Orphanages Supported

The James 1:27 Foundation seeks long-term partnerships with organizations domestic and abroad that care for abandoned children with a loving and Christian faith-based approach. Through these partnerships, we strive to make a positive impact on orphans worldwide.


In 2008, the Foundation began supporting Aloha House, an accredited social welfare agency in the Philippines. Dedicated to providing a loving Christian environment, Aloha House operates an orphanage for children in crisis. The orphanage currently houses about 15 children. They also have a mothers’ program that offers livelihood training. In addition, they maintain an organic farm where they offer agricultural training and
internships in Sustainable Agriculture to families in the community.

For Newsletter updates on happenings at Aloha House, click the link below.

Open Door Haiti

In 2012, The James 1:27 Foundation began its support of the orphanage at Open Door Haiti in Bois De Lance, Haiti.  Opened in late 2011, this new orphanage is part of a larger ministry that serves the people of Haiti through church plants, schools, feeding programs and a medical clinic.  The orphanage currently has 28 children in their care ranging in age from 3 to 9 years.  The staff at Open Door Haiti are hopeful to construct a second wing onto the existing orphanage to enable them to double the number of children that they can take into their care.

Open Door’s ministry efforts began in Haiti under the leadership and vision of Pastor Wiljean Compere in 1993.  After meeting Pastor Wiljean at a Billy Graham conference in Amsterdam, Doug Holliday and his wife Jennifer went on to ultimately launch Open Door’s U.S. base of operations in 2006 as a mission effort of their local church, Seminole Community Church in Sanford, Florida.

Please visit the link below to learn more about Open Door Haiti and how you can sponsor one of the orphans:


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