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4 ways to engage with your sponsored child’s culture

4 ways to engage with your sponsored child’s culture

Your sponsored child has a lot of things in common with most kids. They love to play games. They love to hear stories, and just like you, they probably have a favorite holiday. But because your sponsored child lives far away, it can sometimes feel difficult to connect...
Auntie Tabitha’s journey

Auntie Tabitha’s journey

Larissa wraps Tabitha’s long, black hair slowly around a warm curling iron. The strong bond between the two women is obvious as they laugh and share stories. No one would guess they had just met for the first time. And yet, they have known each other for years....
Child Sponsorship brings fountain of hope for Zambia

Child Sponsorship brings fountain of hope for Zambia

Carolina watched as the other children made their way to school. She eyed their freshly pressed uniforms, their new notebooks, and the handfuls of sharpened pencils. All Carolina wanted was to join them, but she knew her family would never be able to afford it. Her...
This pop-up card will make your sponsored child smile

This pop-up card will make your sponsored child smile

When I was a child, I always looked forward to visiting the greeting card section at the grocery store. I loved searching through all the different cards. I liked the ones that sang or made noises and laughed at the ones with jokes, but my favorites were always the...
Sponsors, check out this new monthly resource

Sponsors, check out this new monthly resource

What’s your favorite thing about sponsoring a child? If you’re like most people, writing letters is probably near the top of your list! And it’s no wonder. Letter writing allows you to build a relationship that spans continents and cultures. It helps you get to know...
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