPPORT!

To unlock opportunities for more youth in 2022, Orphan Helpers has set a goal to raise $300,000 in year-end giving between now and December 31, 2021.

Your Gift Will...

  • Provide life skills, Bible studies, and job-readiness training to more youth behind bars

  • Give education and entrepreneurial opportunities to more released youth seeking a brighter future

  • Expand the mission to Guatemala to impact more young livesre to begin editing.

WAYS to GIVE TODAY...

Mail a gift to: Orphan Helpers, 727 J Clyde Morris Blvd, Suite D, Newport News, VA 23601

Online: Click here to donate

 

Donate appreciated stock and never pay capital gains tax on the appreciated value. Contact your financial advisor or call our office at (757) 722-6940.

 

Contribute directly from your IRA account. For those 70 ½ years and older, contributions up to $100,000 are tax-free.

HELP MORE YOUTH ACHIEVE LIFE TURNAROUNDS...

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DIEGO

Diego, 23, is accomplishing what once seemed impossible. After being arrested, sentenced, and serving nearly three years behind bars in juvenile detention, he’s now a key leader in his local church where he preaches, participates in prayer groups, and volunteers on weekends. He’s also studying at a local university where he’s on track to earn his degree in business administration in just another year and a half. After graduation, he plans to start a small business. Diego is grateful to Orphan Helpers’ teachers and donors for pointing him to Christ and supporting him in pursuit of his goals!

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KARLA

Karla (left) grew up in an abusive home environment. At 11 years old, she’d suffered more than she could take and ran away from home. For the next five years, Karla lived on the streets until she was arrested and locked up in a Salvadoran juvenile detention center. The Orphan Helpers team of Alicia, Esther, and Johana (right) loved and supported Karla during her nine years of incarceration. They counseled her, prayed with her, and encouraged her. Now released, Karla is thankful for the love and guidance that she received then and that she receives now in her transition to adulthood.