Our 2018-2019 annual report is far more than a financial impact statement.
Rugged individualism is deeply prized in western culture, but for Ronne Rock, there is more value in community, in family. In fact, should you spend much time at all with Ronne, you will surely hear her reminder that, “We’re all in this together.” It is this reminder, this commitment to care for the forgotten, that led Ronne to Orphan Outreach nearly ten years ago.
On June 10th, 2019, the Early Childhood Education Center (ECD) opened its doors for the first time in La Paz, Honduras. This program has been a long-held dream meant to further expand the NiCo program, providing educational interventions for pre-school aged children. While the program has only been in operation for a few months, its impact has been overwhelmingly positive and it has the entire community buzzing with hope.
The sound of water trickles playfully throughout the courtyard at the Community Care Center (CCC) in Chimaltenango, Guatemala. A colorful rock sits quietly at its base, proudly displaying the word “Paz” in a child’s careful print.
We are honored to count Ronnie Mosley—a humanitarian photographer with a heart for the vulnerable and a passion for story—as a friend. He has traveled to almost every country we serve, gathering images and heartfelt moments. His website, CapturingGrace.org, is where you'll find inspiration upon inspiration. We're sharing part two of his two-part series today—the story of hope found in brokenness in a former naval port. You can read part one here!
Have you ever thought about traveling to India on a mission trip? Hear directly from the trip participants and India Director about why you should go. #orphanoutreach #india #missiontrip