Healing Hands Ministries of Pakistan is a Christian non-profit charity organization operating in Pakistan
for religious, educational and humanitarian purposes. Our mission is to:
Healing Hands Ministries reaches out into the surrounding cities and villages to help the poor, the disadvantaged, and the oppressed peoples of Pakistan. Many find themselves trapped in low-paying jobs such as in the brick making industry. With wages so low, families do not have enough for their basic food needs and are forced to take loans from the brick kiln owners in order to survive. In turn, many become bond-servants and find themselves trapped forever because they do not have the financial ability to pay back the loans. Healing Hands provides help by teaching in the word of God, training in alternative occupations such as making clothing, and in some cases by direct financial assistance when possible. We work with other charity organizations to provide sewing machines for women who wish to break out of the cycle of poverty by becoming self-employed.
Healing Hands Ministries operates 2 orphanages in the Sheikhupura area. Pakistani Hope Children’s Home for Boys was established in 2017 to provide refuge for street-living children, children whose only option is to work alongside their parents in the brick kilns, or children who are themselves in slave bondage because of parents’ debt, and children whose parents or guardians simply cannot care for them adequately. In November 2020, God blessed this ministry with the finances to rent and equip another building to operate Pakistani Hope Children’s Home for Girls. The doors to the Girls Home opened on November 15, 2020. Currently, there are 40 boys and 40 girls being cared for in each of the homes.
Healing Hands assists local churches by bringing teachers from surrounding areas as well as other parts of the world to small communities who lack the ability to attract outsiders. In addition, we participate in various evangelistic events to help solidify the communities in the Name of Jesus Christ.