Food for Hope Home Orphanage in India
In 2017 we partnered with Pastor Ravindra Babu of India to provide food for children living in the Hope Home, a ministry of Vision of Hope Mission. Many of these children have lost one or both parents, and depend on the Hope Home for the basic necessities of life, including food, shelter, clothing, and family life.
Blankets for Bangladesh
Brazil School Project
Serving our neighbors in Brazil, we launched our first international mission program providing Brazilians with free English classes. This critical skill will support them in their missions work and provided them with an edge in job qualifications. With the support of our partners, this funding provided a monthly salary for two English teachers.
Back to School Hygiene Kits
We would like to thank Kroger in Groveport, Kroger on E. Main St. in Columbus, Reynoldsburg Family Dental, and Nationwide Children's Hospital for their support of the Adpot-a-School mission of Fresh Wind Worship Center.
Consider the Poor helped to facilitate contributions and donations to this community event that put together back-to-school hygiene kits for Ohio Ave. Elementary School. On Monday, October 26th, these kits were delivered to the school by representation of Fresh Wind, Children’s Hospital Columbus, and Consider the Poor.
Over 60 children were presented with bags donated by Children's Hospital, filled with basic hygiene supplies including under garments, brushes and combs, toothbrushes and toothpaste, deodorants, soaps, and wash cloths. Fresh fruit were also included in their packets. These basic gifts met a major need as 99% of Ohio Ave. Elementary School students live at or below the poverty line. Days after the event the children were still found smiling and talking about all they received. And what a blessing to see them happy! Oh the joys of those who are kind to the poor!
Ohio Ave. Elementary School is located on the east side of Columbus, OH. 80% of the students come from single parent homes and 99% of the students live at or below the poverty level.