About Us

Fences for Orphans (FFO) is a ‘doing business as’ under Matrix Ministries a 501c3 public charity.  FFO creates a win-win for all groups of people involved.  A homeowner contacts Fences for Orphans and requests a quote.  A professional FFO Crew Chief design and quotes the fence project at a local market competitive price.  Under the guidance and direction of our Crew Chief, FFO uses volunteers to help on the project.  Using volunteers allows FFO to give 80% of our profit to help build orphanages.  The majority of our volunteers are construction savvy repeat volunteers who have built many fences with FFO.  We produce a quality product and have many satisfied clients who agree.  With this model the homeowner, and the volunteer get to help build orphanages for needy children without writing an extra check, taking a vacation or leaving family or work  to go on a mission trip.  Every time the homeowner looks at his or her fence they can know they were able to help children at risk.  This is also a great way to involve the whole family in understanding the blessing and needs in our world. And, most important, an innocent child gets a safe place to live, food to eat, clean clothes to wear, someone to watch over them and love them, an education, and a chance to know Christ.

Donations from FFO go to The Global Orphan Project a 501c3 public charity who uses 1005 of their donations to care for orphans.  You can visit The GO Project at www.TheGlobalOrphanProject.org.

The mission of Matrix Ministries (www.MatrixMinistries.org) is to, identify and create opportunities for individuals, groups, churches and businesses to meet community needs both locally and globally.  FFO is one way Matrix Ministries does that.  Partnering with local homeowners, local volunteers can spend an hour, a day, or a week being involved locally, meeting a need globally.  Many people will say, “What’s the use; we cannot build enough homes for all the orphans in the world”.  I recently heard someone say, “Do for the one, what you wish you could do for everyone.”  I also heard someone say, “Do for others, what you have them do for you.”  Helping just one child is worth it.  If that one child were laid on your front door step, would you help or ignore.  It is worth helping one.