Each day in December, we’re featuring local non-profit organizations having a big impact on North Dakota.
Today we have the God’s Child Project.
Emily Medalen spoke with Hannah Tollefsrud with the God’s Child Project in Bismarck.
The God’s Child Project is a nonprofit that has a big impact around the world – not just here in ND.
Founded in Bismarck, North Dakota in 1991, The GOD’S CHILD Project is a non-denominational organization reaching children and families in intense poverty. GCP provides essential care for thousands of children, widows, single mothers and families in Guatelmala, El Salvador, India, Malawi, and the United States. In addition, GCP’s Institute for Trafficked, Exploited, & Missing Persons prevents and rescues victims of human trafficking.
Dedicated to sustainable and permanent changes, GCP has established an international presence in these poverty-stricken countries by providing education, healthcare, basic needs, emergency disaster relief, human rights services and family care. GCP’s efforts create stability and growth in broken areas of the world.
For more information and how you can help out, click the link below.