Children to Love International

Bakersfield, CA

Founded: 1993

Tel: (661) 588-9000


Top LeaderMr. John F Penrose

Donor Contact: Mrs. Jane Galbreath

Member Since: December 23, 2016

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $1,578,971
   Noncash Donations $4,653
   Other Revenue $828
   Total Revenue $1,584,452
   Total Expenses $1,552,990
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $451,055
Total Liabilities $30,621
Net Assets $420,434
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Children to Love is focused on meeting the needs of the suffering children of the world, providing help and assistance to empower 'the least of these' (Matthew 25:40). Our efforts are focused on education, spiritual teaching, economic support, physical assistance, and social intervention. We seek to equip all children to become independent, contributing members of their communities, and fully committed followers of Jesus. We work in Romania, India, Uganda, Ukraine and Philippines. Each of our ministry partners is led by committed Christians serving within their own cultures and communities.

Children to Love International was born out of a calling to respond to the plight of orphaned and abandoned children in Romania in the early 1990’s. CTL began working with orphanage officials to facilitate international adoptions and to meet the immediate needs of children who could not exit the system. Since then, CTL’s impact has multiplied and expanded to India, Uganda, Philippines and Ukraine. Please consider partnering with us to share God’s heart for his children.
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