Deciding to share is tough sometimes, especially when we feel we barely have enough to get by ourselves. But compared to people whose lives have been ravaged by disaster, or who live on less than $1 a day, we have a great abundance.
- build homes, schools, medical clinics, and clean water and sewage facilities in villages devastated by earthquakes, floods, and poverty
- bring safety, shelter, and food to refugees after often violent circumstances have made their hometowns uninhabitable
- nurture stronger futures and self sufficiency through health care, education, job training, and tools for livelihoods.