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About Us


Our Approach

We hope to give you meaningful opportunities to become involved with people groups in developing countries of the world.  We will provide opportunities in the areas of:  Education for Children, Adult Literacy Training, and Clean Water.  For the present we have chosen to work with the Dalits of India. We will be expanding to other opportunities this coming year.

Our Mission

Global Helps Network is a Christian 501c3 registered charity who exists for the purpose of aiding, training, equipping and funding other non-profit organizations, civic organizations, schools, and churches in their global efforts to help the disadvantaged in developing countries, with a particular focus on India.

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Startling Stastics

$ 1.25
Amount people in India live on daily
2.4
Million People in India living with HIV
98,000
Number of people that die from Dehydration in India yearly
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Upcoming News & Events

East Indian Discovery Fair – Spring 2019

Date: May 17th

Location: Highland Covenant Church, Bellevue WA

Our next Fair takes place on the East Side at Highland Covenant Church May 17th! Read about our last event in the link above and feel free to contact us at GHN@globalhelpsnetwork.org for more information.

The Elephant Project

Sria’s husband was taken to pull bricks out of the searing heat of the kiln, leaving her the grueling work of fitting hundreds of new blocks into their molds for the sun to bake dry. He tried to stay as long as he could, knowing their pay rested on how many bricks they turned out each day, but in the end, he didn’t have a choice.

Micro-Finance Project

The best part about owning goats was that they required very little upkeep. Each nanny could give birth to up to four in a year which they could then sell or raise for their meat. She glanced down at her emaciated form and thought how welcome goat meat would be to her family’s meager diet.

Sand and the Strange Box

My name is Amna, and I am eight years old. Mama told me my name means ‘The One Who is Peaceful.’ She named me Amna because when I was born, I hardly made a sound. I just laid there and sucked my thumb. Mama often reminds me of my name. In fact, she never stops.