Starfish Story

project STARFISH

Helping where we can...

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Project Starfish is a group of individuals that have been impacted by different situations around the world. Whether it was the tragedy in Haiti or the poverty and modern day slavery in Zambia.

The Starfish Project was originally setup to help raise funds to rebuild clinics for the people of Haiti. We are now connecting to other areas that are in need around the world. We all know that the need is overwhelming which is why we chose the “starfish” analogy. (see story here)

We know that we can’t help all of the people in need but we will help where we can. ┬áBe sure to check out our partners below and do your part to help.

 

The Starfish Project was originally setup to help the people of Haiti. We are now connecting to other areas that are in need. We all know that the need is overwhelming which is why we chose the "starfish" analogy. We know that we can't help all of the people in need but we will help where we can...

Project Starfish Partners

The organizations we support...Maybe you should too!

plus Hope--Water-Project-Header

HOPE WATER PROJECT

Hope Water Project exists to provide hope revealed through clean water. Learn more about Hope Water Project…

plus Poetice

POETICE

Poetice supports communities affected by poverty, AIDS and modern day slavery with the arts, education, and enterprise. They inspire, equip, and empower individuals with a future filled with hope and opportunity. Learn more about Poetice…

plus DB

DAYBREAK

Daybreak is a community of people who follow Jesus Christ. We welcome people from all walks of life, regardless of where they are on their spiritual journey. Learn more about Daybreak’s cross culture programs.

plus World Hope International

WORLD HOPE INTERNATIONAL

We do what we do here at WHI because of God’s clear mandate for His followers to help people in need. We love God and we love our neighbors. We have a simple yet profound vision to not just help people in need around the world, but to empower the poorest of the poor so [...]

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