Partners and Supporters

The Sacred Portion Children's Outreach is in partnership and is supported by many other organizations. Visit some of the links below to find out more.

Christian Alliance For Orphans' Yearly Summit has become a national focal point for Christians commited to adoption, foster care and global orphan care.


Rehoboth Sampaloc Ministries is a ministry founded upon the word of God, embracing those scriptures containing the Lord's admonition to care for orphans.

Children's Shelter of Cebu (CSC) has been caring for ophaned, abandoned and surrendered children in the Philippines for over twenty years. Visit Children's Shelter of Cebu at:


Half the Sky Foundation is establishing early childhood centers in Chinese walfare institutions to provide the children stimulation, individual attention, and an active learning environment.

Home for Good Foundation provides a connection that enables anyone to love and care for orphans in a practical and meaningful way. Simply by helping other families adopt. Vist HFGF at:


Lions Club International Foundation is partnering with The Bozeman Lions Club, The Tanay-Kapuso Lions Club of the Philippines, SPCO and Rehoboth Children's Home to construct a Community Medical Clinic in the Philippines.

The Bozeman Lions Club submitted a grant application to the Lions Club International Foundation to fund the construction of a Medical Clinic in Sampaloc, Philippines.  The Bozeman Lions Club is also providing local financial support in the form of matching seed funds required for the Medical Clinic grant.

The Tanay-Kapuso Lions Club is participating by providing voluntary services and labor in the Philippines and is involved in a Twinning Relationship with The Bozeman Lions Club and the Lions Club International Foundation.

The local church is God’s answer for the orphan crisis. Hope for Orphans exists to help your church do what God has called you to do on behalf of children in the United States and around the world. We serve churches with a heart for orphans.

This Small World Adoption Program qualifies for financial grants by the foundations who partner with Small World. The granting foundations are solely responsible for approving or denying prospective adoptive parents.

Project One Forty Three, Inc., (Project 143) is named for those that it serves — namely the 143 million orphans worldwide. Sadly, since our founding, this number has increased dramatically, but our mission remains the same — to help orphans experience the love of families.