We focus where the need is greatest. From the shanty towns of Africa, South America, Asia, India, or elsewhere, to victims of domestic violence and the homeless in our backyard, we partner with local organisations in helping to change lives in their communities.
Grace to be Born is a maternity home and nursery providing a temporary shelter for unwed pregnant mothers and an orphanage for children born there. Grace to be Born is a haven for babies to be born in and a place where their mothers can have a chance for emotional and spiritual rebirth.
Our foundation has assisted in supplying nappies and providing one-on-one coaching services with the girls through our counseling provider Positive Breakthroughs.
Kindle Africa Empowerment Initiative is a development initiative dedicated to improving the socio-economic conditions of vulnerable women and children in Africa by providing opportunities for formal and informal education towards self-employment.
Our foundation has helped provide funds towards school fees to help with children’s education.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Children’s Home in the province of Batangas, Philippines, is a home for socio-economic deprived young girls.
Our foundation has assisted through financial assistance for the children’s education and providing educational materials and relief goods.
We provide mental health services for marginalised communities who otherwise may not afford them. For example, we have provided free counseling to the Yazidi women Isis kidnapped through our counseling service Positive Breakthroughs.
Domestic violence is when someone uses physical force or controlling techniques to gain power over a member of their family. It can happen between partners, parents and children and even between brothers and sisters.
Contrary to popular belief, domestic violence can take several forms:
Domestic violence can happen to men, women and children. It can happen to couples in same-sex relationships, and can also happen in any cultural group, socioeconomic group, and religous group.
If you are being abused, there are a number of steps you can take:
If you have experienced sexual assault or domestic violence, please reach out to a licensed therapist near you via www.therapyroute.com.
Alternatively, contact our counseling service Positive Breakthroughs by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to see if you are eligible for low-cost or free crisis counseling.
Remember, you are not responsible for the violence done against you. You have the right to be safe. You have the right to choose who to tell and what to tell.
Please reach out to a domestic violence organisation near you.