EPHRAIM FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL
- Children & Youth
- Crisis Support
- Education & Literacy
- Health & Medicine
LocationNormanNORMAN, OK 73071 United States
We aim to inspire hope and improve the quality of life of those in need around the world by providing medical aid and healthcare, promoting access to quality education and enhancing lasting infrastructures for community development. Through, The Ephraim Foundation International, our aim is to provide healing and hope through medical care, practical humanitarian assistance through food programs, social projects and community development. We will reach out to communities in need across developing and developed nations through educational programs, meeting health needs, sharing hope and building community relationships.
We are reaching out within rural communities in need across Sri Lanka through our LEAD children’s educational programs and The Joy House children’s home. Meeting health, nutrition, and immediate needs through our Helping Hands Initiatives. Supporting agricultural, livestock and small businesses with our Inspire Partnerships and sharing hope and building community relationships through our Hands and Feet Community Leaders program. We started a LEAD (Learning Education Access Development) Project to help school children in rural areas to continue education access. Medications were also affected by the recent economic crisis, and many needed their critical daily medicines for heart disease or cancer thus we provided funds to provide medications for people in rural areas who were unable to afford them. We also partnered with an organization locally that helps fund poor individuals and families to start or continue their agricultural and small businesses. With the funds, we have provided chicken coops/ chickens, repairs for tractors/ equipment needed for business, fishing boats, startup costs to start lunch shops and equipment for an elder home. The people we help are encouraged to give back what they are given to help another in need, thereby creating a continuum of giving and breaking cycles of poverty by supporting these rural businesses who would not otherwise qualify for a business loan.