FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Mercy Without Limits strives to meet the needs of neglected and underserved communities so that future generations may have the tools they need to create meaningful change in their own lives. Working with partners around the world, we empower communities to recover, build resiliency, and thrive in the face of unfortunate circumstances.
A: We respect the privacy of all of our donors. That means we do not sell your information, rent it out, exchange it, or provide it in mailing lists. We may send you opportunities and newsletters via communication with our website.
A: We strive to keep your personal information completely secure. We utilize SSL internet security protocol as our certification and encryption technology in order to keep your credit card data safe. That means whenever you enter your credit card number in a response form on our site, you can feel confident that you are protected. There are no records of hackers or card thieves breaking SSL encryption and stealing personal information.
A: Sponsorship of an orphan child with Mercy Without Limits (MWL) costs $60 per month to be billed monthly or annually. Every dollar of that money goes towards meeting the child and their community’s basic provisional needs and setting up programs to meet their long-term sustainable growth – programs such as education and healthcare.
A: As a community-based organization, our programs are built and run in collaboration with the very communities we aim to aid. We want to empower people to make positive change in their lives, the lives of their children, and for the community as a whole. Our collaborative team is highly invested in efficiently and effectively using all available resources to meet the specific needs of each community we serve.
A: Our goal at Mercy Without Limits (MWL) is to be present in a community for as long as there is a need for the services we have to offer. In the case of logistical challenges that may arise and prevent us from continuing our efforts, we will reevaluate different options to ensure our orphans and their communities can transition smoothly. Currently, we provide relief and long-term sustainable efforts to orphans and their communities in Syria, Turkey, Jordan, Iraq, Sierra Leone, and Ghana.
A: There is not a time limit that dictates how long you can sponsor a child. We view sponsorships as a commitment to the child for the long term, but each sponsorship is different and the lengths will be based on a number of different factors. Generally, sponsorship can end when a child grows old enough to care for themselves or becomes self-sufficient. As long as the child that you sponsor has not become self-sufficient, he or she will typically continue to receive assistance. If or when your sponsorship with a child ends, we will inform you and provide you with a chance to sponsor another child that is in need of assistance.