Annual 5K / 10K / No-K
Our annual Project Nic 5K / 10K / No-K will be held September 16, 2023. More information will be available over the coming months.
million orphans worldwide
orphans cared for
Project Nic is a nonprofit that provides opportunities for people to live out the love and justice of Jesus to orphans around the world. Our mission is to provide children with the love and support they deserve so that they are able to thrive in the environment that they are in. The children supported by Project Nic come from many backgrounds including war, HIV/AIDS, and prostitution. Now, in 2023 with more than 250 kids and growing, we are seeking support from people like you to continue on in the mission of declaring God’s greatness to these kids as well as providing them with food, shelter, education, and medical care.
Our China shelter currently cares for 22 children. The children that go into this shelter usually deal with physical and mental disabilities. The staff that care for the children take care of them so well, and we are grateful for our China staff.
In India, Project Nic is currently helping care for 15 boys in the shelter. Over time, our desire is to grow the shelter to the point that they are caring for both boys and girls. India also has a day center that helps care for 34 other children.
Project Nic currently operates two shelters in Myanmar, one with 115 children and the other with 30 children. The children that come to the shelter come from war torn families, and we are thankful for our staff that provides such good care in the midst of immense hurt.
Nepal is the newest of Project Nic’s shelters! There are currently 12 children that we care for here and hope to continue growing. There are also 12 other children that we help care for and sponsor that live outside of the shelter. We are so excited to serve these children and the staff that work here.
In our Taiwan shelter, we have created a space to help children who live in disadvantaged areas succeed in education and to give them exposure to the bigger world. We currently have 34 children that attend this shelter.
The story of Project Nic started with a real orphan named Nic in the country of Taiwan and an adoption that took place more than a decade ago. Since then, God has allowed us to be a part of a beautiful story of adoption and the care of orphans around the globe. Watch this video from Pastor Jeff Funderburk to hear more about Project Nic.