COCI programs have helped heal, educate and advocate for children in Bosnia, Israel, Romania, Serbia, Kenya, Haiti, Mexico and the United States. Over the years, COCI has developed and funded a variety of projects and programs worldwide that have met our vision, mission and values criteria. We target our financial and leadership support to vulnerable children in urban or rural settings.

New Generation Campaign

Exciting news here at Cherish Our Children International... we are merging with No More Victims Inc., a program providing emotional, social and educational support to children of incarcerated parents.

Haiti – L’Ecole de Choix

Cherish Our Children International (COCI) is delighted to announce that we are now partnering with L’Ecole de Choix in Haiti to assist in bringing about a brighter future for Haiti by beginning where it...

USA – No More Victims

Today, states spend between $66,000 and $88,000 per year on each juvenile offender—and their numbers are increasing. By helping students become self-respecting and self-sufficient, No More Victims (NMV) is saving taxpayers millions of dollars.

Serbia – Children Care Sopot

Cherish Our Children International (COCI) has been working in Serbia since 2000 when war, a tyrannical dictator and ethnic strife tore the country apart. Our work in Serbia started with the development of a...

Mexico – Little Blue Schools

Partnering with ROHI Foundation in Austin Texas to make a difference in Mexico.   You can be a part of making a difference in Mexico. Join us as we visit our Little Blue School...

Kenya – Adopt A House

In March 2013, COCI began a strategic partnership with SOS Children’s Villages located in Kisumu Kenya. Following several years of involvement in Kenya with our Children First Program, COCI saw the need to partner with...

Bosnia – Hope School

Cherish Our Children International (COCI) has expanded its programs into the Serbian Republic of Bosnia as of 2008. After a feasibility study was completed in the county of Kostajnica, a bombed-out kindergarten was discovered...