CUBIT pursues the fulfillment of true religion. Food and water are the basic necessities of life, and spiritual needs are more readily met when these practical needs are satisfied.
“Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this:
to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.”
CUBIT provides humanitarian aid throughout the world. Natural disasters, such as earthquakes and tsunamis can devastate entire communities. That is why we make it a goal to be there to help distribute water, food, clothing, and provide education and shelter for those in need. Consider donating to this fund to help us help others when disaster strikes.
CUBIT provides food programs around the world for those in need. In Egypt, CUBIT has God’s Widow’s Farm. This farm raises animals, such as sheep, goats and chickens for milk and meat and farms produce that provides weekly fresh vegetables to widows and orphans. Any left overs are sold and profits are given back to the widows. God is reaching the Muslim world through your help!
CUBIT has installed over 200 water purification machine around Cairo, Egypt. Each machine supplies over 1200 liters and serves 400 people per day with 96% pure drinking water.
- Each machine costs $600.00
- Each machine uses filters that cost $50 and are replaced every 3 months
CUBIT also provides water purification machines for clean drinking water in Central and South America.
Natural disasters, such as earthquakes and tsunamis can devastate entire communities. That is why we make it a goal to be there to help distribute water, food, clothing, and provide construction help to provide shelter for those in need.
Consider donating to this fund to help us help others when disaster strikes.
Brad, the son of Dr. Ron and Paula Charles, is the main leader for all of CUBIT’s numerous construction projects. Involved in construction since he could swing a hammer, Brad’s desire is to provide shelter for those who have none. Through his work primarily in Central and South America, he has learned Spanish, developed a network of friendships and helped many throughout the region. Numerous structures in countries such as Mexico, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, and Ecuador testify to his passion for helping others with his construction skills.
Brad hosts mission trips to Central and South America when construction projects are needed. You can help by volunteering to join him on a mission trip, or by providing financial support.