Who We Are? – Save God’s Children



What is Save God’s Children?

Save God’s Children’s primary objective is to end poverty but also an emotional response of sympathy. It’s not just a feeling. The determination is combined with a desire to help. Because we have God’s love and we’re all God’s Children. We want to take action and help the person who is suffering.

In addition, we are called to suffer with someone, to show to the nations that is not impossible. This is what differentiates Save God’s Children from empathy.

Who is Save God’s Children?

Save God’s Children is a child-advocacy ministry that pairs compassionate people with those who are suffering from poverty. The ministry releases children from spiritual, economic, social, and physical poverty. The goal is for each child to become a responsible and fulfilled adult.

Save God’s Children’s work has grown from modest beginnings in Haiti when Engineer Agronomist Emmanuel Pascal, a man that God called,  felt compelled to help 15 children orphaned In 2005 “Ravine Seche Saint Marc, Haiti”. Today it is a bigger ministry with another vision where thousands of children, elderly, handicap and others will be released from hunger and poverty.

We are collaborative, depending on teamwork and partnership.

We are inclusive and accepting of others.

We are honest. We say what we mean, and we do what we say.

We are respectful, protecting the divine character in everyone.

We strive to always be grace filled, kind, forgiving and merciful.

We are loving. God’s love fuels us, and we unabashedly love one another.

We are passionate, against injustice and for our cause.

Compassion is authentic, facing hard realities with an adventuresome spirit.

We are totally focused on our our mission. Single-minded in our pursuit.

Our ministry is contextual, customized and culturally relevant. It is effective, proven and outcome driven.

Our creative spirit drives innovative solutions to the challenges and opportunities before us.

Love poor children is professional. We do our work with excellence but without pretension.

Who we are?