Encourage the practice of fraternity,
with no geographic or religious boundaries,
bringing people together to assist children in the most vulnerable
places in the world.
Fraternity Without Borders US Corp is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit volunteer run organization. Contributions are tax deductible and 100% of the donations go directly to our projects.
WHO WE ARE
WHAT DO WE DO?
We maintain Community Centers in Sub-Saharan Africa (Madasgascar, Malawi, Mozambique, and Senegal) where we build homes, provide food, hygiene, medical and dental care, medicine, education, school supplies, and cultural activities for families and children living in extreme poverty. We provide assistance to the elderly and orphan children with HIV. Also, we drill water wells in villages to provide clean drinking water. The arrival of water in a village brings agricultural motivation with the initiation of a sustainable food program, empowering young farmers, and educating the children in environmental activities.
In Brazil, we support a few social causes, such as: the treatment of children with Microcephaly, in partnership with Professor Joao Amorim Neto Research Institute, in Campina Grande, PB; Young Emmanuel Philharmonic Orchestra in Campo Grande, MS, which provides music to young kids and teenagers from the poorest areas of the city; and we provide shelter to Venezuelan refugee families, who crossed the Brazilian border seeking asylum and a better life, in Roraima.
Our volunteers, from different areas of specialization, travel to Africa and Brazil to provide care for children and families in the poorest regions of the country.
Fraternity Without Borders US relies on donations and monthly sponsorship to fund the on-going projects. Our activities are currently centered in Africa and Brazil, but we are committed to expanding and reaching more people in extreme poverty around the globe.
WHERE DO WE OPERATE?
We provide assistance in Sub-Saharan Africa, one of the poorest areas of the world, and we also embrace social causes in Brazil.
A BETTER WORLD IS POSSIBLE!
NUMBERS OF LOVE
Our numbers just keep growing:
15 thousand kids sheltered
985 kids in full time school
473 assisted elderly
430 thousand meals a month
550 Missionary Volunteers Yearly
28 Community Centers
13 water wells
144 homes built
6 University students