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From One Child to Another® began in 2010 by eight-year-old, Natasha Leininger.  Natasha felt God calling her to help when she learned about poverty and orphans in need in Africa. In faith, she responded to that need by combining her passions and talents to raise $25,000 to help the children in Uganda by building a school for these kids to have a good education. Many other children have responded in faith and have joined the efforts to help children around the world in various ways - through water well drilling, building schools, churches, and a children's village.

4 young sisters developed a heart for the children of Uganda and believed with God’s help, they could do anything. Their childlike faith has inspired kids across the nation to step out in faith to serve others and share the Gospel of Jesus.



When the 2010 earthquake hit Haiti, many families lost their homes, their source of income, and loved ones. In 2014, Mercy’s Threads was introduced to assist two villages, one in Gressier, the other in Deye Mon, located in the southern peninsula of Haiti. The hand-embroidered works of art, created by the residents of Merci de Dieu and Deye Mon, offer them a chance to begin their own self-sustaining small businesses. 



A Christian ministry organization acting as facilitator in assisting Christians who are called of God to meet the physical needs of poor people around the world and empowering them as they earn the right to minister to their spiritual needs.

Harvest International


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