Buy a Brick, Build a Home Buy a Brick, Build a Home This summer, partner with WBCL and Forgotten Children Worldwide to build a home for orphaned and vulnerable children in Mutoko, Zimbabwe. This orphan home will house up to 10 children and a married couple as caregivers. Living in a home like this with a smaller group of children and the caregivers allows the children to grow up in a family atmosphere. It gives them a more normal upbringing than living in a traditional orphanage with many children housed together. Meet the Kids You're Helping Bonface ChidzureSex: Male Age: 4 years Bonface was abandoned by his mother at the bus terminal in Mutoko. His mother was known to be a local sex worder, but it's been a year now since she abandoned Bonface and her whereabouts are unknown. There are no known immediate relatives of Bonface or his mother. Or mail a check to:WBCL Radio Network1115 W Rudisill BlvdFort Wayne, IN 46807 Earmark: Buy a Brick, Build a Home Why Zimbabwe?Zimbabwe is in great anguish. The unemployment rate in 2017 was 90 percent, poverty is rampant and hopelessness is palpable. Poverty sets the stage for child trafficking—so danger is literally lurking at the door for vulnerable children in Zimbabwe. About Forgotten Children WorldwideForgotten Children Worldwide safeguards orphans and vulnerable children from poverty, abandonment and the evils of human trafficking.They introduce the fatherless to their heavenly Father. Currently Forgotten Children ministers with indigenous partners in Uganda, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Nepal and India. Learn more at forgottenchildren.org.