Wellspring International

27 Aug

The humanitarian arm of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM), Wellspring International is committed to bringing rescue, rehabilitation, and restoration to abused women and children around the world.  From projects like Agni Raksha, providing restorative surgery for victims of the brutal practice of bride burning in Bangalore, India to Scarlet Cord which offers financial assistance, counseling, and job placement services to the victims of the Netherlands’ legal prostitution industry, Wellspring is making a difference in the lives of the most forgotten individuals.  And you can too!

Take a moment to visit their Projects page and find out more about the ministries with which you can be involved.  Choose to play a part in providing education to impoverished children through Zamar Academy in Channai, India or play a role in the Food Coupon Program providing sustenance to Iraqi refugees.  Then visit MyWellspring where you can join or create a campaign to help raise both funding and awareness.  Whatever you do, commit to making a difference

2 Responses to “Wellspring International”

  1. Delinda Mccann August 27, 2012 at 17:05 #

    I would like you to consider those who have been unknowingly abused in the womb, individuals with brain damage due to pre-natal exposure to alcohol. They will suffer for the rest of their lives and are prime targets for the other types of abuse you are focussing on.

    • acgheen August 27, 2012 at 17:07 #

      These unborn are, indeed, an high risk group. I spent much of my childhood with friends who suffered the effects of just such abuse.

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