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Established in 2004, 100X has a proven record of bringing sustainable change to communities through education, health, nutrition, anti-hunger initiatives and social services.
Today, 100X is active in nine countries—Malawi, Haiti, Honduras, India, Mexico, Moldova, Peru, Uganda and the United States—working with those in greatest need including orphans and children at risk, pregnant mothers and families in poverty.
The 100X Development Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to leveraging resources to generate and support creative solutions to eradicate poverty and its negative effects by operating on the principle of Mark 4:8, "Other seeds fell into the good soil, and as they grew up and increased, they yielded a crop and produced thirty, sixty and a hundredfold.”
To empower children and families for a more hopeful and productive future; to change the lives of orphaned children with loving care and support, education and job training to those who are in need, helping vulnerable youth escape trafficking and giving mothers healthy nutrition and medical care so they can live to love their children