At Coreluv, we believe the Bible is the authoritative Word of God and He tells us in the book of Isaiah 1:17 “Learn to do good. Seek justice. Help the oppressed. Defend the orphan. Fight for the rights of widows.” We believe this scripture is not merely a suggestion but a series of commandments for us as individuals and as part of the greater church. If we fail to carry out this mandate to defend the orphan our lives are incomplete and orphans remain unheard and defenseless. We choose to defend orphans, speak for orphans and challenge others to do the same.
There are more than 153,000,000 orphans in the world today. The unfortunate
reality is that over 99% will likely never be adopted into a loving home.
Coreluv’s vision is to bring the hope of Jesus Christ to orphans around the world
by providing the six basic needs.
Coreluv’s Orphan Care Partnership Program gives you the opportunity to partner with us
in meeting the six basic needs of orphans through providing monthly financial support.
Coreluv’s Orphan Care Partnership Program gives you the opportunity to partner with us in meeting the six basic needs of orphans through providing monthly financial support.
Learn more about the community you select. Partner with the one closest to your heart.
We offer different levels of monthly financial support. Select an amount that works for you.
Stay current with daily life at your orphanage through Facebook groups and monthly email updates.
Becoming an Orphan Care Partner is easy. Our Orphanages are listed below,
click any of them to learn more and select the orphanage closest to your heart.
Coreluv learned of this impoverished community through a relationship with Pastor Nathan, a local pastor who knew there were orphaned children in need. learn more
In a small community in central Haiti where residents live on as little as $1 a day, a dream was born. One of our Haitian staff carried a deep burden for his hometown. learn more
Mike and Mandy Reiszner met Pastor Jean in 2012. Jean is a trusted pastor and previously worked as a successful lawyer in Port-Au-Prince. In December 2008, he left a comfortable life in obedience to God. learn more
Since 2011, Casa de Ester has served as a restoration home for fatherless, orphaned, and sexually abused/exploited girls in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. learn more