In Luke 12:48, Jesus tells us, “From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked.” Sacramento Rebar has been greatly blessed, so we look to give back not only to our community but also to people
World Vision International
World Vision combines gifts from sponsors to provide assistance to children’s communities around the world, including new schools and hospitals, clean water, and job training. The ultimate goal is to see these families and communities reach a point where they no longer need outside help. World Vision also brings the Good News of Jesus’ love to every sponsored child through Bible studies, Sunday school classes, and spiritual counseling.
Sacramento Rebar, Inc. sponsors three children through World Vision International:
Lesvi Tatiana Palacios from San Isidro, Honduras. Lesvi is seven years old girl who is currently in good health.
Thi Van Dao Huynh from District 4, Vietnam. She’s a 15-years old and currently in 10th grade at a senior high school.
Miracle Ngomba was born April 12, 2016. She lives in Kapeni, Malawi and is currently in good health.
Visit World Vision’s website at www.worldvision.org.
Child Advocates of El Dorado County
The Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program in El Dorado County relies on volunteers and donations to provide advocates for abused and neglected children and youth in foster care. CASA volunteers build relationships with the children and their parents to better help the judge make decisions concerning their futures.
Visit CASA El Dorado’s website at www.casaeldorado.org.
Heart of Africa
Heart for Africa is a faith-based humanitarian organization that focuses on bringing HOPE to the Kingdom of Eswatini, Africa in the areas of Hunger, Orphans, Poverty and Education.
Our programs are designed to address these four key areas with solutions to alleviate hunger, rescue and care for orphans, fight poverty with employment and provide education to children and adults through school and vocational training. Since its inception, Heart for Africa has worked to steadily address each of these four key objectives, launching programs and developing resources designed to tackle each area. And while the problems loom large, there have been notable successes.
In March 2012, the first abandoned baby arrived at “Project Canaan”, the 2,500-acre land development where Heart for Africa’s homes for children and other programs are located. It has grown tremendously, adding more homes for children and training and employment programs for men and women from surrounding communities that include Project Canaan Farm, Khutsala Artisans, Lusito Mechanic Shop and the Kufundza Center. Today, over 220 babies and children under eight years of age call Project Canaan home. Heart for Africa has made a solemn promise to care for them until they complete their High School education. Nearly 300 men and women work on Project Canaan Farm and with Khutsala Artisans.
With you, we can extend HOPE to the furthest reaches of Eswatini. In this country, where food, water, medicine and employment are scarce, you can join us in ensuring that HOPE is abundant.
Visit them at www.heartforafrica.org