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the dream project

DELIVER + RESTORE + EQUIP + ACTIVATE + MOBILIZE

 

The Dream Project is a center for vulnerable children.  We support families in our community and have a family-style home for children who have been orphaned or made vulnerable either by poverty, or by the AIDS epidemic in Mozambique, Africa.

 

THE DREAM PROJECT MISSION

Deliver family environments to orphaned, abandoned, and impoverished children.

Restore children holistically, through education, Christian discipleship, and medical care.

Equip children with vocational training and life skills for a chance to become productive members of their society in adulthood.

Activate local adults to participate in helping the children in their communities out of spiritual and physical poverty.  

Mobilize individuals and teams to join The Dream Project on location for short and long-term mission efforts.


Donate

Impact the lives of the vulnerable

Financial contributions from supporters like you are the only way that The Dream Project can continue to provide care and support to children who, without it, would not have hope. 

Here's how you can help; view our donation menu.

What We Do

DELIVER + RESTORE + Encourage + Advocate + MOBILIze

 

Housing

Twelve young men were raised at 'Our Father's House' and provided with all of their basic necessities, including a place to live. These boys have now grown up and we continue to support them as they transition into higher education, vocational school, and their roles as adult leaders in the community. Our center is currently functioning as a transitional home as we transition the boys to independence and build them each a small home to begin their independent lives.

Community Support

Aside from the 12 children we have raised in our house, there are several families including dozens of children in the community who receive assistance with identity documents and education. Additionally, depending on individual needs, they receive assistance with health, housing, food, and additional basic needs. Many of the families we assist are led by widows. We support children be raised in family environments in the community or in small orphanage settings of 12 children per home.

Medical Assistance

We provide help with medical needs in our community, we also provide health instruction to prevent some of the most devastating illnesses.

 

Christian Discipleship

Teaching the children in our care the ways of the Lord Jesus are of paramount importance for us. Many of our young men participate in an intensive 6-month discipleship training program with Youth With A Mission. Some of the children who graduate from the orphanage go on to participate in further Bible training as adults.

Education

One of our values is to provide education for those who cannot afford it. We provide school fees, books, and uniforms (when necessary) and identity documents paid for by The Dream Project. Many children might otherwise not have the opportunity to receive formal education.

Mission Efforts

Many long and short-term missions teams and individuals spend time working with the children and improving the lives of those in Mozambique through The Dream Project. Projects range from building projects to medical missons and everything in between. If you or your church group are interested in coming to visit us in Mozambique, please contact us at julia@thedreamproject.org.


Julia Uliano

CO-FOUNDER, THE DREAM PROJECT

Julia Uliano is a Physician Asistant and Ordained Minister with a passion for helping children in need around the world. Her work began in Calcutta, India, in 1998, when she opened the "Calcutta Hope Home" to provide safe refuge for destitute children. In Brazil in 2000, Julie established a ministry for street children and founded "For the Children International." Currently in Mozambique, Africa, Julie is ministering through "The Dream Project" to provide care, housing and education for children orphaned by the AIDS epidemic

Julia Uliano is the recipient of the AAPA 2009 Paragon Award for her humanitarian work.

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sponsor + support + volunteer

 

Volunteer

Our U.S. office is always in need of people who want to utilize their unique gifts to help The Dream Project run smoothly. If you would like to volunteer your time or talent to help at events, please contact us here.

Donate

P.O. Box 196, Chippewa Lake, MI 49320
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Donate

impact the lives of the vulnerable

Financial contributions from supporters like you are the only way that The Dream Project can continue to provide care and support to children who, without it, would not have hope. 

Here's how you can help; view our donation menu.