UnFinished International was conceived in July 2012 when Brian and Christine Cloar traveled on a humanitarian mission trip. During that journey, Brian and Christine were introduced to the children of a local special needs school. Even though Christine grew up in the area, she never knew the school existed. What they discovered during their time there changed everything about their lives. It was an unforgettable experience that transformed their minds and hearts.
The school conditions were poor and in disorder. The school grounds and buildings were in disrepair, and the children’s uniforms were sparse, torn and tattered for those who actually had them. Children were grouped into rooms together and merely managed rather than educated. Some children’s needs were simply not being met.
Seeing all of this first hand inspired Brian and Christine to do something to change the situation. It was on this visit the dream that would become UnFinished International was born.
We will do all things as an act of love for children with special needs and disabilities and their families.
We will empower, enable and encourage our people, teams, affiliates, and the communities in which we serve to operate effectively, efficiently and in the best interest of the children who need them.
Engage in Excellence
We will uphold integrity and the highest standards in all endeavors; persistently learning, training and refining while building a strong sense of compassion, excitement and ownership.
We will manage resources with wisdom and efficiency as we carry out our mission.
Helping children in the developing world with special needs and disabilities.
Delivering the right to a quality education to children who are normally turned away from schools.
Providing love, attention and life skills to empower the children and provide future sustainability.
Our Mission & Beliefs
We believe we are all “unfinished” and that with the right education, training, medical care, love, and hope, these children and their families can experience change one life at a time. This change will create stabilization from the child to the family to the community to the region and ultimately the world.