No.  Children Incorporated is an independent charity.  We have no religious or political agenda.  Our goal is to assist as many impoverished children as possible, and we respect each child’s religious and cultural heritage.

That being said, the projects with which we partner are existing NGOs, and, in some countries, these include childcare facilities that are managed by religious organizations.  For example, we support children who live at the Puente Piedra Girl’s Home, an orphanage in Peru that is run by Catholic nuns.