• Boy     Kenya

    01/09 /2010 (Age 5)

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    Clinton is playful and in fair health. He lives with his parents and siblings in a semi-permanent home. They do not have electricity and have access to water from a community source. HIs favorite color is white and his favorite food is wheat flat ... Meet Clinton

  • Girl     Kenya

    06/03 /2011 (Age 3)

    142428


    Akai is friendly and in good health. She lives with her parents and siblings in a semi-permanent home. They do not have electricity and obtain water from a community source. Her favorite color is white and her favorite food is fish. For fun, she e... Meet Akai

  • Girl     Kenya

    01/01 /2006 (Age 9)

    142661


    Christine is friendly and in good health. She lives with her parents and siblings in a thatched home. They do not have electricity and obtain water from a community source. Her favorite color is yellow and her favorite foods are meat and milk. She... Meet Christine

  • Boy     Philippines

    12/30 /2010 (Age 4)

    121296


    Kert is friendly, playful and in good health. He lives with his parents in a home made of concrete with a grass roof. His favorite color is blue and his favorite food is fried fish. For fun, he enjoys singing and dancing. When he grows up, he hope... Meet Kert Necholi

  • Girl     Tanzania

    04/02 /2005 (Age 10)

    142070


    Tatu is friendly and in good health. She lives with her parents and siblings in a grass thatched home. They do not have electricity and have access to water from a community source. Her favorite color is red and her favorite food is rice. She cont... Meet Tatu

  • Boy     Kenya

    09/19 /2009 (Age 5)

    142785


    Francis is friendly and in good health. He lives with his parents and siblings in a hut. They do not have electricity and obtain water from a community well. His favorite color is green and his favorite food is meat. He contributes at home by clea... Meet Francis

  • Girl     Malawi

    10/06 /2002 (Age 12)

    141498


    Eliza is friendly and playful and in good health. She lives with her parents and siblings in a home made with grass. They obtain water from a community source, but do not have electricity. Her favorite color is green and her favorite food is tea w... Meet Eliza

  • Girl     Guatemala

    05/14 /2006 (Age 9)

    148363


    Sandra is shy and in good health. She lives with her parents in a block home with concrete floors and an iron sheet roof. Her favorite color is orange and chicken is her favorite food. For fun, she enjoys playing with dolls. When she grows up, she... Meet Sandra

  • Girl     El Salvador

    02/03 /2008 (Age 7)

    146143


    Darlyn is friendly and in good health. She lives with her mother and siblings. They do not have electricity. Her favorite color is purple and favorite food is rice. She contributes at home by cleaning. For fun, she enjoys playing with dolls. Meet Darlyn

  • Boy     Kenya

    01/01 /2008 (Age 7)

    137541


    Korduni is a friendly and playful child from Kenya. He is in good health and lives with his parents and siblings in a manyatta (hut). They have access to water from a community source, but do not have running water or electricity. His favorite col... Meet Korduni

   

Musungoi
Musungoi
Musungoi
Kenya
Age 8

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Leshan
Leshan
Leshan
Kenya
Age 12

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Penina
Penina
Penina
Kenya
Age 8

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Nankeni
Nankeni
Nankeni
Kenya
Age 7

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Salumu
Salumu
Salumu
Tanzania
Age 13

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Lapken
Lapken
Lapken
Malawi
Age 14

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Korduni
Korduni
Korduni
Kenya
Age 7

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Onkoba
Onkoba
Onkoba
Kenya
Age 8

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Osmanier
Osmanier
Osmanier
Nicaragua
Age 15

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For just $30 a month, you can provide food and other life essentials to a child in need

You can give a child living in a poor community hope for tomorrow. As a sponsor, you’ll help rescue a boy or girl from the enemies of childhood — hunger, disease and poverty. You’ll meet urgent physical needs and offer the chance for a brighter future.

Sponsor a child: Give the gift of childhood

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What children receive

  • Nutritious food: you give a child a hot meal at school plus provide nutritional support and education for their family.
  • Clean water: you give a child access to safe, clean water close to home.
  • Education and school supplies: you free a child to go to school and have hope for the future instead of work for food
  • Livelihoods: Through sponsorship, you help parents find new ways to support their families.
  • Medical care, and more!

What You’ll receive

  • A photo and important information about your sponsored child.
  • The opportunity to communicate with your child through letters and show how much you care!
  • Regular updates on your child’s well being as well as notes and/or drawings from your child.