Orphan Care/Children’s Homes

Generosity Trumps Haiti Turmoil

March 1, 2019

Hunger doesn’t wait for a boat filled with food to arrive. It gnaws at your stomach, leaves you listless and detracts from your ability to learn. That’s especially the case in Haiti where ongoing protests are making food even more scarce while inflating prices. Unfortunately, ER partner House of Hope has 100 mouths to feed […]

read more

Accreditation Boosts Kid’s Home Impact

December 9, 2016

Since opening almost three years ago, Extreme Response Asia’s Manila Children’s Home (MCH) has provided exceptional care for neglected and abandoned boys. Late last year the MCH has achieved a new level of accreditation that will allow it to serve these vulnerable youngsters even more effectively. MCH Executive Director John Basiwa (pictured at right) and […]

read more

African Hope Trust Fulfills Cape Town Kids’ Need for Love

July 31, 2016

Alyssa Carrel recently returned from a brief stint as a volunteer with ER partner African Hope Trust. Here she details its work with vulnerable children and its plans to build a new safe house. My time at African Hope Trust was brief, but oh how refreshing. I struggle to adequately describe what it felt like […]

read more

Belwop Kids Wreck the Hearts of Volunteers

February 23, 2016

“Every human should be able to sleep on a mattress.” – Travis Clark Would you travel 9,500 miles – each way – at your own expense – to have your heart wrecked by some orphans? That’s what happened to eight volunteers from Canvas, a San Francisco-area church, when a team led by lead pastor Travis […]

read more

Toto’s Success Inspires Scholarship Program

February 4, 2016

(Feb. 4, 2016) My name is “Toto”. I am 12 years old Grade 2 student. Today I live at the Manila Children’s Home and my life has changed a lot. I was a failure in my education. I failed three times during my childhood years; once in Kindergarten and twice in Grade 1. I failed […]

read more
Dawn with Masi Girl

Bringing Hope to People in Africa, Asia & Latin America

November 23, 2014

By Jerry Carnill, President & CEO , Extreme Response International I’d like to share a personal experience that shook me to my core, an event so powerful that I think about it often. During my first visit to Malawi I met with potential Extreme Response partners. Malawi was in the midst of severe drought and famine, […]

read more