" No one has ever seen God; but if we love one another,
God lives in us and his love is made complete in us. "
- John 4:12 NIV -
Mohamed Nabieu speaks at USG Strategy Launch for Advancing Protection and Care for Children in Adversity
On June 17th, HCW's Mohamed Nabieu spoke as the opening keynote speaker at the US Government's Strategy Launch in Washington DC, Advancing Protection and Care for Children in Adversity , its new five-year Strategy to advance protection and care for the world’s most vulnerable children. The Strategy envisions a world where all children thrive within protective, loving families, free from deprivation, violence and danger. USAID, along with the U.S. Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor and State and the Peace Corps are committed to ensuring that investments for the most-vulnerable children and families are comprehensive, coordinated, and effective in helping place partner countries on a journey to self-reliance. 

Mohamed spoke of his own experiences growing up in the residence of the Child Rescue Centre. He emphasized the importance of the CRC transition from residential to family-based care because "real solutions happen when families are involved and can take care of themselves and their children."
Dr. Laura Horvath, Mohamed Nabieu, and Melody Curtiss at the USG Strategy Launch
The recording of his presentation will be available from USAID soon. Please email Melody if you would like to be notified when it is available . We will be sharing it across our social media platforms and website.

Until then, please take a look at the Children in Adversity website and strategy.
Registration is now open for Rising Tides: The Future of Global Missions!

Super Early Registration prices are available until July 15 - you can get an ALL ACCESS PASS for just $59!

Join us in the greater DC area on September 6-7, 2019 as we gather with influential voices in child welfare, public health, and short term missions to explore how we can lift all boats with programs that raise the tides in these fields. Presenters will be covering topics on global public health and development, program sustainability and community development in developing countries, how to do short-term missions meaningfully and ethically, and the evolving role of child welfare programs in the care of orphans and vulnerable children as a part of the movement to deinstitutionalize​​.


Registration is now open for the 18th Annual HCW Benefit Golf Tournament!

Please join us for a fun, inspiring day of golf and fellowship on Monday, September 9th at the 1757 Golf Club in Dulles, Virginia as we participate in this classic event to support Helping Children Worldwide, the Child Rescue Centre, and Mercy Hospital. Get involved today!

Interested in participating in the tournament this year? Check out the participation sponsorship levels available - from individual players to teams of 12, there's something for everyone!

If you don't play golf but still want to support this exciting fundraising event, you can help every dollar raised go further by underwriting event costs - such as lunch, dinner, and even the practice green!
Helping Children Worldwide's SPECIAL EDITION Magazine is available now! This issue features not only our Spring 2019 Magazine, but our 2019 Impact Statement and 2018 Annual Report. Read this issues online today or email Melody to request a copy be mailed to you directly!
Write to your CRC student!
The next mission team is leaving in July, so now is your chance! Our next mission team will be carrying letters with them to deliver to CRC students. To make sure your letter makes it over with the team, please send it to HCW no later than  June 30.
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After a lot of hard work, HCW is now published with the Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care! Click on the link below to read the article written by HCW's Dr. Laura Horvath, Mohamed Nabieu, and Melody Curtiss online today.
Opportunities to Get Involved and Do More!
Help Mercy
go Solar!
With the opening of the surgical wing, introduction of the electronic patient records system, and installation of the blood bank, Mercy Hospital needs guaranteed power to stay up-and-running 24/7.

YOU can help make that happen! If we can get funds raised to have solar power installed at Mercy Hospital, they will be able to keep everything powered!

Interested in making this happen?
Help HCW get
Top-Rated!
If you love our work then tell the world! GreatNonprofits -- the #1 Source of Nonprofit Stories and Feedback -- is honoring highly regarded nonprofits with their 2019 Top-Rated List.
 
Won’t you help us boost visibility for our work by posting a brief personal story of your experience with us? All content will be visible to potential donors and volunteers. It’s easy and only takes 3 minutes!
Double your impact!
Have you made a contribution to Helping Children Worldwide this year? You can make your donation do twice as much if your company matches charitable donations!

By participating in your company's matching gift program, you can DOUBLE or even TRIPLE your impact in Sierra Leone! Check out our web search to see if your company has program and get the process started.
Loving Father,
May I be your hands and feet today,
Bringing comfort, healing and care.
May I speak with your love,
Bringing hope, understanding and kindness.
May I carry your peace in my heart,
Bringing clarity, reassurance and calmness.
May each moment be filled with heavenly truth.
With you I am stronger, kinder and wiser.
Come lead me through each moment
And watch over my working day.
Amen.
May mission team members help local contractors build a patient treatment room at Mercy Hospital.
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