Casa Jackson Hospital for Malnourished Children

March 30th, 2017

With the help of thousands of North Dakotan supporters, your Bismarck-founded GOD’S CHILD Project has taken an international lead in saving starving children through Casa Jackson Hospital for Malnourished Children, in Guatemala. The internationally-renowned Casa Jackson Hospital for Malnourished Children is located within the safety and walls of the Dreamer Center. Chronic malnourishment plagues Guatemala [...]Read More ›


Valentine’s Day Dance

January 19th, 2017

Join us for the perfect Valentine’s Date with great food, a silent auction, and dancing! Tuesday February 14th, 2017 from 6-11p.m. at The Baymont Inn & Suites in Mandan.   Live Music by The Low Down Dirty Dogs. Prize for the best famous couple costume. All proceeds benefit the rescuing and rehabilitation of missing and [...]Read More ›


Warm Your Heart with Beans for Babies Guatemala Coffee!

December 15th, 2016

This holiday season warm your HEARTS with Beans for Babies 100% Guatemala Coffee. Our 100% organic Guatemalan Coffee is excellent for your home, office, or holiday party, and it is a great Christmas gift. Give the gift of Coffee Today! You can have coffee forever!  Join the Beans for Babies Monthly Coffee Club… Enjoy the wonderful taste of Guatemalan Coffee [...]Read More ›


Send your Sponsored Child a Christmas Gift!

December 8th, 2016

If you would like to give your sponsored child a gift this Christmas, you can make your donation here! Every year we spend $20 to buy each child a Christmas gift.  If you send more than $20, we will use the difference to buy a gift for children who don’t have a supporting sponsor; we make [...]Read More ›


Fight Illiteracy on Giving Tuesday!

November 23rd, 2016

Join us in the Fight against Illiteracy this year on Giving Tuesday on November 29th, 2016! Donate to fight illiteracy on Tuesday, November 29, for Giving Tuesday.  We serve severely impoverished children that are at high risk for lifetime illiteracy, and we need your help!   Our schools have a 97% graduation rate with a 3.0+ [...]Read More ›


Give to the Max Day

November 15th, 2016

Saving Starving Children on Minnesota Give to the Max Day Please donate to The GOD’S CHILD Project’s “Give to the Max Day 2016” Campaign. This year we are fighting for the infants interned at Casa Jackson Hospital for Malnourished Children.  These boys and girls need your help now! See your donations DOUBLED today and tomorrow only. You are [...]Read More ›


The Mothers’ Love Campaign For Malnourished Infants

August 17th, 2016

Between now and October 15th, 2016, GOD’S CHILD Project supporters Lloyd Paulson and Robert Scheel will MATCH dollar-for-dollar, up to $175,000, every donation given for the care and cure of the babies of Casa Jackson for Malnourished Infants. Bob and Lloyd know how much their wives, Joan and Bev, loved children and especially those who [...]Read More ›


Danielle’s Testimony

August 17th, 2016

Here is another moving testimony from Danielle, our Special Activities Coordinator! “From April 30th-May 6th, I had the amazing opportunity to go down to our Dreamer Center in Guatemala. Ever since I was a little girl, I have been passionate about other cultures, social justice, human rights, children, and travel. While at the Dreamer Center, [...]Read More ›


Emily’s Testimony

August 17th, 2016

What an amazing testimony from Emily one of our GCP Team members! “In June I went to Guatemala to witness and help provide humanitarian aid to malnourished infants, school children, abused women and severely impoverished families. I was able to help at the Casa Jackson Malnourished Infant Hospital, go on social home visits, help build [...]Read More ›


Two Families Making an Impact for Malnourished Infants

August 9th, 2016

When we (Julie, Lynna and Jude, and myself – Sean Hall) went to visit Casa Jackson Hospital for Malnourished Infants last week with Tony and Aimee Kriz and their children, we learned there are 40 more babies on a waiting list to get into Casa Jackson. The re-construction of a new, and larger Casa Jackson is [...]Read More ›


How a Worry Doll Brought Healing

August 8th, 2016

Morgan has been grieving the death of her grandfather for the past 11 months. Heather McFall, our Assistant Director at our Bismarck office, gave Morgan a Worry Doll last May and has been carrying the doll everywhere she goes. She complains daily to her teacher, about her tummy hurting, and cries for Grandpa because she misses him [...]Read More ›


Making the Greater Good Even Greater

July 5th, 2016

The GOD’S CHILD Project has been declared as July’s “Do-Gooder” for Mill City Credit Union’s (MCU) Making the Greater Good Even Greater Community! As the featured non-profit, and with the generous donation from Making the Greater Good Even Greater, the GOD’S CHILD Project will be able to continue caring for and educating 5,000 impoverished, orphaned, [...]Read More ›


Help Make DAYA Self-Sustaining

February 25th, 2015

The GOD’S CHILD Project supported program, DAYA (Destitute Aged and Young Association), is seeking to raise $4,000 USD for their new garden that will help feed the children at the home as well as employ the women supported by the program. In Phulbani, Odisha, India, the DAYA Children’s Home has a 2 acre patch of [...]Read More ›


Bring Zoie Home

February 11th, 2014

Last Friday our ITEMP team worked all day in tight coordination with the Detroit Police Department on a kidnapped child human trafficking case. Our office received a call from an officer in their department asking for resources to get a kidnapped child home. She went on to explain that Zoie Jackson, 5, was taken from [...]Read More ›


Dreamer Center Computer Lab

October 1st, 2013

The GOD’S CHILD Project of Guatemala, with the help of Dr. Carlos Casas,  will now be able to offer technology courses in the Dreamer Center’s newly created computer lab.  More than 200 children of limited resources will now have the technological advances most other children have.  The computer lab has 20 new Dell computers and is ready [...]Read More ›