On Orphan Sunday, Christians around the globe celebrate the love of the God who “defends the cause of the fatherless” and calls us to do the same. Each year, hundreds of volunteer coordinators help churches, ministries, and individuals to make the Gospel and God’s true character visible as they explore and respond to His heart for vulnerable children in adoption, foster care, and global orphan ministry.
This year at the CAFO2018 Summit — with great joy and appreciation — CAFO honored many dedicated volunteers at the
CAFO 2018 Orphan Sunday Awards Luncheon
We are profoundly grateful to these servants for bringing the message of Orphan Sunday
and Stand Sunday to the church around the world.
Their tireless dedication is changing the lives of children all over the world.
Please join us in congratulating this year’s award winners.
Member Organization of the Year
The Bair Foundation
For engaging Orphan Sunday at 83 churches across many U.S. states in 2017
Best New Coordinator
For engaging 30 new churches in Mississippi in 2017
Coordinator of the Year
For reaching 163 individuals and businesses and 144 churches through the “One More Child” Orphan Sunday campaign in 2017
Award for Courage and Character
For his willingness to share his story and photo for the 2018 Stand Sunday campaign
The Founders Award
Lourdes de Morataya
For launching the first Orphan Sunday events in the nation of Guatemala in 2009
The Maureen Clark Servant Leadership Award
For faith and perseverance in executing Orphan Sunday and Stand Sunday in the nation of Canada
Congratulations to all of the award winners. If you have a heart to advocate for orphaned and vulnerable children and would like to serve with us, we’d love to hear from you! There are still states currently without an Orphan Sunday Coordinator. If you have an interest in learning more, please email [email protected]. Let’s get coverage for EVERY state ahead of Orphan Sunday 2018 on November 11!