More than 600,000 people have fled their homes to escape the violence that descended on their communities. Women and children make up 70% of the 600,000 people displaced. People are deeply traumatized by the unspeakable violence they have survived. Most were forced to flee their homes within minutes, or risk being maimed or killed. All are now homeless and have nothing.


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Low administration is only one part of our story.

Every dollar counts because every person counts. The real story is in the outcomes your donations create for the poorest of the poor.

The impact of your gift continues year after year.

One gift from you keeps on giving for years to come as people share what they've learned with others in their community.

We're committed to the poor and to you.

Self-reliance for the poorest of the poor and accountability to you. These two things matter most to us.

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Celebrate the season with your friends through music and storytelling by Pacific Theatre. Purchase tickets for the Langley event on December 12, 2017. Purchase tickets for the Vancouver event on December 13, 2017.