Make Way Partners

Wilsonville, AL
Founded: 2003
Current Status: Member
Member Since: December 31, 2007
ECFA accredited organization

Financial Data
   Cash Donations $2,928,479
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $140,000
   Total Revenue $3,068,479
   Total Expenses $3,223,019
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
Total Assets $917,519
Total Liabilities $0
Net Assets $917,519

Data for year ended June 30, 2017
Per the organization's financial statements

Contact Information
Make Way Partners
Wilsonville, AL
Tel: (205) 240-8597
Fax: (205) 822-8091
Top Leader: Ms. Kimberly Highland
Donor Contact: Audrey Lynn Moore

Ministry Description
Make Way Partners is a Christian mission agency committed to prevent and combat human trafficking and all forms of modern-day slavery by educating and mobilizing The Body of Christ. We acknowledge that our hope, strength, and courage in this battle is the Hope of the Gospel embodied in Jesus Christ. We are compelled to carry on His work in very practical ways to minister to the least of these who are most vulnerable to slavery and trafficking. We offer tangible help that includes orphan and widow care, food, shelter, education, job training and placement, as well as medical care.

Through our sponsorship program we are working to save, heal, protect, and prepare thousands of at-risk unadoptable orphans to be the next generation of leaders in their communities. As a Complete Care sponsor you become family for your child as the sole provider in supplying life-saving food and clean water, a loving home and 24-hr security, quality education and Christ-centered discipleship, proper healthcare and medicine, as well as emotional trauma care and healing support.
Trauma-Informed Care provided through FHL is a unique and integral part of all that we do to end the cycle of violence and raise up a new generation of peacemakers in Sudan and South Sudan. Utilizing the principles of our equine facilitated trauma-informed care, our FHL medical network serves to address the needs of the whole person who suffers severe trauma—from physical, to psychological and spiritual care.
In 2012, to offset rising food costs, we began farming in the fertile southern region of South Sudan. With the initial few hundred acres, the project grew enough maize, peanuts, okra, tomatoes, pumpkins, sorghum, kale, carrots, oranges, lemons, mangoes, papaya, and avocados to feed our entire Hope For South Sudan orphanage. We plan to continue expanding this project on our nearly 2,000 acres, with a dream to provide enough food for our entire orphan-care network throughout Sudan and South Sudan!
One way Make Way Partners fights against human trafficking in Sudan and South Sudan is through education. By giving vulnerable children access to quality education, we are building up the next generation of leaders. In 2012, at our orphanage near Darfur, we built the only free secondary school in the entire region. In 2014, we added a solar powered computer lab, in 2017, a science and medical lab for students desiring to become medical professionals.
The lack of protection for both widows and orphans in the warzones of Sudan and South Sudan is overwhelming. Women and children are literally standing outside the fences of our compounds waiting to come in. Every night we close the gates on those vulnerable outside simply because of the limited space and funding. For $50,000 in South Sudan and $75,000 in Sudan, we can build a small dormitory to welcome approximately 25 more orphans and supply 2 widows with training and a job as their caregivers.

Available Files
  • Audit (2017)

  • Ministry Sectors
  • Children & Youth
  • Discipleship
  • Evangelism
  • Human Services & Medical
  • Disaster Relief & Development

  • Ministry Types
  • Missions: Foreign (primary)
  • Evangelism
  • Missions: Short Term
  • Relief and Development
  • Child Sponsorship
  • Human Trafficking
  • Orphan Care
  • Women's Ministry
  • Discipleship
  • Ministry Training, Consulting