The “Patricia B. Hammond’s Home for Girls” is the largest of all the homes we serve with 60 priceless young ladies.


These homes were founded out of the heart of Dorothy Uhlig, who went to be with Jesus in June 2013. Dorothy had served in this region for 64 years. She was a modern-day Amy Carmichael, a true angel of the Lord.

Her co-workers in Christ, Inkean and Naree, are now the father and mother of these precious young ladies.

The dorm that these 60 young ladies previously lived in was called by them “the oven” and by myself “the barn.” It truly was in great need of replacement. We celebrate that a new home is now completed because of a significant gift from Patrick and Paul Lawler in memory of their precious mother.

Like the other homes we serve and support, most of these young people were in needy and at risk circumstances. CYDC now provides them a safe place, with love, care, food, shelter, clothes and an education assuring their future. Above all, they are learning of the love of Jesus, receiving Him and His salvation, growing and becoming disciples of Jesus Christ.


When CHF met Dorothy 3 1/2 years ago the future of this home was in doubt because of its financial crisis. As you can see now the home is vibrant and full of young ladies. Praise the Lord!

The cost of operating this home is $3,500 a month.

Thank you for considering becoming a sponsor of this home. You are investing in the lives of these priceless treasures and offering to them a different future both presently and into eternity. That is a gift of wise stewardship and one that gives unusual dividends!