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26 Years and Going Strong!

26 Years and Going Strong!

On March 1st, twenty-six years ago, Dave and Jean Ohlerking obeyed God's call on their lives to begin a ministry to reach children in the hardest places of the world.  God gave them the name Children's Cup, based on Matthew 10:42.

"And if anyone gives even a cup of cold water to one of these little ones who is my disciple, truly I tell you, that person will certainly not lose their reward."

The work began with meeting the practical needs of a few children in one community to now empowering over 12,000 world changers daily through more than 50 CarePoints in six countries! Today we are carrying forward with the vision to see Every Child a Whole Child.

We're grateful for the Ohlerking's vision and honor our founder, the late Dave Ohlerking.  We are blessed to have Mrs. Jean, along with a team of others, continuing to reach into the hard places of the world to empower and transform vulnerable and orphaned children into the world changers God intends them to be.

An incredible testament to our holistic child development model is found in the life of Zinhle Zee Nzima. Zee is 24 years old now and works as a facilitator at the CarePoint where she once grew up as a child. Please take a moment to hear her inspiring story of hope and transformation.

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