When you sponsor an orphanage you are choosing to sponsor a child. Your generosity will change lives by providing food, security, shelter, education, and the gospel to children in need. Thank you for your decision to pursue orphanage sponsorship.
When you choose to sponsor an orphanage, you are impacting a child’s life far beyond what you can imagine as your gift goes directly to one of the projects. If you’d like to get in contact with one of the orphanages please let us know.
Your decision to provide child sponsorship is a lifesaving decision for the children and their families. By sponsoring a child, you support our project centers for children. A decision to sponsor a child not only provides him or her with food security, but also with an education sponsorship that funds the uniforms and supplies the child requires to complete a high school level education. Some sponsors also take the opportunity to visit our project centers by participating in our outreach to children (VBS) Mission trips!
When you sponsor an orphan, you provide a safe environment where they can receive 3 meals a day and educational sponsorship that begins between the age of 5 and 8 years old and continues through high school.
Your sponsorship helps a child by giving them a home surrounded by the love of God during their childhood years. As they grow into young adulthood your continued support through high school gives them the chance to find their calling or passion in life and to learn how to build their own self-sufficiency.
This security allows them the opportunity to follow the path God has called them to. Some sponsors also enjoy the opportunity to visit by participating in our Orphanage work or outreach to children mission trips!
Connect. Choose a project to sponsor by either directly choosing the orphanage or clicking on one of the children below.
Contribute. Give to the project to change a child’s life.
Combine. Your contribution will be combined with other sponsors so that all children benefit.
Correspond. You can choose to communicate with the ministry project as you want.
The Glory Project serves God in various ways through compassion ministries & discipleship programs across Southeast Asia in church planting, child sponsorships, leadership development, and theological education.
Northern Myanmar. Opened April 2022
Southern Myanmar. Opened in 2014. Partnership established in summer 2022.
Eastern Myanmar. Opened 2016. Partnership established Fall 2022.
Central Myanmar. Opened 2018. Partnership established Fall 2022.
The decision to sponsor an orphanage through the Glory Project enables us to care for a larger population of children who cannot stay with their parents or guardians due to financial reasons or crisis. Through your support, you provide safety, shelter, food, and education to young children without homes or families to protect them.
Our orphanages are one of the newer ministries for the Glory Project. This ministry enables us to care for a larger population of children who cannot stay with their parents or guardians due to financial reasons or crisis.
When you sponsor an orphanage, you allow us to continue to grow this ministry and provide safety, shelter, food, and education to young children without homes or families to protect them. We are looking for orphanage sponsors so we can continue helping children in need.
Khun Zaw was the first in his family and village to follow Christ. After being forced out of his home, he is now back planting churches among his family and friends. Children in crisis are also being given a home to truly feel the love of Christ and be trained up to serve God. His brother came to faith at the home of a missionary from the United States and is also helping grow the church and reach the lost. God is good.
I have committed to the vision of this home because I desire to be a light of the gospel to these children. I hope that through my influence, each child comes to faith in Christ through my faithful living as I teach them and care for them.
To transform lives by the power of God through music study and performance; to set the worldwide standard for music education and music in the church
Ma Shwe Cherry arrived at the New Light Education Center late May 2021. She was born in 2014 and because we do not have a national registration card available, we are unsure of the month or day she was born. Her mom has passed away and her dad has been trying to raise her on his own. He is now no longer able to provide support and so Ma Shwe Cherry is with us. She just started 2nd grade.
Ma Shwe Tet Li arrived at the New Light Education Center in April 2021. She is currently in the 7th grade. We do not have any information about her birthday because she was born in a village that had no access to medical care. She is one of our best students and is becoming a great leader. Will you sponsor her as she continues to learn what it means to be made in the image of God? She has so many gifts and talents that need to be nurtured and developed. Jesus Christ can show her how!
Moses felt the call to care for orphans after reading the book of James. Since he began ministry, he has seen a church grow from just his family to now several families as the least are cared for and loved daily. Aung is one child who was unable to walk when he came to the orphanage, but now has been able to have his medical needs cared for and is a light to many in the village.
She is 17 years old and in the 11th grade. Both of her parents died from a tropical disease years ago and is from the famous Nagaland region of Burma. She loves to read the Bible and serve where needed especially in the community. She loves to write and hopes ot be a school teacher one day.
He is 13 years old and in the 5th grade. Both his parents died of malaria when he was only 8 months old. He is unable to walk properly and needs to go to a specialist to see what the issue is and most likely have corrective surgery. He loves to draw and loves math. He wants to be an Artist or engineer when he grows up.
She is 18 years old and is the 11th grade. Although her parents are alive, they could no longer take care of her because of how remote the village is. There is no school for her to continue her education. She loves to sing, cook, and play volleyball. Rachel wants to be a nurse when she grows up.
He is 17 years old and in the 10th grade. His dad is a pastor in a very remote village who has 8 more children. He is unable to care for all of the children, so he sent Robert to the Crown Orphanage. Robert has a strong passion for God and the ministry. He loves to ride bikes and wants to be an engineer.
He is 23 years old and a university student. He loves soccer and other sports. When he was 3 years old his father died of kidney disease and his mother left him all alone when she got remarried. He is now in the 4th year of university and works very hard in his studies so he can get a good job soon.
The children at Glory Orphanage have all arrived due to various circumstances. Some of the children are orphans, both of their parents have died. Others have parents who are struggling with drug addictions and can no longer care for them. And yet others have parents who cannot financially provide for them and so brought them to us. At the Glory Children’s Home we are working to provide these children with a safe environment where they can know the love of Christ and be given a brighter hope for the future. Would you consider supporting this project through the sponsorship of one of these children below.
What does a small village “bible school” look like? Just ask Mr. Seng as he started on in a valley where new believers have come to faith in recent years. He is now discipling these individuals to start churches in other villages without leaving the area where God has called them.Sponsor A Bible Student
Mr. Sai has seen hundreds trained at his community development center and family resource program. A farming co-op was established between 10 villages to help families escape poverty and better care for the education of their children. Through his efforts other church leaders have been equipped to faithfully lead their flock! Retreats for church leaders are held on a regular basis.Provided Resources
Khun Zaw was the first in his family and village to follow Christ. After being forced out of his home, he is now back planting churches among his family and friends. Children in crisis are also being given a home to truly feel the love of Christ and be trained up to serve God. His brother came to faith at the home of a missionary from the United States and is also helping grow the church and reach the lost. God is good.Support A Church Planter
Moses felt the call to care for orphans after reading the book of James. Since he began ministry, he has seen a church grow from just his family to now several families as the least are cared for and loved daily. Aung is one child who was unable to walk when he came to the orphanage, but now has been able to have his medical needs cared for and is a light to many in the village.Support Two Church Planters
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