New Rhythm Project - Caring for Orphans

New Rhythm Project is a non-profit organization that works to educate, communicate, and facilitate local communities to care for orphans and vulnerable children across the globe.

What We Believe – We believe that caring for orphans is more than just an initiative or social justice movement – it’s a way of life.

Who We Are?

We are a collaboration of professionals, specialists, & thinkers who are passionate about creating & shaping opportunities for individuals & families to care for orphaned and vulnerable children. We believe that caring for orphans is more than just an initiative or social justice movement; it’s a way of life.

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Start a New Rhythm


Think seminar but way cooler. You can host one today and learn how you can use your skills and networks to care for orphans.


Think one on one with a lot of fun! We’ll map out an orphan care plan that is just right for you.


Think Dr. Suess with a twist. Our visual storytelling team will help you capture and share your story.


Join our team. Your support is vital to fulfilling the mission of New Rhythm Project.


Music moves us & shapes us from the inside. But, what if we used music to mobilize us on the outside? Join us as we create a rhythm of music and mission.

From the Blog
  • My rhythm takes me in a new direction

    When Jason and Shelly began New Rhythm Project, they had a vision of bringing a new rhythm into communities and churches, whereby adoption would be embraced by all and would be considered normal. As an adoptive mother, I couldn’t wait to embrace their mission and eagerly accepted …

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  • Spotlight: Southeast White House

    When Melissa Nevins, mentoring coordinator for the Southeast White House, talks to people about mentoring, she has several stories she likes to tell, but one in particular is a favorite.

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  • Adoption in the news

    This is a monthly post rounding up news items and blog posts of interest that cover adoption and foster care. See a news item worth reading? Email

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