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Thirst No More Corporation is proud to work alongside a host of community partners to further our mission. Our dedicated staff is passionate about helping and advocating for people experiencing homelessness by providing access to basic human necessities. We believe that individuals and families should have the fundamental resources they need to live healthy and fulfilling lives. Our board of directors plays a crucial role in shaping our strategy and ensuring that we stay true to our mission of providing assistance and support to those in need. Learn more about our past and present projects, below.

Shoes 4 Schools Guatemala Project

Thirst No More Corporation, in support of Watchman on the Walls Ministries, LTD, annually finances the purchase of school shoes for our ministry-supported children in Chiquimula, Guatemala. We encourage you to send a monetary gift of any amount for these young people to have the proper footwear by the time they return to school after the Christmas break each year. Our target is $3,000 (USD), which, at $20 (USD) per child, would ensure approximately 150 students have the proper footwear required to attend school. You can contribute by clicking on the “Donate Now” button, above, using either your credit card or PayPal. For those of you with corporate connections and/or church affiliations, please share this campaign with your spheres of influence. No gift is too small—pennies can quickly grow into dollars.

Reaching All People (RAP) Outreach Project

RAP takes place in downtown Baltimore City, MD, every fourth (4th) Saturday of the month. At each RAP event, we give away hot food, clothing, toiletries, and miscellaneous items to our community friends and transitionally housed individuals. Each year, the number of people we serve continues to grow. Approximately two (2) in 10 Baltimore City residents live below the poverty line (22.9 percent) and approximately four (4) in 10 families with children live below the poverty line (39.5 percent).  On average, we assist approximately 65 community friends and transitionally housed men, women, and children at each RAP event. 

Operation Backpack Project

Thirst No More Corporation now partners with Metropolitan United Methodist Church in Indian Head, MD, to assist in their Weekend Backpack Food Program. This effort was originally inspired by educators in Charles County, MD, who found many of their students suffering from childhood hunger. Oftentimes, children qualify for free or reduced lunch through the National School Lunch Program. However, numerous students find themselves without proper nourishment over the weekend. This can harm their overall health and ability to focus in the classroom. Through Operation Backpack, we hope to provide these students with food for the weekend. This effort can potentially improve their physical health and sustain their mental focus during the week.

Trinitas Group LTD School and Recreational Facility Project

Group, LTD (Trinitas), is a nonprofit faith organization located in Kigali, Rwanda. They specialize in the production of cinder blocks for various construction projects in and around Rwanda. We are partnering with Trinitas to create a community facility in the rural area outside the capital city of Kigali, which would include a school for primary and secondary education, a recreational center to support the surrounding community, and smart classrooms with the latest technology to address the educational needs of advanced-level students. Our goal is to enrich the lives of Rwandan youth and support their local communities through this initiative.

Food and Construction Project (Rwanda)

Thirst No More Corporation, in support of Trinitas Group, LTD (Trinitas), is addressing the basic needs of a village community in the Bugesera District, outside of Kigali, Rwanda. Currently, we have supported a now-completed restroom construction project that provides lavatory support for hundreds of children, as well as started the construction of a large  enclosed kitchen to allow for food to be prepared in an indoor facility-instead of the staff navigating having to deal with the challenges of providing food for a large number of children outdoors. In the future, we plan to extend our efforts to address economic sustainability for the entire community by constructing an educational facility with a training center, a recreational center, hostels, and more. We plan to address these ventures through affordable housing, solar farming, and the installation of a cell tower in this village. We are projecting construction to commence in 2024 and be completed within three to five (3-5) years.

Backpacks for Nepal Fundraiser Project

Thirst No More Corporation now partners with the friends at the Himalayan Tribal Community Development Nepal ( to provide 200 backpacks to 200 children in regions located in southern Nepal, annually. ​We are currently collecting monetary gifts in order to send a total of $2,000 (USD) to Nepal to purchase these backpacks and transport them to each region for distribution to the children.

Food Distribution Project (Nepal)

Thirst No More Corporation has been providing healthy, nutritious food for lower income families in the Chitwan region, located outside Kathmandu, Nepal, since 2021. We are currently able to provide food items like cooking oil, lentils, seasonings, herbal medications, and more to approximately 10 to 12 families each month. In the future, we are planning to extend our reach to provide opportunities for pig/goat breeding, and assist with  hydroponic farming to provide healthy vegetables for these impoverished families.

Orphan and Street Support Project (Kenya)

Thirst No More Corporation now partners with Change Destiny Life Africa to support 24 orphan/street children in the city of Naivasha, Kenya. Our current focus is annually providing funding for school fees, supplies, and uniforms for the children so they can focus their energies on education-and advancing on to university studies. We have a larger plan for this community over the next several years, as we have identified property in which to construct an educational campus to address all levels of educational studies. We plan to fund this endeavor through solar farming and affordable housing. Our goal is to create an economically self-sustainability model that will provide employment and other opportunities for many years to come.


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