The GOD'S CHILD Project

A nonprofit organization

About The GOD’S CHILD Project

Founded in Bismarck, North Dakota in 1991, The GOD’S CHILD Project (GCP) is a non-denominational organization reaching children and families in intense poverty. GCP provides essential care for thousands of children, widows, single mothers and families in Guatemala, El Salvador, India, Malawi, and the United States. In addition, GCP’s Institute for Trafficked, Exploited, & Missing Persons (ITEMP) prevents and rescues victims of human trafficking. 

Dedicated to sustainable and permanent changes, GCP has established an international presence in these poverty-stricken countries by providing education, healthcare, basic needs, emergency disaster relief, human rights services and family care. GCP’s efforts create stability and growth in broken areas of the world.

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Casa Jackson for Malnourished Infants

#GiveAtHomeMN is the perfect opportunity to help us save lives at Casa Jackson Hospital for Malnourished Children.   

Starving babies like Santiago are brought to us around the clock. They desperately need your help to come back from the edge.  

Casa Jackson Hospital for Malnourished Children saves severely malnourished children from starvation-related death and the long-term effects of malnutrition.  The GOD'S CHILD Project is a non-denominational 501(c)3 organization dedicated to giving children and their families a path out of poverty and providing life-saving care.

When the tiny infants arrive, their first need is volunteers who can hold, wash, and feed them as they struggle for life. 

Then they need your prayers and financial support. Give today on  #GiveAtHomeMN, and save the lives of children in need.

Please, DONATE TODAY and save lives.

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The GOD'S CHILD Project

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8085 Wayzata Blvd
Golden Valley, MN 55426



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