Serving Belize Through Lifeline

Located in Central America, Belize is known for its vast beaches but is rampant with poverty. The average age is 25 with many children in care. There is a need for pastors to raise up the next generation to care for vulnerable children.

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About our Partner

(un)adopted’s most recent partner is with a new ministry in Belize. The mission of this ministry is to equip and empower the local church as they come alongside children and parents to provide hope so every child can flourish in a family.

The Need

(un)adopted’s partner seeks to build relationships with local churches that share the call to care for orphans. They train foster families to care for children, who would otherwise be in orphanages, in gospel-centered homes.

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