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Holistic Care for Orphaned & Vulnerable Children

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Hope for Tomorrow

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How It All Began

Global Orphan Care Since 1997

Our Story

Holistic Orphan Care

Spiritual Care

Spiritual Care

Anisha received her very own Bible, a treasured gift. She carefully turned the pages and traced her finger over the life-giving words. She keeps her Bible safely tucked away, and carries it proudly with her to weekly Bible study. She is prayed over and with by her caregiver, and she loves to express her joy by singing loudly during worship. Anisha is exploring her own belief system, and she is beginning to understand that she can go to Jesus whenever she is hurting.

Physical Care

Physical Care

David sat wide-eyed in the doctor’s office taking in all sorts of machines he had never seen. This was his first visit, but it will not be his last. David now has regular medical and dental care. He falls into a cozy bed at night, and lays his head on a pillow with his name lovingly embroidered on it - he has a place to call home. For a child who has dealt with food insecurities for most of his short life, he now has reliable nutritious meals with fresh fruits and vegetables, and he has clean water to drink. Beyond that, he has caregivers who are with him, caring for him and meeting his daily needs.

Educational Care

Educational Care

Maria, a fierce young woman with drive and focus, has teachers taking an interest in her. She is able to name her educational goals for the future, and she now has tutors telling her “you absolutely can do it”. When Maria gets stuck on a complex math problem, a tutor comes to her aid. For the first time in her life, she is being encouraged to pursue her passions and hobbies. All of this tells her that she is worth it. She is destined for big things. She is seen.

Emotional Care

Emotional Care

Marcus is young, and he is hearing and learning the wounds and trauma he has experienced do not define him. And those wounds do not remain forever. He is learning that healing is available. He is learning, that he is absolutely worth the one-on-on time with an adult who wants to hear about your day. He has safe counselors and therapists to work with him on healing his hurt places. As Marcus grows, the hope is that he will trust and believe God and the chorus of supporters who say he will succeed in life.

Social Care

Social Care

Antonio, Carlos and Juan are learning there is a great big world out there, and they have a place in it. They are developing skills and talents that have been asleep inside of them: music, art, and athletic ability. They are taking risks, joining teams. They are learning practical life skills like how to enter a restaurant, navigate a menu and order what they want. They are taking responsibility and ownership for their home and space by keeping it clean and helping with chores.

We see glimmers of hope every day. No story is too dark. No obstacle is too big. Every child is worthy. Our God is a father to the fatherless. He is the great Rescuer.

Care for Today. Hope for Tomorrow.

Back2Back Ministries is an international Christian non-profit organization dedicated to being a voice for orphans. We exist to love and care for orphans and vulnerable children, by meeting their spiritual, physical, educational, emotional and social needs that they might overcome their life circumstances and break free from the cycle of generational poverty.

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