May 28, 2022
Our annual fundraiser to raise money for children living in poverty was a success, thanks to our dedicated community of volunteers, sponsors, and donors! Top San Diego Charity Hosts Annual Fundraiser Unity 4 Orphans hosts an annual fundraiser, and this year’s gala was particularly memorable. Our theme was “Open Hearts” and …
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May 6, 2022
We recently connected with longtime Unity 4 Orphans supporter, Jared Lutmer, to discuss how he became involved with our organization and how it’s impacted his life. His dedication to helping the children we serve through education and holistic care will hopefully inspire others to give back, and show that one person’s efforts can make a …
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May 5, 2022
Unity 4 Orphans (U4O) is excited to share the story of one woman who followed her heart to make a difference in the lives of orphaned children in Mexico. Brenda Martinez first heard about U4O when she met our founder, Joe Brandi, at The Rock Church in October 2021. He was talking about ministry in …
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April 13, 2022
Unity 4 Orphans founder, Joe Brandi, shares an Easter message for our volunteers, donors, and supporters. We send our heartfelt thank you to everyone who continues to join us in our mission to support children in Latin America by bringing education and holistic care for brighter futures and awareness to our communities and the world …
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July 20, 2021
Unity 4 Orphans’ heart for the children we serve calls us to help meet needs for not only their physical health and education, but also their emotional and mental health. With the support of our gracious donors, we have hired psychologists to work with the children in Miramar and Tijuana.
May 10, 2021
Unity 4 Orphans staff hosted a meeting for ESL program students in Nicaragua to share their experiences in—and expectations of—university life. Current university students were enthusiastic to guide their younger counterparts and shared admirable goals, like helping their families and communities once they graduate. Their conversations demonstrate our commitment to breaking the cycle of poverty by supporting education and opening career opportunities.