CCN HOUSE Community Development Agency Los Angeles, California USA
CCN HOUSE Low income housing project in Los Angeles, California.
Christ Channel Registered in USA and in Nigeria
CCN House provides housing to low income individuals and families in the County of Los Angeles in California since 2002 .
IRS Letter of determination as a Public Charity
Christ Channel Network is registered as a Nonprofit/NGO , though our name "Christ Channel " reveals as a Christian organization but we serve all people, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or creed. We never proselytize or require a profession of faith in exchange for services.
We live in a broken world of injustice, oppression, disease, and conflict. In impoverished communities around the globe, millions of children are suffering every day from the effects of dirty water, malnutrition, hunger, and despair–children that are waiting to be rescued. In our modern times it's hard to believe that so many people suffer from chronic hunger and malnutrition. In the United States it is typical for most families to spend 15-20% of their annual income on food. However, in developing countries this number jumps to 80-90%! with the cost of food skyrocketing in recent years the number of people suffering is growing. Most of the victims of this devastating problem are malnourished children, too weak to fight off common diseases.
We believe that all children have the right to learn and grow in a safe place, free of fear and danger. We believe in the potential of Africa and its people. We believe it is the responsibility of everyone to help meet the needs of orphaned and vulnerable children and we believe in developing new and innovative ways to help them succeed. We believe in education, in exploration and in speaking up for those without a voice. We believe in being warriors of peace and architects of stability. We believe in creating a world with no victims, no perpetrators and most importantly, no bystanders.
It is estimated that every five seconds another child dies from hunger-related diseases. These deaths occur quietly in dusty villages in some parts of Africa, the slums of Honduras and the Highlands of Peru. Filling Stomachs of children can be seen in children’s health and their academic performance. This tendency to move around, along with poverty and high malnutrition, has had a very negative impact on school enrollment in some parts of the world. 1 in 5 children under the age of five is underweight in developing countries. 1.8 million People die every year due to water-related illnesses. Ninety percent of these are children under the age of five. 1 out of every 13 children in the developing world is an orphan.
Christ Channel Network projects and programs coordinates administrators, parents and community leaders to take ownership of our programs on a long-term strategy to keep it alive so that they may deliver hope to suffering children and families in their communities.
Some people in the world live on less than $1.25 (USD) a day. Most lack access to one or more basic human needs: healthcare, sufficient food, safe drinking water, or adequate shelter. Combating poverty and food insecurity demands more than simple charity. We need your help in cash and in kind donation to keep our programs and projects alive both in United States and in Africa. Make a donation today. Christ Channel is incorporated as a nonprofit organization in USA and as an NGO in Nigeria Our healthcare services is incorporated as YAHUTULA MEDICAL LTD in Nigeria. Certificates of registration can be view/print out from this website with a copy of IRS letter of determination "Proof" as a 501 (c ) (3 ) nonprofit organization in United States. We have consistently reported and filed our returns to US Internal Revenue Service since 2002 to-date. MAKE YOUR DONATION TODAY .
Christ Channel Network /CCN is a 501 ( c ) ( 3 ) nonprofit organization in United States established in 2002
All donations to CCN are tax deductible.
Contact Office: 1354 W 84th Place, Los Angeles, CA. 90044 USA 1 (310) 292-1147 firstname.lastname@example.org