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Orphan Care is a non-profit Christian mission, dedicated to the rescue of permanently displaced children, orphans and widows through third world church planting and orphanage outreach. Our mission is to restore childhoods in Christ as we reach out to meet their physical and emotional needs, and raise them to be disciples and leaders who bring about permanent change right where God planted them. Orphan Care is committed to helping wounded kids find their place in this world, through a blend of Christian social work, humanitarian aid and ministry. Our holistic approach begins by nurturing orphans in the cradle and ends with them becoming interdependent, contributing members of society.

our mission

Restoring childhoods in
Christ

Our Wises International mission is to rescue permanently displaced and orphaned children around the world and restore their childhoods in Christ as we raise them to be Disciples and leaders who bring about lasting change right where God planted them.

Raising a generation of
disciples in a desperate
world

Above all, our priority is to rescue children and raise them to know the love of Jesus Christ. We have a vision to fulfill the Great Commission through partnerships with indigenous churches as we disciple, baptize, and restore the lives of orphans and widows in Christ.

what we do

Food

Wises ensures that each child has more than enough to eat. Each home acquires food by growing it in gardens, receiving donations from members of the congregation, or receiving relief food in cases of emergency or famine.

Water

Wises does more than ensure that the orphan home has fresh, clean water. We also encourage the local community to develop a habit of coming to get clean water. The wells and filtration systems make life healthy for everyone.

Education

Every child deserves an education, especially if they have had a rough start of life. Every child who lives in a local Wises center goes to a good private school.

WORLD CRISIS
OF DRINKING
WATER

MEDIATION
& CRISIS
SERVICE

DISADVANTAGED
YOUNG
PEOPLE

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