Packing a shoebox sends a message of hope, letting kids know that God loves them and has not forgotten them during this time of fear and uncertainty.
An army of Australian organisations and celebrities are calling on the Australian government to increase its international support in the COVID-19 crisis.
A week after the deadly explosion in the Port of Beirut, aid organisations now need Australians’ support more than ever to help the struggling nation.
African Enterprise is reaching out to communities with the love of Jesus, knowing that no mask can silence the Gospel and its eternal hope for this nation.
African Enterprise South Africa are delivering food, face masks and the Gospel message to those struggling most in lockdown conditions.
In an unprecedented medical response, Samaritan’s Purse have set up two emergency field hospitals in Italy and New York City – running simultaneously.
Sanitation is so important, the United Nations recognised it in their Millennium Goals, setting a number of targets for communities around the world.
World Vision is rushing to deliver plane loads of life-saving aid and to protect children at risk of abuse, in the wake of Cyclone Idai in Africa.
When Queenslander Tim Buxton and his wife felt called by God to the Middle East to work with people in need, they had no idea what was about to erupt.
African Enterprise’s Street Children Program connects local churches to disconnected children, restoring their dignity and equipping them with life skills.