As Child Champions are getting food out to the children, we’re hearing many reports of the food arriving in answer to prayers, and not a moment too soon.
In Haiti a mother and daughter reported that they had been without food for two days when they got a call from their Hope Center inviting them to come pick up food. In the Philippines, Reynoldo’s father lost his job as a taxi driver because of quarantine, and his mother told us that on the very day the food arrived their rice container had been emptied, and they had no money to buy more. Jared and Akiesha’s parents were also out of work because of lockdowns. They too had run out of rice, and they prayed to God for help. Later that day they received the news that Child Champions from their Hope Center were providing them with emergency rations. Their mother, Janelyn, told us she knows that God will never leave them nor forsake them.
We are accountable to the children we serve AND to our donors.
Our accountability to our donors is one of our highest priorities. Our goal is to use the funds entrusted to us as wise stewards. To do this requires continued monitoring of our fund distribution. OneChild is also a member in good standing with the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA)