We believe that our special needs, abused, and abandoned children are special children of our God, who makes no mistakes in His creation and who commands each of us to care for and love “even the most humble among us.”
Casa de Fe is an integral part of the greater body of Christ. It is our desire to share in God’s work with our prayer, financial and volunteer partners in a way that honors and glorifies Him.
We believe that the sanctification process is ongoing and hope to serve and minister to all whom God brings to Casa de Fe: the children, missionary staff, native construction workers and caretakers, and visitors. It is our goal to minister to all in the body of Christ whose paths intersect with ours at Casa de Fe.
We love, educate and serve children who have been abandoned, many who have been abused and a large minority with physical or mental handicaps. Many come from distant Amazonian jungle villages with no other available social support.
We provide for their routine medical needs, as well as medicines, therapies, and even surgeries required for our special needs children.
At Casa de Fe we provide education to our children in a small classroom environment with Christ at the center of our curriculum. Instruction is provided by an Ecuadorian staff, with Americans teaching English classes. All curriculum at the Casa de Fe School aligns with the national requirements for schools in Ecuador. Our goal is to enable our students to pursue an advanced degree at a Spanish or English speaking institution.
Casa de Fe provides a loving environment for the children we serve. The daily physical needs of our children consumes the majority of our monthly budget. It takes over $30,000 per month to feed, clothe, house, and educate our 60+ children. For information on where the money goes, click here. For information on how to partner with us in caring for these children, click here.
We believe that God intended for every child to grow up in a loving family of their own. While Casa de Fe is not an adoption agency and does not process adoptions, we do cooperate with the Ecuadorian government’s national and international adoption program and policies.
There are North American and European adoption agencies that are authorized to direct adoption programs in Ecuador. In order to adopt a child from Ecuador, the adoption must be processed by an Ecuadorian approved agency. Private adoptions in Ecuador are illegal.
For more information about Ecuadorian-approved adoption agencies and the adoption process in Ecuador, click here.
Casa de Fe
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