The Impact You Made Through International Children’s Fund
The Impact in 2022
- We provided nearly 1.6 million nutritious meals to those at risk of starvation.
- We drilled 15 new water wells providing safe drinking water to an estimated 40,000 villagers who did not previously have access to this vital resource.
- We supported numerous agriculture and animal husbandry projects providing sustainable food supplies for our missions, orphanages, and the communities they serve.
- We delivered more than 3.8 million doses of medicines to treat people with illnesses ranging from malaria to AIDS.
- We distributed 33,000 insecticide treated mosquito nets to protect against malaria.
- We provided deworming and jigger eradication to thousands of children.
- We supported the construction of school and training facilities in Togo and Liberia along with the supply of large quantities of schoolbooks and educational materials.
- We made significant progress on the construction of a Girls College in Liberia which will empower tens of thousands of young women to break the chains of poverty and gender inequality.
Together We Make A World of Difference
Although we should be proud of the progress that we made in 2022, we continue to face many critical needs. Regular giving helps us support our missions in their effort to make sustainable improvements in the lives of desperately poor children and their families. We call these donors Hope Ambassadors because they help ICF to provide hope to those who truly face life and death needs in Africa, India, and Pakistan. Please consider becoming a Hope Ambassador.
Every gift, no matter how large or small, is an answer to our prayers and an investment in the life of a child. From the bottom of my heart, I thank you for your continued prayers and financial support.
Thank you and God Bless, Dr. David Bruenning Founder/Int’l Director
See children fed, educated, and empowered.
Become a Hope Ambassador
Paul states in 2 Corinthians 5:20 that “we are therefore Christ’s ambassadors, as though God were making his appeal through us…”
It can be easy to skim past this verse, but the historical context of an “ambassador” brings a wealth of meaning. Such ambassadors or delegates, whether Jewish or Greco-Roman, came with the authority of the sender, in his place, to secure his interests. The reality is, God is making his appeal through us, and wants to secure His very own interests.