Project Samuel: Renewing Minds Changing Lives Around The World
Project Samuel is a children's home and sustainability Project in Zambia, Africa. They provide for, love, care, and nurture, twenty-seven previous orphaned children. These children have now found a new home and family at Project Samuel.
The Project covers their children’s basic school fees, food, clothing, housing and caregiver costs through monthly child sponsorship ($45 a month) and other ministry donations.
Located in rural Zambia, the Project consist of permanent housing facilities, education and training facilities, and sustainability agricultural development endeavours. In addition, Project Samuel takes its programs to the schools and villages in the communities they serve, helping children through educational programs, discipleship and mentoring, youth and sports outreach, and job training opportunities.
Project Samuel also sponsors fifteen children in their local community who have been identified as being in great need. These children have living family who love them but are unable to meet their basic needs. Sponsorship of community children also takes place.
Your support is vital in providing our Project and community children with education, food, housing, care, clothing, and development and growth opportunities
Kim (from North Vancouver, Canada) and Brenden Vowell (from Houston, Texas) reside at the Project in Zambia with their young daughter’s Alivia and Alissa. Their family oversees Project Samuel Zambia. If you have further questions about Project Samuel, they would love for you to reach out and get connected.
In the drop-down menu please allocate your donation to either:“Children & Project Giving” or “Brenden and Kim.”
For finances designated for child sponsorship, education, capital projects, community outreach, and mission’s teams - choose "Children & Project Needs."
Specification (such as Monthly Child Sponsor) can be added in the comments section after payment details are entered.
Project Samuel Foundation (Canada) complies with CRA guidelines for non-profits through our relationship with International Christian Mission Services. ICMS has direction and control of the resources donated to ICMS on behalf of our ministry and holds us accountable for the work we do.