Europe: Bring A Child into a Home!

Every city in Europe has street children, also known as homeless children or orphans. These children live and work on the streets without adequate health care and education. Unfortunately this is a global problem and is escalating. Most of these children are victims of abuse, abandoment, family disintegration,social unrest and neglect.

Did you Know…?

  • 8 million children around the world are living in care institutions.
  • 80% of children in institutions are not really oprhans and
  • 4 out of 5 children in institutions have one or both parents alive.

Imagine your child being taken from you because you struggled to provide them with the lifestyle you always wanted to give them. Thankfully, we can help prevent this and bring children back to homes.

Organizations such as Hopes & Homes for Children, help displaced children have the chance to grow up  in a safe and secure environment by a loving family.  Organizations such as these help in closing childcare institutions and help reform childcare systems within Europe. Services provided by these organizations give hope to the poorest children in the world and provide them with the chance to grow up in the love of a family and the security of a home. With these organizations abandoned, vulnerable or orphaned children can get a new chance so they can fulfill their full potential.

Now is the time to become involved with a charity to help bring the children in Europe into a safe, warm, loving home. And you can help reunite children with their family members by simply getting involved! Help Today! 

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