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  • This “business-as-missions” project of Every Orphan’s Hope will expand current poultry farm operations from 24,500 chickens per year to 49,000 chickens per year. The funds will go toward the building of another 3,500 sq. ft. chicken run, storage facility, and the first round of 3,500 chicks, feed, immunizations, and bedding for the initial start-up. The Chick-4-Orphans project provides income to help sustain ministry operations in Zambia and also is used as a training facility to teach small commercial poultry farming to the orphans in our care. A donation of any amount is appreciated!


    In September 2011, Tony Dunaway (NAB CFO) visited Haiti with the purpose of identifying partners through whom NAB would distribute relief funds. God placed in Tony’s heart (and reaffirmed many times) a desire and passion to serve the fatherless. A few months ago Tony began talking with the CEO of Every Orphan’s Hope (EOH), an organization that is called to address the overwhelming impact of the HIV/AIDS pandemic on the lives of orphans who have lost everything.

  • The My Father’s House Orphan Homes create a family style home for a widow and eight orphans. The home is not an orphanage; it is truly a place where the children and their “mama” create a new family, a place they will forever call home. We are in need of renovating all 11 of our homes. The cost for a full renovation of one home is $11,000. A minimum donation of $100 is appreciated!

  • National missionaries – Tamas and Tunde are Romanian nationals who will be serving as Camp Director and Camp Administrator for Camp Falcon Rock. They are working alongside NAB missionaries Paul and Tanya Gericke. 

    Annual Goal: $5,000

  • NAB has a history of partnership with the Hungarian Baptist Convention of Romania that goes back over 20 years. In the year 2000, 60 acres of land was purchased by the generous support of NAB churches and donors. Now NAB has missionaries Paul and Tanya Gericke working with Romanian leaders for the construction and development of this property. The camp will be used for evangelism, discipleship, and leadership development, where children, young adults, and families will have a place to grow. Your contribution helps with the development of the facility.

  • For many people in inner-city Philadelphia, a Bible is a luxury.

    Your gift of $30 or more will provide God's Word to seekers and new believers who are coming "off the streets".

  • New Life Ministries provides the homeless and disenfranchised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, with food, emergency shelter, transitional housing, and the message of Christ.

    Your gift of $60 will supply food to those who have none.

  • The needy in inner-city Philadelphia find food, supplies and loving hearts at NAB's Christian Compassion Baptist Church, a small congregation sharing Christ's love with others.

    Your gift of $30 will help feed the needy in Philadelphia.

  • Our goal is to provide scholarships for each of the eight students. 

    Goal per student: $500

  • Your gift will go towards training leaders in the Convention.

    Goal: $2,000

  • Please visit www.chainoflove.org/donate/ for specific information about special projects related to the Chain of Love ministry... providing loving, secure, caring homes for abandoned and abused street children in Brazil.

  • Cameroonian national missionaries are teaching the least-reached peoples of Cameroon. While Cameroon Christians support the basic salaries of these missionaries, most have no ministry funds. Contributions will provide these national missionaries with Bibles, literature, or even a motorcycle in order to reach the people to whom they were sent.

    Suggested $1,000 annually per national missionary.  

  • Your gift will go towards providing educational materials to support the Health Board training program for nurses, lab techs, and other health personnel.

  • At the Mbingo School for the Deaf, hearing-impaired children have the opportunity to be educated and integrated into society. Contributions help offset living and tuition expenses of the two hundred students at the school. 

    Note: Identity of children not disclosed.

    $250 annually per child goes a long way. 

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