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Milk Project

Mozambique, Africa

The Milk Project provides life saving milk to babies in Mozambique, Africa. As aids and malnourishment run rampant, mothers often cannot produce breast milk or afford the proper formula. This program allows the children to stay with their mothers and receive the nourishment they desperately need.

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Seeds of Hope

Armenia, Colombia

The "Seeds of Hope" project provides a home for about 39 children in need and it serves as a retreat to countless others whose families have been affected by poverty, addictions, and other hardships. The home provides a loving environment, nutritious meals, and tutoring.

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Our Mission

Little Changes International a Christ-centered organization focused on meeting the fundamental physical, educational, and spiritual needs of children worldwide.


Main Problems

Children today are faced with challenges of many forms. From sex trafficking, abandonment, drugs, and lack of basic needs. We believe even little changes can make a big impact.


Get Involved

There are so many ways that you can make an impact on a child's life. From local fundraisers to volunteering abroad, we have a place for you to get plugged in! Contact us for more info!


Donation Program

No amount is too small. We believe that God can use the smallest of tools to change the world. Whether a monthly pledge or a 1 time gift, every dollar counts.



One Today

We are featured on Google’s charity “One Today” initiative! Details 



Recent Posts

The Harvest

Everyone in our board has been tremendously impacted by the Milk Project. I must confess that it is very difficult for u


Surreal. Home. Crazy. Life. Called. These words surfaced when asking the team about our first week in Bogotá. It has been surreal.


Every year we have an amazing fundraising event where we all gather together and play Bingo. It is an absolutely fun night

IPad Air 2 Raffle!

The raffle is back! We are gearing up to do our fourth annual Bingo night. If you have yet to find out

Pure Love

As we walked around the village of Manga, we made home visits to the mothers whose babies had already graduated from the