WHO WE ARE

Providentia as First Christian Blockchain Philanthropy Foundation

We save the lives of malnourished children. We ensure everyone can access clean water, food, training and healthcare. We enable entire communities to be free from hunger. Our accounts are audited every year to ensure that we are effectively using the funds entrusted to us.  We need your help getting the message to leaders so they hear us loud and clear.

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Give, and it shall be
given unto you

Our strategic plan aims to enable people to be in charge of their own destinites - and to guide us to work with partners to pursue significant, measurable reductions in human suffering. Show the world that you want millions can live. Share our campaign and be a part of the compassionate  generation.

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STORIES

A researcher seeks the roots of plants' healing power

Deep in a forest in the West African country of Ghana, two men are searching for plants that they hope could ultimately provide a cure for some of the world’s deadliest diseases.

Refugee Research Project

Refugee Research Project explores how we can best address the refugee crisis in the Middle East. Under the leadership of Dr. Michele Barry at the Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health, this 18-month project sees an opportunity to uncover all faculty, staff, and students working on refugee projects, connect them, and identify opportunities to collaborate and contribute meaningfully to the Syrian refugee crisis.

A new rapid diagnostic test could help protect the health of unborn babies

Pregnancy is a special time. And a special opportunity for malaria parasites. Once bitten by an infected mosquito, a woman carrying a child is unlikely to experience malaria symptoms.

Achieving Breakthroughs in Education for Children

A 9-year-old schoolgirl in Uganda smiles brightly as she practices writing numbers on a chalkboard in her classroom thanks to a charity for children's education.

Working Together to End Hunger

It’s a simple fact: A child’s chance for a bright tomorrow starts with getting enough healthy food to eat today. But in America, 1 in 6 children may not know where they will get their next meal. For the nearly 13 million kids in the U.S. facing hunger, getting the energy they need to learn and grow can be a day-in, day-out challenge.

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