1. the relief and prevention of poverty in any part of the world, impacted by natural disaster, war, trouble or catastrophe, in particular but not exclusively by:
(i) providing children’s homes for orphans that have no other alternative means of support;
(ii) assisting vulnerable children and their families and communities by providing access to, and/or development of, health care, education and other activities that benefit communities; and
(iii) supporting them in ways that will enable them to generate a sustainable income and become self-sufficient.
2. to advance the education of the public regarding the nature, causes and effects of poverty, particularly for orphans and vulnerable children and their families, and how appropriate solutions can be found and applied.
3. the advancement of the christian faith in particular but not exclusively by actively following the call of the bible to care for the needs of the poor and promoting the engagement of the church to provide help to orphans and vulnerable children and their families.