Help One Now empowers families in developing countries through high-capacity local leaders with proven solutions to end extreme poverty.
 

Help One Now invites you to our wide table — a collective group of churches, businesses, communities, and individuals who believe that we can build a better world together. We empower families in developing countries through our business launch program, healthcare, education, and community care. Together, we use our gifts, talents, and resources to help end extreme poverty.

EMPOWERING LEADERS

Help One Now empowers local leaders through friendship and partnership. We work with leaders who are already working effectively in their respective communities. These leaders are friends and partners in the fight against extreme poverty. They are our greatest resource, and without them, sustainable change is impossible.

EMPOWERING FAMILIES

We serve in some of the poorest communities in the world, where people live on less than $2 US per day. In our work in these communities, empowering families has proven to be the most effective course for long term change. Through our local leaders, we train families to start businesses and develop their surrounding community to support them.

BUSINESS LAUNCH PROGRAM

EDUCATION

HEALTHCARE

COMMUNITY CARE

HELP ONE NOW BLOG

Help One Now is a catalytic tribe committed to empowering and resourcing high-capacity local leaders who care for orphans and vulnerable children in order to transform communities and break the cycle of extreme poverty.

Meet Our First Ever Global Empowerment Director!

Meet Our First Ever Global Empowerment Director!

"There comes a point where we need to stop pulling people out of the river. We need to go upstream and find out why they’re falling in".  These words from Bishop Desmond Tutu embody the heart behind Help One Now’s mission to empower families in developing countries...

Seeing the Opportunities Ahead

Seeing the Opportunities Ahead

Zemede Admasu has been blind since he was born. When his mother was pregnant with him, his father left their family. His mother struggled to find the resources to take care of him and his three sisters and two brothers. Zemede did not have the opportunity to attend...

10 Years Since the Earth Shook

10 Years Since the Earth Shook

My first trip to a developing country was in 2007. A few friends and I traveled to Zimbabwe with hopes of connecting our church in Austin, Texas with some churches in Africa. During my visit, I met some Zimbabwean leaders: a couple named John and Orpah Chinyowa. John...

Our Mission

Help One Now empowers families in developing countries through high-capacity local leaders with proven solutions to end extreme poverty.