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Boys and girls living in poverty have always needed help. Now, that need is even greater. Over the past few months, the number of kids who need sponsors has increased, and the effects of the coronavirus pandemic have put them in even more desperate situations.

And with the Children of the World choir no longer touring because of the coronavirus, our main source of recruiting new sponsors has been removed. Since the choir stopped traveling, the number of new sponsors each month is down over 94 percent! When a child living in poverty doesn’t have a sponsor, it often means he doesn’t receive the essentials like healthy food, medical care, and educational opportunities he needs.

But for just $105, you can cover a child’s basic needs for three critical months.

AS A THANK YOU:

Include your phone number upon checkout, and we’ll text you a photo of the child you are helping with your $105 gift.

Why is the need for sponsorship especially great RIGHT NOW?

The chart below shows the drastic downturn in the number of new sponsorships since the coronavirus hit and the Children of the World choir stopped traveling and sharing about the need for sponsors.

The next three months are crucial for children living in poverty. Here’s how you can help:

  1. For $105, you will cover a child’s basic needs for three months. (The needs are especially great during this pandemic!) We’ll even send you a photo of the child you’ll be helping.
  2. You will help provide essentials like nutritious food, durable clothing, basic medical care, and educational opportunities.
  3. You will give a child the chance to experience the love of Jesus.

The next three months are crucial for children living in poverty. Here’s how you can help:

  1. For $105, you will cover a child’s basic needs for three months. (The needs are especially great during this pandemic!) We’ll even send you a photo of the child you’ll be helping.
  2. You will help provide essentials like nutritious food, durable clothing, basic medical care, and educational opportunities.
  3. You will give a child the chance to experience the love of Jesus.

See the power of your giving

Watch the videos below to see how your $105 gift to meet a child’s needs for three months will help rescue a boy or girl from a life of poverty.

What your gift provides

Education transforms lives

Wang Sangbo’s Story

A Message from Noel

2 Ways You Can Help Rescue A Child Today

Make a One-time Gift

Your one-time gift of $105 will cover a child’s basic needs for the next crucial three months. Include your phone number upon checkout, and we’ll send you a photo of the child your donation will help.

Commit to Sponsor a Child for a Year

When you commit to a monthly sponsorship gift of $35 (just over $1 per day!), you’ll have the opportunity to choose which child to sponsor and can write to him or her, creating a lasting relationship as you meet his or her needs.

2 Ways You Can Help Rescue A Child Today

1. Make a One-time Gift

Your one-time gift of $105 will cover a child’s basic needs for the next crucial three months. Include your phone number upon checkout, and we’ll send you a photo of the child your donation will help.

2. Commit to Sponsor a Child for a Year

When you commit to a monthly sponsorship gift of $35 (just over $1 per day!), you’ll have the opportunity to choose which child to sponsor and can write to him or her, creating a lasting relationship as you meet his or her needs.

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