As soon as communism fell in
Romania, several believers inspired through the Christian witness of late Reverend  Richard Wurmbrand started  an evangelical high school bearing his name. While under communism they were able to read books like Tortured For Christ circulated  secretly among underground local church members.   Though in crammed facilities and behind in paying its teachers salaries, a team of dedicated  Christian teachers are able to educate over 400 kids. Above, students shown in volunteer construction work.

The Richard Wurmbrand College is a fully government-accredited high school (1st -12th grades) in Iasi,

Your donations help:
  • The printing and free distribution of unpublished manuscripts of late Reverend Richard Wurmbrand;
    In countries formerly under communism in Eastern Europe we support:
  • Orphanages;
  • Elderly Christians who passed through many years
    of communist prisons for their Christian witness;
  • Christian education of disadvantaged children.

    The Richard Wurmbrand Foundation is listed in the Publication 78, Cumulative List of Organizations described in Section 170(c) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, which is a list of organizations eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions. May be checked online at (click on the following): Richard Wurmbrand Foundation IRS Listing

    Click to read an interview given on 7/2/2016 describing the suffering of Michael Wurmbrand in communist Romania; how the Wurmbrand family miraculously escaped (1965) arrived in the United States in 1966 and started a Christian missionary work.
    A different interview is shown below.