"If you can't feed a hundred people,
then feed just one."

                                  ~ Mother Theresa

Support the Homeless and Disabled Children

In 2011, we launched our "Support Homeless Children" project to support disadvantaged children. On June 2nd 2012, the BNJ Foundation with the Cameroon Support Team visited an orphanage.  

The orphanage is located in Yaoundé and has 45 children from the age of one month to 7 years old. Most babies are premature and need special care. Intervention is supported by the BNJ Foundation and its international partners and includes providing care packages for the toddlers, general and anti-parasitic medications, multivitamins, drinking water and milk for the babies. Over 600 children have benefited from the program, many of which are orphaned and disabled. As we work to help many more children, we will need your support. The world is even better when all children have the opportunity to be mentored and empowered by someone who could love, guide, support and take care of them.

We would be grateful if your organization may be interested in supporting, either financially or by sending a person or group to Cameroon, Africa where they will make an incredibly positive impact on the lives of people in need.