Will & Brittni Martin

Sacramento, CA

Will and Brittni were drawn to each other’s commitment to serving the poor and oppressed. They each embraced the verse James 1:27 as a model for their lives, which calls followers of Christ to care for “orphans and widows in their distress.” They have Luke their biological son who is 2 years old and they are excited for him to become the awesome big brother they know he will be! Will and Brittni feel as though they are the ones who are blessed that God would entrust this child to them.

Will and Brittni were drawn to each other’s commitment to serving the poor and oppressed. They each embraced the verse James 1:27 as a model for their lives, which calls followers of Christ to care for “orphans and widows in their distress.” They have Luke their biological son who is 2 years old and they are excited for him to become the awesome big brother they know he will be! Will and Brittni feel as though they are the ones who are blessed that God would entrust this child to them.

Currently raised:
of $15,000 goal

Little Sister

Orphan India

The Martins chose to adopt from India because of the high occurrence of special-needs orphans and Brittni’s experience volunteering there. They are currently nearing the stage where they are anxiously waiting to be matched with their child. They do not know yet who she is but they are already in love with her and greatly look forward to bringing her home. They will more than likely be matched with a little girl, but are open to whatever God has planned for their family.

Ms. Lisa

Widow Sacramento, CA

Lisa Martucci is native of California and the mother of four adult daughters, Gabriella, Ariana, Vanessa, and Cassia. Lisa lost her husband several years ago to cancer, but has worked hard as a bookkeeper to provide for her daughters and help put them all through college. Lisa is active in her local church and regularly volunteers her home to host events for members of the community. She has a large country property that is difficult for her to maintain without support and so we hope to provide her help that will greatly benefit her.

Our Both Hands Project

Project February 16, 2019

A team of volunteers is completing a service project of fixing up a widow's home. We are raising sponsorship for our day of service. The funds raised will help an orphan to become adopted into a forever family. Will you sponsor us?

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Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress...

James 1:27 (NIV)
1198

Orphans

are one step
closer to home

883

Families

have raised $11.6 Million dollars for adoption costs

1066

Widows

have been blessed with a day of service