No… that’s not a mistake.  A mooring is the place… the rope… to which we are fastened to stay safe and secure. It’s a 15th century Olde English word… to be anchored.

By choice in response to God’s request, the volunteers and staff of The Project are the moorings for several thousand extremely poor, quite often orphaned or abandoned children and families. Even when things are tough, the 15th century sailors and their families knew they could count on strong mooring ropes to keep them safe.

Likewise, when life becomes darn-near impossible for our children and they feel like throwing in the towel, the mooring rope YOU make possible for their safety, sanity, and security through the Project keeps them going.

Thank YOU, and have a spectacular week!