I sang for our GIs in the Vietnam War. There I saw children rummaging through garbage for food. A mother held out her hand and said, "We starve. Please, Lady." For years I carried the image of that poor mother and child. I wanted to help people like her but I didn't know where I could give my money and be sure it would do some good. Then I came in contact with David Livingstone.

Cristy Lane (Gospel Artist)

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New Website LaunchedSince 1986, All About Orphans has been reaching the lives of many around the world through disaster relief efforts, mission trips, Summer teaching programs, pastoral conferences, and total care orphanages. All this is made possible by the generous donations of our supporters.

Today we are excited to announce the launch of our new website. With an all new layout and theme, we hope to provide a better experience for you while you visit. You will find information about our various projects, upcoming events, and ways you can get involved. We will soon be adding more pictures and videos so you can see first hand how your support is touching lives around the world.

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Devastation Without Warning PDF Print

On April 30th I personally visited the disaster area in Tuscaloosa, AL to see what we might be able to do to assist in relief for the families and businesses who lost everything.

I was in Mississippi after hurricane Katrina and saw the devastation there, but the residents there had hours of warning before the hurricane hit and hours during the storm to evacuate or prepare for the winds and waves.  In Alabama the residents only had minutes of warning before the vicious tornadoes hit with total destruction.

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Message From Dwain PDF Print

So many children around the world are abused and misused by adults. The cries are sometimes just a whimper, other times they are held inside because of fear of further or more severe abuse.

Traditionally, people assumed children would be protected by adult members of society. What a sad tale on many societies, including the United States, that children as young as three years of age must now be taught to protect themselves from perpetrators of the violence and abuse that have become a part of daily life in their homes and neighborhoods!

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