2017 Annual Report

published by homesoflove

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A Note from the Executive Director
I love to reflect on all that God has done in the lives of our Homes of Love children, parents, and staff. It is sweet to remember the stories of God’s provision through the gifts of your time, prayers, talents, and financial resources. You have changed lives!

In 2017, your generous, additional gifts toward our designated fund for emergencies helped to repair and resettle the homes in Vietnam that suffered damage during a typhoon that hit the country.

God heard your faithful prayers and our families in Zimbabwe walked in peace and safety through turbulent political days. 

Because of the many hours volunteers spent at our local office, our HOL staff in the U.S. are enjoying the blessing of a new office space. 

Through faithful financial support, we were able to help provide excellent care for the over 90 children who live in safe, godly homes with parents who love them so much!  Real families have been created and sustained through your kindness and generosity. We are so very thankful for you!

May God bless you,
Why Homes of Love?
Because we believe God intends for every child to grow up in a family, 
it is our goal to create and support families for life. 

You have helped to change lives by giving 
children safe, godly homes with loving parents.  

Take a minute to hear from Ly (Lizzy) by clicking the video below. 
She wants to say "Thank you!" on behalf of all of us at Homes of Love!
The Best of 2017
Four young adults in Vietnam completed their
post-secondary studies, bringing the total number of children living independently 
to 19!
In Cambodia, we opened two new homes in July, adding four new children. 
Our families in Zimbabwe safely navigated political and economic crisis.
At home in Knoxville, our staff moved into a beautiful new office space. 
new children welcomed into 
our homes 
young adults pursued college or vocational training  
volunteers gave time and talents in the U.S. office  
children and young adults in 
18 homes in 
three countries
loving parents provided with important training and support 
people gave financially  to  
help create families for life