Our Little Lambs Medical Fund -  Hearts of Hope

We now offer our monthly sponsorship program in Uganda, Cambodia, and China. Please see the Sponsorship program tab for details.

‚ÄčWe partner with existing organizations that
are doing really good work in the world.

Our "Say Yes" Adoption Grants

We know firsthand how costly the adoption process is, and it pains us to think about families saying "no" to adoption for fear of the financial burden. We've partnered with Holt International (and hopefully more adoption agencies in the future) to offer "Say Yes" grants which offset that initial application fee, and help families leap forward in complete faith with their "yes" to adoption.

  • In 2016, our "Say Yes" adoption grants started as a $300 reimbursement for a family's application fee - one of the initial points at which they gave their YES to the adoption process.
  • In 2017, we were able to increase that amount to $350.
  • In 2018, as agency application fees rose, our grants grew to $500 PLUS a strategic prayer partner from Ignite Hope, a special ministry devoted to prayer in the process.
  • In 2019, we are thrilled that we will be able to double our impact and give families $1,000 that will not only offset their application fee, but will also begin helping them chip away at those next steps in the process.

We are so thankful that your generosity has allowed our program to continue growing each year!


Our "Trinity Orphan Care" Fund - Sponsoring those in need

We'll never know how our son Daniel's story may have changed had he received medical intervention as a young baby. The heart of our mission is meeting children's medical needs early on to give them the best chance at long life. It is one of our missions to help fund heart surgeries for orphaned and abandoned children. In addition, the mission of our "Hearts of Hope" project is to place pulse oximeters into as many Chinese orphanages and medical foster homes that we can, with a long-term goal of taking the project to other countries. We have provided 17 highly sophisticated units to date with plans to deliver twenty-two more this Spring.

A pulse oximeter measures how much oxygen is in your blood. Low oxygen saturation (hypoxemia) in blood can impede body function, harm vital tissues, and can be life threatening. Since 2012, the use of pulse oximetry for screening of congenital heart defects has become routine, but for children in orphanages, this simple, life-saving device is not available to them.