• Boy     Kenya

    06/25 /2005 (Age 10)

    142591


    Akales is friendly and in good health. He lives with his parents and siblings in a thatched home. They do not have electricity and obtain water from a community source. His favorite color is blue and his favorite food is fish. He contributes at ho... Meet Akales

  • Boy     Guatemala

    08/12 /2006 (Age 8)

    148334


    Luis is friendly and in good health. He lives with his parents and siblings in a wood home with dirt floors and an iron sheet roof. They obtain water from a community source and do not have electricity. His favorite color is brown and chicken is h... Meet Luis

  • Boy     Kenya

    01/01 /2006 (Age 9)

    142811


    John is friendly and in good health. His father is deceased. He lives with his mother and siblings in a thatched home. They do not have electricity and obtain water from a community source. His favorite color is red and his favorite food is fish. ... Meet John

  • Boy     Malawi

    06/05 /2004 (Age 11)

    141294


    Goya is friendly and playful child from Malawi. He is in good health and lives with his parents and sibling in a brick home. They do have access to water from a community source, but do not have electricity or running water. His favorite color is ... Meet Goya

  • Girl     Kenya

    01/01 /2004 (Age 11)

    143030


    Asukuku is friendly and in good health. Her parents are deceased and she lives with her grandmother and siblings in a temporary home. They have access to water from a community source, but do not have electricity. Her favorite color is yellow and ... Meet Asukuku

  • Boy     Kenya

    01/01 /2008 (Age 7)

    142238


    Koikai is friendly and in good health. His father is deceased. He lives with his stepmother and siblings in a hut. They do not have electricity and obtain water from a community source. His favorite color is yellow and his favorite food is rice wi... Meet Koikai

  • Boy     Kenya

    01/01 /2006 (Age 9)

    142681


    Ekamais is friendly and in good health. He lives with his parents and siblings in a thatched home. They do not have electricity and obtain water from a community source. His favorite color is green and his favorite food is fish. He contributes at ... Meet Ekamais

  • Boy     Malawi

    06/03 /2011 (Age 4)

    142394


    Lloyd is shy and in good health. He lives with his mother and siblings in a brick home with a grass roof. They do not have electricity and obtain water from a community source. His favorite color is pink and his favorite food is cornmeal dumpling ... Meet Lloyd

  • Boy     Guatemala

    03/17 /2003 (Age 12)

    148343


    Melvin is friendly and in good health. He lives with his parents and siblings in a block home with dirt floors and an iron sheet roof. His favorite color is sky blue and chicken is his favorite food. He contributes at home by working in the field.... Meet Melvin

  • Boy     Kenya

    04/07 /2009 (Age 6)

    142484


    Ejikon is friendly and in good health. He lives with his parents and siblings in a temporary home. They do not have electricity and obtain water from a community source. His favorite color is blue and his favorite food is fish. For fun, he enjoys ... Meet Ejikon

   

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.