Cypress Global

Transform Lives

Transform Lives

Empower Communities

Empower Communities

Create a Better Future

Create a Better Future

Transform Lives

Transform Lives

Empower Communities

Empower Communities

Create a Better Future

Create a Better Future

Shiloh Church and School

  • Haiti-School-Scholarship-Impact-Classroom.jpg
  • Cypress-Church-Missions-Haiti-glasses.jpg
  • Cypress-Meadows-Church-Missions-Haiti-School-Children.jpg
  • Cypress-Church-Missions-Haiti-Dental.jpg
  • Haiti-School-Children-Scholarship--Impact-Girls.jpg

Compassion for Haiti

In 2003 we began a partnership with Shiloh Church in St. Louis du Nord, Haiti. We provide school scholarships for more than 400 children; water purification systems; micro-loans for entrepreneurs to start or expand their business; and send medical/dental/educational teams.

 

Children whose families are unable to afford school tuition remain trapped in the cycle of abject poverty and often fall victim to human trafficking. To sponsor a child(ren) simply click here:

Springs of Hope Kenya

Compassion for Kenya 

In 2008 Cypress stepped into the HIV/AIDS pandemic that was ravaging Sub-Sahara, Africa and sent Molly Waits to establish an orphanage in Nakuru, Kenya: Springs of Hope Kenya.

 

Molly also created Bagamoyo a sewing center which makes artisan African bags while providing jobs for women and men disaffected by HIV/AIDS and provides financial support for the orphanage. 

 

Kambi Amani (Camp of Peace) is an eco-tourism camp with stunning views of Lake Nakuru and is a source of jobs and revenue for the orphanage. 

 

To find out more about Springs of Hope Kenya, Bagamoyo or Kambi Amani, visit their website at SpringsofHopeKenya.org.

  • Cypress-Meadows-Kenya-Orphans-Molly.jpg
  • Bagamoyo-Handmade-Bags-Ironing.jpg
  • Springs-of-Hope-Kenya-Shoes-for-Orphans.jpg
  • Springs-of-Hope-Kenya-Orphanage-Happy-Kids.jpg
  • Kenya-Retreat-Camp-Center.jpg
  • Bagamoyo-Staff-Handmade-Bags.jpg
  • Springs-of-Hope-Kenya-Orphanage-Smiles.jpg

On Sunday, December 12, an electrical fire broke out at Springs of Hope Kenya orphanage, consuming part of the structure and severely damaging the rest. Thankfully, none of the staff nor children were injured in the blaze. The children were temporarily placed in the homes of SOHK staff members, where they remained for the first half of 2021.


Through generous donations from Cypress Meadows Community Church members, friends and family, SOHK was able to begin the rebuilding, restoring and renovating process soon after the new year. Just 7 months later, the orphanage was rededicated by Pastor Douglas Poole, along with Molly Waits, Director of Springs of Hope Kenya orphanage.