2018 Annual Report

Foundation 4 Orphans has released its 2018 Annual Report.  It features a full overview of F4O’s efforts and profiles on key in-country partners active on behalf of OVC.

Click here to read the F4O Annual Report for 2018

Do you have any questions? If so, you can email questions to our Executive Director, Wayne Lavender.

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The Rev. Dr. Wayne Lavender discusses our mission statement and purpose and F4O’s recent activity on behalf of OVC in this video.

It is not the physical pain that endangers orphans the most. It is the mental pain caused by stress from years and years of being neglected, pushed aside, disregarded, unloved and made to feel undeserving. Even more is the lack of unconditional love, the right to be accepted, as a child and to be loved, as a child, no matter what you do.

Roger Dean Kiser

Can anything on earth be a greater charity, than to bring up orphans?

John Wesley

When a child in poverty says, “I matter,” that child has just taken the first teetering step out of poverty. The root of his or her personhood is vastly altered. The healing can now begin, from the inside out.

Dr. Wess Stafford

When we reach out a hand to help a child in need, we receive more than we give.

Rev. Wayne Lavender, PhD

We Nurture the Orphan

The Foundation 4 Orphans is a blended movement of both church and secular people that advocates globally on the behalf of Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC).  The Foundation 4 Orphans (F4O) serves the educational, emotional, physical and spiritual needs of orphans and vulnerable children. F4O seeks to work with persons of all backgrounds to care for the needs of Orphans and Vulnerable Children in order to build a world of peace with justice. We believe that working across national, religious, political, racial and ethnic lines is the key to building relationships that can create conditions of peace in these troubled times.



23 Children Moved into the Dondo Orphanage on May 18, 2018

They say patience is a virtue. I don’t think of myself as a patient person, but working in Mozambique requires patience.


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They say patience is a virtue. I don't