Our Mission: To bring the Love and Hope of Jesus Christ to those we serve.

This beautiful prayer was written in 1991 by our co-founders, Jim and Terry Orcutt. In 2010, it was issued a certificate of registration with United States Copyright Office. If you wish, please feel free to reprint and share the My Brother's Keeper prayer with others.

My Brother's Keeper Prayer


When I have food, Help me remember the hungry.

When I lie in my bed, Help me remember those who sleep on the floor.

When I have a warm home, Help me remember the homeless.

When I have work, Help me remember those without jobs.

When I experience the joy of giving to my children,

Help me remember the agony of those who must watch their children go without.

By remembering, Help me destroy my indifference and arouse my compassion.

Make me concerned enough to act in your name, to help those who cry out to you

for that which I so often take for granted.

A suggestion: Ask yourselves this question.
"Am I my brother's keeper?" If the answer is Yes, perhaps you would like to join us, as we go Along the Way in spreading the Love and Hope of Jesus Christ.

If you wish to contribute, use one of the following methods:


My Brother's Keeper, Inc.
P.O. Box 338
Easton, Massachusetts 02356

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Your support is deeply appreciated.
My Brother's Keeper is totally dependent upon private donations.

My Brother's Keeper is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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My Brother's Keeper thanks you for your continued prayers and support.
"Whatever you do for the most humble of my people, you do for me."
Matthew 25:40