In places like Haiti, Uganda, Zambia, and Guatemala, children are suffering extreme malnutrition and other life-threatening conditions. They die preventable deaths simply because there are no clinics nearby or their families can’t afford to take them to the doctor. But your gift can help rescue one sick child. By supporting the entire rehabilitation of one child, you will provide everything that child needs to survive from initial emergency medical treatment to long-term housing and care.
For $1,200, you can provide everything needed to help rescue a child from the brink of death.
How will my gift help?
Your $1,200 will cover every step of a child’s rescue such as…
- Transportation to our partner’s facility
- Initial emergency medical treatment
- Hospital stay
- Food, vitamins, and supplements
- Long-term housing and care for orphans
- Education for parents on child nutrition and health care
- Continuing medical care and check-ups
Who will my gift help?
You will help rescue a child in a developing country like Guatemala, Uganda, Zambia, or Haiti. In these countries, impoverished families often can’t afford nutritious food or clean water. Parents are helpless as they watch their children grow sicker. But you can help save a child today.
How can I get involved?
Give today, and help save a sick, starving child from the brink of death. Your $1,200 gift will rescue a malnourished child and give provide long-term rehabilitation. You will give one boy or girl a chance to beat malnutrition and continue growing healthier for years to come.
Think your family and friends might want to help? Start a fundraiser.
This Christmas, help transform lives for under $30!
Your Christmas list may already be pretty full. From parents to . . .
Where Needed Most
Not sure how to help this Christmas? Give where needed most!
Every year around Christmas, my church holds a special service for . . .
No nutrition means no hope for baby Astridah
Like you, it breaks my heart to think of children starving around the . . .
Sign up to stay up to date on our work around the world. 40,000 people already have.