Mercy Includes Shoes

Through the generosity of our friends and partners we are able to help people in many ways. Recently we provided sandals for the 450 children at the Home of Peace in Bangladesh. In places where families need to choose between feeding their children and basic needs like shoes, it is a blessing to receive the…

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Only One Meal a Day

The lockdowns are felt acutely in Bangladesh as most of the people who live in the rural areas are day laborers and are not allowed to leave their homes. Many families are getting by on only one meal a day, often just rice. Through the generosity of our donors and the help of our partners…

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Bangladesh – Food Relief

The Covid crisis in Bangladesh has forced many people to stop working and India has cut off imports to the country because of outbreaks of the virus. The massive flooding has destroyed crops, causing the food prices to rise drastically. Just $15.00 USD will purchase 35# of rice, 2# of lentils, 1 L of oil,…

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North and South Relief

In northern Bangladesh there is the Home of Peace that normally houses and provides an education for approximately 500 orphan and at-risk children from around the country. Because of the rapid shut down of busses and transportation for the Covid pandemic, 250 of these children were not able to make it home before the lockdown…

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Bangladesh: Home of Peace

In northern Bangladesh there is a children’s home that normally houses and provides an education for approximately 500 orphan and “at-risk” children from around the country. Because of the rapid shut down of busses and transportation for the Covid pandemic, 250 of these children were not able to make it home before the lockdown and…

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Bangladesh Relief: North and South

 In northern Bangladesh there is the Home of Peace that normally houses and provides an education for approximately 500 orphan and at-risk children from around the country.  Because of the rapid shut down of busses and transportation for the Covid pandemic, 250 of these children were not able to make it home before the lockdown and…

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