What we do?

Zorba’s Orphans Fund participates in the fight against world poverty by intervening in the lives of orphans and vulnerable youths. We provide them with the necessary skills, and most of all, hope for a brighter future. Annually, Zorba’s travels to Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, and U.S. Territories to interview and select orphans for secondary, vocational or university education.

 

Youth who are selected demonstrated leadership potential, scholastic ability, and the expressed desire to make a contribution to the socio-economic development of the countries in which they live. Program participants are enrolled in either a full-term secondary boarding schools for four years, sent for three years of vocational education, or supported for at least the first two years of their university education.

 

Since our inception, we have rescued and adopted over four dozen orphans. We are pleased to announce that the number count is steadily rising. Thanks to the compassionate and vulnerable youths are given the chance of lifetime to realize their dreams.

Global Educational Outreach

We strongly believe a sound secondary, vocational, or university education is the gateway to human development and socio-economic empowerment. To this end, ZOF is committed to empowering and equipping its orphans in Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, and U.S. Territories, with four years of higher education; three years of vocational educational training; and where possible, two years of university education. These educational and spiritual keys are critically necessary to unlocking the doors to their destiny. Without a solid education, their lived would consist of abject poverty, social diseases, and early death.

Safety First

ZOF Girls’ Safe Passage Program initiated its first partnership with the Mathare Valley Development Center in Mathare Valley, Kenya to provide a gateway to safety for young, abused, and abandoned young girls/ ZOF will continue its efforts to save the lives of vulnerable young girls around the globe by partnering with local shelters.

Mentorship & Career Apprenticeship Programs

ZOF Christ-Centered Cross-Cultural Mentorship Program provides strategic, one-on-one mentorships and apprenticeships in the orphans’ home countries. These programs allow ZOF to cultivate a level of accountability among its orphans where they will work with skilled professionals to develop a learning plan geared towards advancing their career.

What we do?

Zorba’s Orphans Fund participates in the fight against world poverty by intervening in the lives of orphans and vulnerable youths. We provide them with the necessary skills, and most of all, hope for a brighter future. Annually, Zorba’s travels to Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, and U.S. Territories to interview and select orphans for secondary, vocational or university education.

 

Youth who are selected demonstrated leadership potential, scholastic ability, and the expressed desire to make a contribution to the socio-economic development of the countries in which they live. Program participants are enrolled in either a full-term secondary boarding schools for four years, sent for three years of vocational education, or supported for at least the first two years of their university education.

 

Since our inception, we have rescued and adopted over four dozen orphans. We are pleased to announce that the number count is steadily rising. Thanks to the compassionate and vulnerable youths are given the chance of lifetime to realize their dreams.

Global Educational Outreach

We strongly believe a sound secondary, vocational, or university education is the gateway to human development and socio-economic empowerment. To this end, ZOF is committed to empowering and equipping its orphans in Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, and U.S. Territories, with four years of higher education; three years of vocational educational training; and where possible, two years of university education. These educational and spiritual keys are critically necessary to unlocking the doors to their destiny. Without a solid education, their lived would consist of abject poverty, social diseases, and early death.

Safety First

ZOF Girls’ Safe Passage Program initiated its first partnership with the Mathare Valley Development Center in Mathare Valley, Kenya to provide a gateway to safety for young, abused, and abandoned young girls/ ZOF will continue its efforts to save the lives of vulnerable young girls around the globe by partnering with local shelters.

Mentorship & Career Apprenticeship Programs

ZOF Christ-Centered Cross-Cultural Mentorship Program provides strategic, one-on-one mentorships and apprenticeships in the orphans’ home countries. These programs allow ZOF to cultivate a level of accountability among its orphans where they will work with skilled professionals to develop a learning plan geared towards advancing their career.

Global Feeding Partnership Initiative

ZOF has partnered with Convoy of Hope to feed starving orphans and vulnerable children in Africa. This wonderful partnership will travel the globe together impacting lives in Latin America, Caribbean and U.S. Territories. 

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9414 Macklin Court 

Alexandria, VA 22309

info@zorbasorphansfund.org

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