Charity can become toxic when we fail to empower the receiver to experience the joy and blessedness of giving. I went to Cameroon to visit a sustainability project at HOTPEC orphanage. This orphanage has been in operation for 20 years and we believe the time is ripe for the orphanage to start giving to the surrounding community. Our nonprofit is providing the seed capital for micro projects that will meet specific needs in the community and in exchange the community will pay for these services and the money earned will be used to run the orphanage. We are looking to raising the standard of the school the orphanage is already running, we will be providing a library that will serve the entire community.
Paul the Apostle said, "In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive."
You can help us to empower this orphanage so that they too can experience the blessedness of giving. Buy one chicken, it will cost less than $5, you can buy a pig for less than $60 or provide playground equipment for the school. You can give some books to the library or paint the interior of the building. All donations will be tax deductible. Going can be another way to give! Inbox me if you want to participate in taking the toxin out of charity.
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