Some of the world’s best innovators live in the midst of poverty. When you give, you facilitate agricultural development,
encourage new businesses and help with environmental sustainability. Join the journey to enable people to generate income and support their families.
- Supports the Fellowship’s most pressing economic development ministry needs.
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Sometimes all people in poor areas need is initial funding to begin climbing out of poverty.
- Provides a cow or water buffalo in India for a struggling widow who can care for her family by selling milk because of this ministry started by Sam Bandela.
- Provides a sewing machine in India for a teenage girl or
widowed woman, who can make clothing to earn income and support her family because of this ministry started by Sam Bandela – one of CBF’s field personnel.
Often, people living in poverty don’t have skills to compete for limited job opportunities. Help CBF field personnel offer vocational training.
- Provides books for vocational training classes among Dom Gypsies in the Middle East.
- Sponsors a *Dom woman for one month to attend a vocational training program at a community center in the Middle East.
- Provides a sewing machine and training for a refugee at the
*Center of Hope in Uganda, where Jade and Shelah Acker minister among urban refugees.
- Provides for a Spanish-speaking teen from *LUCHA Ministries to attend a babysitting class (either online or in-person) in Fredericksburg, VA., where Grag and Sue Smith minister.
- Provides a scholarship through *LUCHA Ministries for a home-based, Spanish-speaking childcare provider to become certified in CPR, first aid, and AED in Fredericksburg, VA. where Greg and Sue Smith minister.
- Provides a one-year scholarship for a *Roma woman as she returns to school for job skill retraining in Slovakia, where Dianne and Shane McNary minister.
- Will sponsor a young person to receive a stipend for work as a junior intern at the "Touching Miami with Love Children's Summer Camp in Miami, Fla., where Angel and Jason Pittman minister.