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Your Impact

This is what it looks like when you choose to live with less so they can live with more. This is your impact in 2018.


*While financial details on this page represent income for the New Zealand financial year (Apr 2018 - Mar 2019) only, the accomplishments detailed represent the combined efforts of all our affiliate offices.


World map with Thailand marker

You worked in migrant communities and amongst refugee populations to provide greater access to education and health care, while also investing in the training of migrants to gain employment so they can financially support their families.

4,198 Patients Treated. Rural communities are benefitting from the increasing standard of healthcare provided by local health workers through Lay Tong Ku Health Center.
From refugee to sewing trainer. Read Gee Sam’s story.
1,707 Days For Girls Kits Produced. Not only do you employ women from migrant communities to sew them, but the kits they’re making are helping restore some dignity to those receiving them.
580 Refugee and migrant students supported. For children who have suffered from the effects of war and poverty, the community-based care you help provide means they have the chance to go to school.


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As human right abuses continued in Myanmar, you provided food for those displaced by conflict, while also investing in better health care, education and farming practices in communities recovering from decades of war.

151,529 Instances of relief delivered. That's the number of separate times in 2018 that help was given across Myanmar, otherwise known as 151,529 times you delivered love.
2,172 Children in Education Initiatives. That's 2,172 kids who will grow up educated and able to provide for their families, potentially breaking the cycle of poverty that conflict and oppression create.
Ready for the next challenge. Read Saw Lay Taw's story.
307 Agricultural training attendees. That means there are now 307 farmers who who are using what they learned to feed their families and training their neighbors to do the same.

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much."Helen Keller


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As almost a million Rohingya are still living in limbo in some of the largest refugee camps in the world, you’re still there providing life-saving relief, medical care and education support to families who have lost almost everything.

2,400 Infant Nutrition Packs Distributed. From red (severely malnourished), right past yellow (slightly malnourished) through to green: healthy baby! That is our goal. These nutrition packs get us there.
Full Tummy and Ready to learn. Read Ibrahim’s story.
6,504 Family food packs delivered. That is enough to feed roughly 32,500 people for weeks. You paid that ginormous grocery bill.
98 Sanitation Solutions Installed. Ever wonder where thousands of people in a refugee camp use the bathroom? Privately and with dignity, wherever you've helped install one of these, that’s where.


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Care for children orphaned by war, food for the victims of bombings, schools destroyed by ISIS rebuilt and reopened. These were just some of the ways you brought God’s love into one of the world’s most devastating conflicts.

41,600 People served
hot meals.
In cold weather, nothing tastes better, except maybe your mother’s chicken soup. And to a hungry child, all food is comfort food.
924 Students back in one rebuilt school. What ISIS destroyed with hate and closed for five whole years, you rebuilt with love that will keep multiplying every single year.
Finding hope when all seems lost. Read Majd’s story.
6,100 People given access to health care. The newly-rebuilt clinic has a queue of patients out the door almost daily and our hospitainer is on the road. And with one of the only dental clinics for miles, your love makes people smile. Literally.

Learn to do right; seek justice.
Defend the oppressed. Take up the cause of the fatherless; plead the case of the widow.Isaiah 1:17


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Described as the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, the impact of Yemen’s civil war is beyond comprehension, with 8 million children going hungry every day. Although just a drop in an ocean of great need, you entered into this crisis with us to provide food to hundreds of starving families.

3,693 Food Parcels Distributed. Sustainable development is always the goal. But when people are hungry, they just really need to eat. We find the hungry and show up with big bags of groceries.
Hope Amidst
great loss.
Read Sameeh’s story.


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As the last strongholds of ISIS fell, you were there to bring healing and hope to communities who have been left deeply scared. You met those still displaced with food parcels and trained trauma counselors to begin healing the hearts of the youngest victims of a brutal conflict.

236 Family food packs distributed. Even on the run or in a refugee camp, when a family can cook a meal and eat it together, they are reminded of home, and that they belong to each other.
50 Children provided trauma care This is Hard with a capital “H”. And Hopeful too. Kids traumatized by the violence done to them by ISIS go through 3 months of trauma care with professionals and come out on the other side talking, smiling a bit more, even playing.
They walked for seven days. Read Hinda’s story.

Thank You. 344,621 times.

2018 was an incredible year that was only made possible becasue of our amazing global support community. Thank you for giving, praying and fundraising to fuel our work with children and communities affected by conflict and oppression.