This is what empowerment looks like. See the lives of vulnerable children who were once homeless and hungry, transformed into healthy, respected leaders impacting entire communities in Rwanda.
Cheering erupted amongst the hundreds of ZOE children gathered. As of November 27, 2018, $12,415 has been raised by over 1,800 children to donate back to the ZOE program. The children-now donors-are grateful and generous young people; this is the definition of empowerment.
Gaston Warner, CEO of ZOE, talks about how doing less for orphans actually creates space for them to do more.
Watch how together, we can end the cycle of poverty through empowerment.
“I am happy to give part of what God has blessed me with through ZOE. I am now empowered to help others in my community and beyond. I have learned that it is more blessed to give than to receive.”
How do you measure empowerment? One powerful action taken this year by 510 young people in the ZOE Kenya program reveals what true empowerment means to ZOE.
“I give freely from my store to the children in my community but if they make it a habit, I will give them a job.” How Maggie…
Grace has transformed her life through ZOE and now transforms others.
Cecelia had a dream when she was living on the streets after her father passed away. To own a pair of shoes. If she had shoes, she would not be ashamed to attend church.
Submitted by Wil Posey, Associate Pastor of First UMC Hickory On one of our last travel days in India on a ZOE Vision Trip, my team and I…
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