Mission, Vision & Values

Our Mission

“We believe orphans deserve the opportunity to access New Routes for their lives - ones that will enable them to reach their full potential.”

Our Vision

We envisage a world where orphans:

Receive care and love
(James 1:27)

Have access to the basic necessities of life
(Deuteronomy 14:29)

Are not subjected to inequality or injustice
(Psalm 82:3; Isaiah 1:17; Deuteronomy 10:18; Psalm 10:14)

Are lifted up and encouraged
(1 Thessalonians 5:11; Hebrews 10:24-25; 2 Corinthians 11:13)

Come to know God and develop a loving relationship with Him
(Proverbs 8:17; Matthew 7:7-8; John 17:3; Revelation 3:20)

Know their true identity
(Genesis 1:27; Jeremiah 1:5; John 1:12; 2 Corinthians 5:17)

Know their purpose
(Ephesians 2:10; Romans 8:28)

Are filled with hope for the future
(Jeremiah 29:11; Romans 15:13)

Have access to New Routes in their lives, led by God Himself
(Psalm 37:23-24; Proverbs 3:5-6)

Our Core Values

Definition: “A very strong feeling of emotion, e.g. love, enthusiasm etc.”
We, the staff at NRF, are deeply and genuinely enthusiastic about the work of NRF, translating into purposeful action.

Definition: “The quality of being honest and having strong moral principles”
As an organisation, we strive to always uphold our strong Christian values. This involves maintaining strong moral principles and being open and honest in all we do.

“Definition: The ability to understand another person’s feelings, experience, etc”
We place a high value on our staff deeply empathising with our beneficiaries, donors and other stakeholders - that is, to put ourselves in their shoes and share in what they may be experiencing. We believe this approach will allow us to support and help our stakeholders in the best ways possible.

Definition: “The hard work and effort that somebody puts into an activity or a purpose because they think it is important”
We consider ourselves stewards of God’s work in NRF, and therefore we believe it deserves our full attention and commitment.

Definition: “The quality of being extremely good”
We set very high standards for NRF. If we do anything, we want to do it well.
This is both for the best interests of our beneficiaries and for the glory of God.