Aims and valueSBrighter Future has four core values, which underpin all of our work.Brighter Future provides help for people who are affected by poverty, disease, disability and prejudice. We work in partnership with individuals, families and communities to bring restoration, hope and dignity.ChristianOur Christian identity is the foundation of Brighter Future. We are motivated by our faith to follow Jesus’ example of healing the sick, caring for the destitute, looking after widows and orphans and speaking up for those who have no voice.RespectWe respect and help people regardless of gender, caste, religion or race, promoting universally shared values including love, justice and peace. We actively encourage a mutual understanding of one another’s beliefs.PartnershipsBrighter Future believe in equality and that people affected by poverty and disease should be enabled to take the lead in their own transformation. We work with active participants, not passive recipients. Our projects are a direct response to needs raised and identified by local communities. This means that everything we do is appropriate, timely and effective.
We work with active participants,not active recipients
Accountability and TransparencyWe take the stewardship of our resources very seriously. We are continually seeking ways to be as cost-effective as possible. We also measure the impact of our work, sharing, learning and striving to improve our performance at all levels.
Brighter Future is committed to openness and transparency in all we do.