The New Faces of Global Tribe

We have identified over 400 single mothers and their children down in just one section
of the warzone on the Mexican border.  This was the beginning of a new focus!  We realized that
81% of global poverty is among this suffering group – 900 million single mothers globally, trying to
raise their kids on next to nothing.

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REINVENTING THE WAR ON POVERTY
Since 1992, Global Tribe has been in the business of helping children trapped in poverty, in Asia, India, Mexico, Romania, and beyond.  The war on poverty is ongoing, and we are called to step up the fight. To help impoverished children we are going to the source of their crisis.

WHY ARE THEIR SO MANY CHILDREN LIVING IN POVERTY?
HERE IS THE ANSWER!
It is because there are so many single mothers, abused, abandoned, or widowed, left to raise children on about $1 a day – for the whole family!  900 million single mothers worldwide, earning just $1 a day. The reality is, rescue a single mother and you rescue her children.

JOIN WITH US TO RESCUE SINGLE MOMS AND THEIR CHILDREN.

For some time we have prayed for wisdom regarding being more effective.  We got an answer from Cesar Uribe from Children’s Miracle Ranch in Tecate, Mexico. He mentioned a special group, which is not being addressed – a critical group.  In his community, there are now 400 single moms struggling to raise their children while working 10-12 hours a day for $1 a day wages.

  • 1 billion children live in poverty mostly in single mothers care.
  • There are 900 MILLION single mothers around the world who earn $1 a day – or less.
  • Globally, single mothers with children under seven have poverty rates as high as 82.5 percent

The PROBLEM
We Can’t Donate People Out of Poverty. We must stop exporting welfare. Welfare alone enslaves, likely for generations. With your help Global Tribe moves the poorest of the poor out of a welfare dependency into a life of sustainability.

The SOLUTION
Adopting a single mother and her children will help provide their immediate needs while assisting the mother and her family to become self-sufficient.  Now, the self-esteem among these poor single mothers is depressingly low.  Imagine being abandoned, living from hand to mouth – if that – and working for 10-12 hours a day to make  only $1.  Your kids are hungry, need medical help, and the basic needs you cannot provide.

Being a single mother in the U.S., or anywhere else, is a challenge. Imagine that challenge on just $1 a day.

There are three vital components that makes this effective.

Step One:
Emergency care for Single Mothers and Their Children.

Urgent needs for medical, sanitary, food, and water assistance must be the first priority – stabilize their critical needs. Right now, Maria’s children work along side her scavenging the dump to survive.

Step Two:
Global Tribe Innovation Centers
The GT Innovation Center is the hub for our Education & Enterprise training.  In reality, the innovation addresses the fundamental issues of poverty – body, mind, and spirit.  The facility houses a church, as well as a small clinic, an educational unit to teach both vocational and life skills, and an office for microloans.  We teach skills, but also assure that once trained, they are equipped with the tools to earn a living. More than 95% of micro-loans are repaid.

Step Three:
Unite the Tribes
Partner organizations from around the world, working together to build sustainable villages around single mothers and their children., will use the Global Tribe Innovation Center as a base to serve the area.  Water, agriculture, and other critical needs will be met through our partners.

HERE’S HOW YOU HELP:

1. ADOPT A SINGLE MOTHER AND HER CHILDREN
10 people giving $1 a day will stabilize a single mother and her children, and also provide education to earn a sustainable income.  You will receive a photo of that single mom and her children and can write them.

2. SPONSOR A GLOBAL TRIBE INNOVATION CENTER
$35,000 will build the Innovation Center AND provide the materials and equipment for education, a small medical clinic, and church.

3. INVEST IN THE GLOBAL TRIBE LEGACY FUND
Every dollar you invest in the legacy fund provides micro-loans to single mothers so they can get a sewing machine, farm tools, irrigation, seeds, or that fishing rod and reel to feed their family. Repaid loans return to the Legacy fund to continue enterprise development. 95% repay.

Our challenge to you is this,  join us in this fight to rescue single mothers – and by so doing – rescue their children.  Will you consider

Give $1 a day, or perhaps, increase the level where you are giving today?  Get 10 of your friends to join with you and ADOPT A SINGLE MOTHER AND HER CHILDREN.

You can help through joining with us in building the INNOVATION CENTERS.  Both by taking a group to help build it, and to help raise the $35,000 needed, you are changing lives forever.

You may want to be part of the LEGACY FUND, investing in the future for these poor, struggling single mothers – all too often forgotten.   This will help with the micro-loans and in developing new locations in other countries.

YOU WILL CHANGE THE LIVES OF SINGLE MOTHERS AND THEIR CHILDREN FOREVER

TWO EASY WAYS TO DONATE
Click on the link and donate $1 a day now.  Or, call the below number and the operator will help you make a $1 a day donation.

donate online
800-9-GTRIBE (-487423)

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www.globaltribe.com
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CONTACT US AT
robert@globaltribe.com

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