See Your Impact
We exist to break the cycle of abuse and neglect for orphaned and vulnerable children.
Children in unsafe conditions or who have been deserted need a safe place to be while efforts are made to discover ideal options for that child, such as family reunification, foster care, adoption, or otherwise. Our Certification Program exists to ensure that there are indeed safe places for children to be cared for. Understandably, because of corruption in the orphan care system, people often don’t feel confident in donating to orphanages because they question if their investment is truly helping the child. Using our “Thrive Assessment” based on the United Nations’ Rights of a Child, we do the work to ensure that the homes we work with are truly safe places with leadership focused on the well-being of the children.
With your help, we can ensure that there are safe places for all children as they begin the path toward stable families and a stable future.
We believe every child deserves to be in a safe environment.
We believe that there are selfless and honorable orphanage leaders wanting to best serve kids and their community.
We believe that caregivers hold the keys to positive experiences and growth while children are in their care.
The Thrive Process
Because we assess and certify orphanage leadership as effective, we make it easy for donors to see how their contribution makes a difference at the level of each individual child. They’re able to raise more money and get more support because donors feel confident that their contribution will be used in the best way possible.
One of the primary things we do at A Child’s Hope Foundation is assess and certify orphanage leadership as effective. We perform our Thrive Assessment, which tells us how the orphanage currently operates in relation to the 15 Rights of a Child or “standards of care.” From there, we can determine the most appropriate next steps by helping them develop their Orphanage Improvement Roadmap. This enables us to know the best places for donors to invest to make a difference. When donors know that they’re helping orphanage directors that are good stewards of their resources, they become much more likely to invest.
The certification process is structured as follows: