Creating a Future for Orphans

About Us

Malawi Children’s Mission was formed in 2007 to serve orphaned and vulnerable children in Malawi, Africa.

History

In 2007 Steven Koffman and Sean Robinson formed MCM to help address the growing crisis facing orphaned & vulnerable children in Malawi, Africa. Working with local partners and the Malawian Ministry of Social Affairs, MCM was established near the neediest of villages in the Lirongwe area of Southern Malawi.

Mission

Create conditions in which Malawi’s orphans can thrive. Life for many orphans is about surviving the day. But we believe orphans deserve more. Our focus is providing an environment in which a child can develop potential and a future. That orphans will discover their ability to make a positive difference in their own community.

MCM Orphan Support Program

Vision

That the orphans we serve will impact Malawi. We see a future where every orphan has a unique life-path.  We will empower leaders who take MCM’s mission as their own – launching young adults into their communities to create lasting change.

Local Impact

Some of Our Work

350,000
Meals Served
3
Fresh Water Wells
150
Children Treated for Malaria
129
Enrolled at MCM Academy

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Creating Impact with Global Partners

Partnerships

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MCM Blog

Maize 2018

Update from Karen Hirsh – It is with urgency that I update you on the current food crisis in MCM’s community.  I ask for your support again to ensure we have …

The Ripple Effect

Snow, washing machines, lobsters, sky scrapers, the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, are but a handful of the “firsts” experienced by Phoebe (MCM Director of Social Services) and Henock (MCM Director …

10 Years in the Making

By Guest Contributor: Josh Croom – I had the great privilege of taking this picture. From the left is Marie, Fortune, and Stella. These orphans have been with MCM from …

Orphan Sponsorship Works

Why sponsor an orphan? For over 10 years MCM has supported hundreds of orphans and vulnerable children, resulting in incredible stories. A University of Chicago article indicates that international sponsorship increased …