Forward Edge International

Brush Prairie, WA

Founded: 1983

Tel: (360) 574-3343


Top LeaderMr. Tim Ainley

Donor Contact: Mr. Timothy Jones

Member Since: March 10, 2011

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $2,672,211
   Noncash Donations $67,310
   Other Revenue $66,200
   Total Revenue $2,805,721
   Total Expenses $2,514,377
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $1,950,327
Total Liabilities $155,116
Net Assets $1,795,211
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Our Mission is to partner with God to transform the lives of vulnerable children, disaster victims, and those who go to serve them. This is evidenced by vulnerable children cared for, disaster victims restored, and everyone involved with Forward Edge discovering and pursuing God’s plan for their lives.

Haiti is home to some of the most desperate children in the world. Many were orphaned or displaced by the Jan. 2010 earthquake, with no access to medical care, consistent food, electricity or running water. Kids Club in the province of Les Cayes serves 100 children weekly meals, medical care, funds for school, and spiritual guidance. Holistic care for the children extends to their families and the community.
Kenya has an estimated 1.1 Million HIV/AIDS orphans (UNICEF, 2011). Most of these children grow up in extreme poverty, suffering from preventable water-borne illnesses, hunger and malnutrition. Mama Beth Children’s Program serves vulnerable children in Kijabe, many of which are orphans. Child sponsors help Mama Beth’s provide these children with consistent nutritious meals, school tuition fees, school supplies, medical care, clothing and shoes, safe drinking water and spiritual instruction.
Oaxaca, Mexico is among the poorest regions in Latin America. Three out of four people lack access to basic necessities like food, water, education and health care. Trigo y Miel is a child sponsorship program bringing hope to children and their families in this area through a nutritious feeding program, a tutoring center, and spiritual instruction.
Villa Esperanza (Hope Village) is home to nearly 30 girls, most of them rescued from La Chureca, a village inside Managua, Nicaragua's city dump. In the dump, these girls were subject to sex trafficking, rape, malnutrition, drug abuse, and toxic gases in the air. They now have a new future with hope and opportunity at the Villa, receiving regular medical and psychological care, a comfortable bed, clothing, educational and vocational training, and loving caregivers.
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