Children of The Most High Ministry

aka CMH   |   Blooming Glen, PA   |  www.cmhzambia.org

Mission

Since 1997, Children of the Most High has partnered with individuals, churches, organizations, and foundations to care for orphans and widows in the remote areas of Choma, Batoka, and Singani, Zambia.  Under the direction of founders Kevin and Dociah Friedrich, CMH provides for children in full-time care and other local children and their families.  Donated funds provide food, clothing, shelter, school fees, community church support, and educational training programs. Our mission is to serve those in need and to bring dignity and honor to orphans and widows, one by one.

Ruling year info

1998

Founder

Rev. Kevin Friedrich

Co-Founder

Rev. Dociah Moono Friedrich

Main address

P.O. Box 301

Blooming Glen, PA 18911 USA

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EIN

23-2852405

NTEE code info

Other Housing Support Services (L80)

Homes for Children & Adolescents  (P76)

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Our programs

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

What are the organization's current programs, how do they measure success, and who do the programs serve?

Safe Homes and Child Development

Housing: Two safe homes with house parents.  Donated funds support the care and daily provision for children who live in each of the safe homes.  Most of the children are classified as OVC's (orphaned, vulnerable children) and are without parents or have a single parent that is disabled or ill. Funds also provide stipends for directors, staff, and volunteers, as well as clothing, shoes, school supplies, school fees, and transportation for all.

Higher Education: Children can pursue higher education in private schools if funds for school fees are available.

Food Program: Daily lunches for school-aged children, formula and baby food distribution for the poor, safe home meals for children in full-time care.

Clean Water: Well drilling, water transport projects for local farming.

Economic Stimulus: Farming projects, raising animals.

Construction: Ongoing construction projects, school and training center, community church.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth

A Hammermill project will be an income generating source for CMH.

This hammermill will help provide grain for the community and raise funds to cover school fees through grain sales.

Purchase a 1 or 2-Piston Hammermill: $3,955.00   
Additional expenses:                              


6 Pockets x 50 kg Cement at $15.07:  $90.42




4 Rolls Brickforce Wire at $1.51:  $6.04




1 Roll Conforce Wire:  $225.99    
                                




The local community will provide the following:  Stones for the Slab, Building Sand, River Sand and Bricklaying Labor



TOTAL NEEDED: $4,277.45

Population(s) Served
Adults

The ministry is able to raise various animals for milk, meat, and general husbandry training.  Donated funds can be used to purchase pigs, goats and cows, which are cared for on the CMH farm, near Choma.

Population(s) Served
Families

Many children can only attend elementary school if funds are made available to them by sources other than parents.  Some children, having lost their parents to sickness, death, or abandonment, are forced to live on the streets.  Donated funds are used to cover school fees and provide supplies for children who can attend a community school or training college.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth

Provide funds for large vehicles to transport adults and children to local activities, services, and for medical care. The vehicles need frequent servicing, maintenance and replacement tires.

Population(s) Served
Adults

We provide funds for constructing local church centers that provide a central meeting place for families and children. These churches reach out to community members with weekly services, food donation, and clothing.

Population(s) Served
Families
Children and youth

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Children of The Most High Ministry

Board of directors
as of 04/17/2022
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board co-chair

Rev. Kevin Friedrich

Children of the Most High

Term: 1996 -


Board co-chair

Rev. Dociah Friedrich

Children of the Most High

Term: 1996 -

Kathy Terragnoli

University of Valley Forge

Kevin Friedrich

Global Christian Ministry Forum

Linda Sirianni

Deborah MacLean

Dociah Friedrich

Global Christian Ministry Forum

Karen Fluck