About US

Welcome to ShowCare.org

A beacon of hope and a force for positive change in the lives of those who need it most.

Established in 2016, our journey has been a testament to the power of compassion and collective action. As we stand on the precipice of 2024, we are proud to share the remarkable story of our impact in the Middle East and beyond.



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Let's Meet The Team

Grant Marshall


Pena Valdez


Rosalind D. William

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A Story To Our Journey

Our Humble Beginnings (2012)

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 In 2012, ShowCare.org emerged with a vision to make a meaningful difference in the lives of displaced children in Africa and the Middle East, particularly in war-torn regions. Fueled by the collective empathy of our founders, we embarked on a mission to provide essentials like food, shelter, clean water, and education to those facing the harsh realities of conflict.

Year of Resilience (2016)

solidifying our commitment to being a steadfast ally in the face of adversity.

As the world faced unprecedented challenges, so did the communities we aimed to support. Through the dedication of our team and the generosity of our supporters, we navigated obstacles, providing vital aid to those who needed it most. The year 2016 marked a period of resilience and adaptation, solidifying our commitment to being a steadfast ally in the face of adversity.

Expanding Horizons (2020)

Education sponsorships, medical aid initiatives

ShowCare.org expanded its reach, touching more lives and communities across the Middle East. Our programs evolved to address not only immediate needs but also to create sustainable solutions for the future. We initiated education sponsorships, medical aid programs, and innovative projects to uplift the spirits of those affected by conflict.

Transformation Unveiled (2024)

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As we step into 2024, the transformation brought about by ShowCare.org is undeniable. The children we supported have not only found refuge but have also flourished with education and healthcare. Our food camps have become symbols of hope, providing not just nourishment but also a sense of dignity. Clean water flows, and medical aid heals wounds, both physical and emotional. As good as that sounds the conflict in Gaza presents an overwhelming challenge and we depend on the support of our brothers and sisters to keep the children alive. Will you be kind enough to save a dying child today?