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What happens when I give my monthly sponsorship gift?

What happens when I give my monthly sponsorship gift?

Sponsorship is life-changing for children living in poverty. When you become a child sponsor, you provide a boy or girl in need with essentials like nutritious food, clothing, medical care, and educational opportunities. Maybe you’re thinking, “That all sounds great,...
Bishal might not have survived without help

Bishal might not have survived without help

The last couple of years have been hard for everyone, but Bishal almost didn’t make it out alive. Bishal lives in South Asia with his parents, who work as missionaries in the surrounding villages. Thanks to Bishal’s child sponsors, he has access to all the essentials...
Small gift ideas to show BIG love to your sponsored child

Small gift ideas to show BIG love to your sponsored child

Good things come in small packages, right? As you purchase Valentine’s Day cards and chocolates for your loved ones, don’t forget to pick up a little something extra for your sponsored child, too. Everyone loves receiving gifts and feeling special, and your sponsored...
3 simple ways to celebrate your sponsored child’s culture

3 simple ways to celebrate your sponsored child’s culture

Have you ever met someone new and had no idea what to talk about? Why is that? Because you don’t know them. Their favorite food … their weekend hobbies … their upbringing … their family … It’s all one big mystery. That’s why it’s so important to take some time and...
Your impact in 2020: Child sponsorship

Your impact in 2020: Child sponsorship

Food has always been one of the biggest needs for children living in poverty — and that need only grew worse when the coronavirus pandemic began spreading in 2020. During lockdown, children no longer had access to the meals they used to receive at school every day....
5 reasons children around the world need you (now more than ever)

5 reasons children around the world need you (now more than ever)

When I was a little girl and I had a nightmare, I knew I could always climb into bed with my parents. I remember my mom would hold me close and reassure me I was safe. She’d tell me everything was OK. And it always was. But for unsponsored children around the world,...
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