• The Dream Project The Dream Project


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Mission Statement

Deliver: family environments for orphaned, abandoned, and impoverished children.

Restore: children holistically, through education, Christian discipleship, and mentoring, emotionally and spiritually.

Equip: with vocational training and teaching life skills. Equip them physically and intellectually.

Activate: local adults and children to help others in their communities out of spiritual and physical poverty.

Mobilize: individuals and teams to join The Dream Project on location. Equip missionaries to go into the mission field. Provide long-term mission support.


The Dream Project places orphaned and vulnerable children in Mozambique, Africa, in family environments. We raise them to be leaders who will bring hope to their AIDS and poverty-stricken nation to invest in their quality of development. We train these children to be Godly leaders in their communities. They are equipped to help others out of physical and spiritual poverty, and to bring hope and healing to their nation. We are surrounded by a countless number of children who live in extreme poverty. We aim to assist and strengthen their families, many of whom are led by widows with basic needs, such as schooling, identity documents, medical help, food, prayer, and provide what we have been given to give. Vulnerable children are at risk of being malnourished, being trafficked, or being forced into prostitution, or slavery. We have land in Mozambique, Africa with a home for 12 vulnerable children, as well as housing for staff and volunteers, a church, a kitchen, a water tank and tower, storage, and an area for community children to play. We do daily teaching about Jesus and seek to respond with hope to community members who are just trying to meet basic needs. We also have over 50 children in our regular programs and want to help so many more.



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