Celebrating 15 Years of Ministry

By Covenant Mercies Team
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15 years ago, our story began with a heart to serve fatherless children in the developing world. We prayed for God’s help to do justice and love mercy for the sake of these precious children. He answered in ways beyond what we could imagine.

Today, over 2,230 children have experienced the care of the Orphan Sponsorship Program. We thank God for the generosity, prayers, and labors of Covenant Mercies partners around the globe. You helped make a dream from 2002 possible. Because of your passion for this cause, orphans and widows in Uganda, Zambia, and Ethiopia have broken out of multi-generational poverty.

In honor of our Anniversary, we’ve launched a special new campaign: 15 for 15. Your tax-deductible gift of $15 or more will help us continue expanding our programs and investing in education and healthcare opportunities for the children of Covenant Mercies. We are also excited to share that a generous donor has committed to match eligible 15 for 15 donations! Any gift between $150 and $1,500 will be matched dollar for dollar, up to $15,000. Between now and June 1, you can double the value of your donation.

To make a gift, visit our Donate Page.

Covenant Mercies 2016 Impact [Infographic]

By Covenant Mercies Team
Education Ethiopia Healthcare Orphan Sponsorship Sustainability Uganda Zambia
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As we look forward to the New Year, we are delighted to share the Covenant Mercies 2016 Impact Infographic. Thank you to our sponsors, donors, volunteers, and partners around the world who are making this work possible. We are grateful for your prayers, service, and generosity.

2016 Covenant Mercies Impact Facts:

  • Today, over 1,200 children are enrolled in the Orphan Sponsorship Program.
  • We welcomed 230 new sponsored children and celebrated 110 graduations. 
  • We planted a 5-acre eucalyptus grove (5,100 trees!) to generate sustainable local revenue for our Eastern Uganda program.
  • 25 mission team participants worked on projects such as Vacation Bible School, Youth Camp, and Construction.
  • We created the Mapalo Scholarship Fund for eligible Program graduates pursuing higher education. Mapalo means "blessing."
  • We launched a brand new medical clinic in Western Uganda, providing over 350 children and their guardians with in- and out-patient care, health education, HIV testing, malaria treatment, and more!