Founded in 2006 by Tyson and Jenny Ray, Children’s World Impact is a 501(c)(3) organization that runs totally on the efforts of volunteers, whose desire is to make an impact for widows and orphans. Unlike most non-profits, all operating expenses for the organization are underwritten by the founders and board of directors.
Our promise to our donors is that every dollar given goes directly to the projects specified. Who we are as an organization is largely impacted by the passion and drive each board member brings to the organization.
Tyson Jon Ray
“I believe every human is hardwired to care for others. I know no greater satisfaction than improving the lives of widows and orphans. I desire everyone to know how it feels to be part of this impact we are making at CWI.”
“With every visit to Haiti I am reminded that it is easier to ignore the needs of children in poverty. Allowing yourself to be broken for children in a third world country means living with a heart divided. A part of your heart will remain with each child you hold and every orphan that looks to you for a glimpse of hope. It’s a humbling experience to be stripped of your comforts and bodly go where life is hard. But in those tought moments you experience a genuine, pure love.”
“Meeting these women is humbling. Despite their living conditions, they exude joy, strength, persverance, and generosity. There is so much I can learn from each of them. It is truly a blessing helping these women become more independent through providing them opportunites.”
“Having the opportunity to package food that is helping those in need, both in Haiti and here in Walworth County, is a privilege and a blessing, and I am so humbled to play even a small role in that.”
“From the first time I went to Haiti, these beautiful people have had a piece of my heart. It has been a joy to teach, pray, and laugh with them. I am thankful to have the opportunity to now serve them from the States through the CWI board of directors.”
“The ongoing ministry of CWI daily affects the lives of orphans, widows, and local communities in Haiti, Ghana, and Ecuador. Its power is grounded in God’s love and effective because of long term relationships with persons in those countries. That is why I support CWI.”