What we do
Our mission to help
We provide educational opportunities and disaster relief assistance to poverty-stricken children in developing countries.
Through relief efforts and academic resources, these children become empowered to grow into independent adults who will then become supportive leaders in creating a self-sustaining community.
The mission of Child United is to pursue the following principles:
Child United wants to inspire the younger generation through educational opportunities and advancement and to instill a sense of hope for their future.
The focus is on learning and helping youth establish goals and following through on their commitments for education.
Child United promotes education as a means of getting out of a cycle of poverty.
Child United wants to expand the perspective of young people to make them aware of life and its possibilities.
An individual is dramatically influenced by their support system including family, friends, and the overall community.
Child United hopes to surround youth in a caring, inclusive learning environment.
Where we've helped
Child United has helped children and their families in the following countries:
What we've accomplished
Personally delivered more than ten thousand relief bags to devastated survivors of natural disasters in the Philippines, 2009-2014.
Fundraised and helped build a learning center in Cavite City, Cavite, Philippines.
Monetarily assisted and provided shoes to children in a devastated orphanage in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake.
Provided roofing materials to more than 350 households in devastated areas of the Philippines.
Provided a dozen Philippine schools with thousands of educational books for study.
Personally delivered school supplies to children in Uganda, Cambodia and Laos.
With the help of hundreds of volunteers, Child United sent two shipping containers filled with donated supply goods from the U.S. in 2009 and 2013.
Sponsored and provided monthly scholarships to 14 children in Pangasinan, Philippines.
Provided more than a dozen laptops and computers to a children’s center in the Dominican Republic.