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Donate to orphans

There are an estimated 200 million children worldwide that have experienced this loss. Many of these children will come from already disadvantaged backgrounds.

So losing a parent can mean that access to education, the protection of shelter, the sustenance of nutritious meals and the chance for a secure future all become an impossible dream. This is why the responsibility of care for the orphan falls on all of us.

Donating money or needed items to the orphanages is one of the best ways you can help the orphans of Ecuador and Thailand. Because we are a nonprofit, we heavily rely on donations and are extremely grateful for the generous donations we receive.

Many orphanages are run as businesses and it is difficult to know for sure whether your money is benefitting the children. By donating to Changing The Way We Care you are donating directly to children and their families.

Your support will go toward reuniting children with their families and preventing children from entering orphanages in the first place. You will support families, extended families and loving foster families. Your donation will find a family for every child where they can enjoy a healthy and productive life. Your donation will also ensure that these families have the support they need so the children can thrive.


  • “And they feed, for the love of God, the indigent, the orphan, and the captive,” – (The Quran, The Human: 8)
  • “Therefore, treat not the orphan with harshness,” (The Quran, The Morning Hours: 9)
  • “Have you not seen those who deny the faith and the Day of Judgment? Those are people who drive orphans away harshly and do not encourage feeding the indigent. So woe is upon those who do prayer but are neglectful of it or show it off out of vanity, and those who deny even small kindnesses to others.” – (The Quran, Small Kindnesses: 1-7)
  • “(Be good too) orphans and the very poor. And speak good words to people.” (The Quran, The Heifer: 83)
  • “…They will ask you about the property of orphans. Say, ‘Managing it in their best interests is best’. If you mix your property with theirs, they are your brothers…” (The Quran, The Heifer: 220)
  • “Give orphans their property, and do not substitute bad things for good. Do not assimilate their property into your own. Doing that is a serious crime.” (The Quran, The Women: 2)
  • “Keep a close check on orphans until they reach a marriageable age, then if you perceive that they have sound judgment hand over their property to them…” (The Quran, The Women: 6)