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39 Million dead, 18 Million orphaned and abandoned...


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8,000 dead many still missing...


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200,000 Left Homeless...


Colorado Wildfires
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U.S.A. Tornadoes
Est. $2 Billion in devastation to date...


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100,000 lives lost...

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Haiti Earthquake
3.5 Million lives forever altered...


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2015 & 2014
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- AIDSOrphan712 "Build A Home" Field Project

eNewsLetter Articles:
- 2nd Annual AIDSOrphan712 Benefit Event with Brad Stine
- AIDSOrphan712 Centers Transform Lives
- AIDSOrphan712 Annual Audit & Review


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- Country Songwriters Event
- Video Team Make Preps

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Date Event
Sep 5th
to 20th

Build A Home
AIDSOrphan712 Project Review
Field Trip
Kisumu, Kenya

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TheWe are extremely excited to be a sponsor of HeavenFest 2015!  This is our first year to sponsor this multifaceted concert and event here is Denver, Colorado! (READ MORE)


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APRIL 28, 2015
Gathering Stones Church Sponsors Two Build A Home Projects

We are pleased to announce the sponsorship of, not one, but TWO Build A Home projects this September by the good people of Gathering Stones Church in Falcon Colorado!

Before taking their offering on April 5th this past Easter, Gathering Stones Church was challenged to raise funds to build two homes for AIDS orphaned children and their extended families.  Much due to the provision of God, this growing church managed to meet the challenge and came up with the funds to sponsor two homes! (READ MORE)


MAR 10, 2015
NR Welcomes Newest Board Member Mark Hilles

We are pleased to announce the newest member to our Board of Directors, Mark Hilles!

Mark has be
en an architect for over 25 years; Mark Hilles, AIA, founded Mountain West Architects in 2010.  Over the years, he has managed design-constructions projects ranging up to $20 million in scope for religious, educational, athletic, civic and commercial organizations. Since 2000, Mark has focused exclusively on creating design solutions for churches and christian schools across the country. (READ MORE)


OCTOBER 1st, 2013

First Two AIDSOrphan712 "BUILD A HOME" Projects COMPLETED!

Project Team Returns from Kisumu!

WE HAVE GREAT NEWS!!  We are pleased to announce the completion of our very first two  “Build A Home projects!

“Build A Home” projects are designed to assist AIDS Orphaned children and their extended families by building a home they can all live together in.  Additionally, the project replaces homes that are un-repairable and in dire need of replacement. Finally, “Build A Home” projects ask the recipient families to give back some assistance to the AIDSOrphan712 program in an effort to get local indigence people involved in the AIDSOrphan712 program

The Bollinger Famil
y was the first sponsor to “Build A Home” for Cynthia Akinyi and her family. 

Rachel Bollinger at the finished home for Cynthia and her family.

Our team working beside the local volunteers.

How-To-Build a mud and stick home in Africa.

This is Cynthia's new home with her mother and siblings.


Cynthia was also the first recipient of our “Young Legends” program.  Since our assistance with tuition and school supplies through this program, she has moved to third in her class of 45 students in test scores and has shown exceptional leadership in class!  Cynthia will be required to provide an internship to the AIDSOrphan712 program where additional leadership skills will be taught and where she will learn how to be involved in the program.

The Guildner Family was the second sponsor to “Build A Home”
for Jared


Jared was in desperate need of new housing where he could sleep in the same home with his step-mother and step-brothers.  The house that he was sleeping in had to be demolished!

Here is Jared and his Step-Mother and Step-Brother next to their new home!


Local volunteers helped build the mud and stick walls.  Our team worked right along side the local volunteers. 

Along with building these homes a dedication service was conducted the next day.  A family picture placard from the sponsoring family was given to the recipient family, with a community dinner for the recipient family, community leaders, local pastor, friends of the church and all the people in the community that helped build the home.  Later in the day volunteers helped the recipient family move into their new home!


These first two homes are the prototype for future home projects.  We'd like to thank Founder and President Rob Bollinger and his daughter Rachel, to be among the first to test the process of production for these homes and will set the stage for future “International Teams” to do the same.

If you'd like to become a “Build A Home” sponsor for our March 2014 trip and come along with us to celebrate with your recipient family, please provide your "Build A Home" gift by clicking:




For information on attending a "Build A Home" field projectCONTACT US.