If you had a child, where would you want him or her to go next if you died? To an orphanage? A response Americans rejected for its children about 80 years ago? Or to the loving care of a relative? Over the last 100 years, the local church network in Africa has exploded in growth, while the Western response to address orphan care still largely focuses on Western solutions. Forgotten Voices is innovating orphan care through the local church by catalyzing a sustainable, community based response to the orphan crisis. In southern Africa, Forgotten Voices is equipping carefully vetted local pastors in Africa to create custom plans and then makes a quiet investment into the plan, where beneficiaries only know about the local church, whenever possible. Sustainable income and tools introduced to help the church keep it going. Forgotten Voices partners with graduates of theologically sound, Association for Christian Theological Education in Africa (ACTEA) recognized African seminaries, which are leading local churches.