Love Cradle International
 
 

Equipping and helping orphans for life.

 
 
 
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There are over 100,000 orphans in Ukraine.

The estimated number of orphans globally currently reported by the UNICEF and the World Health Organization include:

17.6 million children worldwide have lost both parents (“double orphan”).
150 million children worldwide have lost either one parent (“single orphan”) or both parents.

Missing From the Estimates

One of the greatest weaknesses in these global orphan estimates is that they include only orphans that are currently living in homes. They do not count the estimated 2 to 8+ million children living in institutions. Nor do current estimates include the vast number of children who are living on the streets, exploited for labor, victims of trafficking, or participating in armed conflict.

 

Join us in caring for them.

 
 
 
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Host a Child

Host a child at Christmas and provide them with a safe, nurturing environment where they can meet Christ, see family life, and more. 

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Sponsor a Child

For $50 a month, you can help an orphan child with his/her needs.

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Fundraise for LCI

Use your skills, resources, and platform to raise support for LCI. Dream a dream for the sake of orphaned children in Ukraine.

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Donate to LCI

Support our work to love and care for orphaned children in Ukraine. Your donations help us provide and care for children in need.

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We're helping orphaned children thrive.

We've helped children find adoptive parents, provided education and training, and cared for them physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

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about us

It started with a prayer.

Love Cradle International started with a prayer.  In 2000 a young, single Ukranian woman looked around her at homeless children all around Ukraine.  She saw them living in the sewers in the belly of Kiev, in cities around Ukraine sleeping on the above-ground heating pipes for warmth after they tore away the asbestos insulation.  She saw them dressed in rags begging for food and money at the “Metro” stops.  With tears in her eyes she asked God “What can I, a single woman with very little resources, do about this?”

 
 
 
 
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