At Global Way Makers, we work toward five main Causes around the world: The building, staffing and maintenance of orphanages; the relief of abject poverty; the efforts to end human trafficking; the funding of micro-business opportunities and scholarships across the globe.

Global Way Makers works closely with several select Partner organizations on all the continents. We have chosen these organizations because their plans, philosophies and, most importantly, their actions, contribute directly to the betterment of the human condition. Please read on to find out more about our Partner Charities, then decide which Causes you would most like to give your donation to as they strive to make the world a better place. 100% goes STRAIGHT to those in need.

Global Way Makers is like the middle of the spokes wheel distributing funds directly to those in need!


Supporting Orphans

Orphanages represent the first line of defense for the children whose parents are no longer a part of their lives. These young ones are the indirect victims of war, of disease, of the economic and social pressures that have left them abandoned and without direction, unable to fend for themselves.


Ending Human Trafficking

Statistics show that one of the most lucrative businesses in the world is the sex-slave-trade. Girls and boys around the world are forced into prostitution before they are in their teens. Please join us in saving a life today! Help us to rescue a child and teach them a healthy way of life and a trade so they can have the opportunity to escape from the only life they know. Working together we will make a difference…one life at a time!


Relief of Abject Poverty

For people in this life threatening environment, the first answer is food, clothing and shelter. Globally, poverty is the single greatest enabler of human trafficking, the flood of abandoned children and the rampant spread of disease. Without the means to help themselves, entire cultures are vulnerable to exploitation, and their people spend all their energy in a desperate quest for sustenance.


Funding Microbusinesses and Scholarships

We know that a dollar invested in education is one of the best investments that we can ever make. It is our hope to make a difference not ONLY in their life, but also in their communities! Give a man a fish, or teach a man to fish…? With Micro-loans we can help hard working mothers and fathers feed their families and communities where there are no jobs. Help us to give these people a way to earn a living and feed their families.



Salvation Army

An International movement to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.


Doctors Without Borders

Works in nearly 70 countries providing independent, impartial medical aid to those most in need.


Rotary - Hearing aids to Deaf

Supports education and job training, provide clean water, combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, and eradicate polio.


Wheel Chair Foundation

with a goal to provide a free wheelchair to every child, teen and adult worldwide who needs one, but has no means to acquire one.


Red Cross

has been the nation's premier emergency response organization.


World Vision

Dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.


Not For Sale

Creates tools that engage business, government, and grassroots in order to incubate and grow social enterprises to benefit enslaved and vulnerable communities.


Orphanage/End Trafficking


Dina Foundation

Supplies food, shelter, work skills with supplies, medical aid or schooling.



CARE is a leading humanitarian organization fighting global poverty and also delivers emergency aid to survivors of war and natural disasters, and helps people rebuild their lives.



micro-financing mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty.


One Acre Fund

We help empower the poorest farmers in the world grow more…over 130,000 farm families grow more.


Dental Care For Children

Providing free dental care to children in need.


Love Does

Fighting injustice, we combat human rights violations, including forced prostitution and slave labor.


Catherine’s Kids Orphanage

Special Needs Orphanage ; to promote the health and well-being of special needs children, orphans, and the most impoverished.


Iris Ministries

Brazil, India, Indonesia, Israel, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Nepal, Sierra Leone, South Africa, South Korea, Sudan and Tanzania.: We build schools, children centers, homes and churches; extensive feeding programs; evangelism and healing; well-drilling; medical care.


Village Care Int.

We equip leaders to empower Village members to care for their orphans & widows by raising their standard of living using their own resources.


New India Ev. Assoc.

Over 3000 children are now enrolled in 12 NIEA mission schools in North India.Twenty Christian homes for orphaned and indigent children are in operation in four states.


Somebody Cares Int.

DISASTER RELEIF - We funnel donated funds and urgently needed resources directly to communities that are hardest hit by disasters.


Be A Hero

1.2 billion 'children at risk' because of poverty, homelessness, child labor, slavery, sexual exploitation, AIDS and plagues, and war cannot be ignored…help us help them!


Rady's Children's Hosp.

The largest children’s hospital in California, sixth largest children's hospital in the country exclusively to pediatric healthcare and designated pediatric trauma center..82 percent of the region’s children,more than 150,000 children in 2011.


Project L.i.f.e. Foundation

96 full time staff in 13 projects spread over 8 provinces. We reach out hands of love to abandoned children, abused young girls, prostitutes, drug addicts, HIV babies, dying mothers, poor rural women, slum women. 


Dream Center

Residential rehabilitation programs for teens and adults, a shelter for victims of human trafficking, a transitional shelter for homeless families, mobile hunger relief and medical programs, and a foster care intervention outreach.



We provide new prosthetics devices to any and all low-income Bolivian amputees in need.