The Orphan's Ticket Home Fund was designed with the sole purpose of providing an orphan with the means to get home to their permanent families.
No one is surprised by the fact that international travel is not cheap. This fund allows churches, families and communities to assist a child
on their physical journey to finding a family. A secondary purpose of the fund is to help orphans to gain exposure to people that wouldn't
normally have the opportunity to spend time and visit fatherless children in order to show them how truly wonderful these children are.
The two programs that the Orphan's Ticket Home Fund directly impacts are:
- Welcoming Angels: America World's hosting program was designed to benefit both prospective adoptive families and orphaned children waiting
waiting for their family. Over the course of 2 - 4 week stays in the United States, groups of four to six older children (ranging from ages 6 - 12)
not only get the opportunity to experience family life, but they also get the opportunity to advocate for their own adoptions, as well as global orphans, simply
through their presence in America. For more information regarding our orphan hosting program, visit our
Welcoming Angels page.
- His Little Feet: Our partner organization, His Little Feet is a travelling children's
choir with the purpose of advocating on behalf of orphans and, at the same time, facilitate opportunities for Americans to respond to the needs of
children through various means. While in the States for 8 months, each group of orphaned children participates in a Life Training Academy where they
receive training in a variety of topics, ranging from academics to life skills. As these children perform songs, hymns, and dances for area churches
they not only glorify the Lord with their mouths, but also by their action of traveling halfway around the world to encourage support of vulnerable children.
If you have any questions or would like more information about this fund or any components of it, please contact us at (800) 429-3369, or you can become an orphan advocate