• Girl     Tanzania

    01/05 /2002 (Age 13)

    142094


    Rukia is friendly and in good health. She lives with her aunt and sibling in an iron sheet home. They have access to water from a community source and do not have electricity. Her favorite color is red and her favorite food is porridge. She contri... Meet Rukia

  • Girl     Kenya

    10/17 /2004 (Age 10)

    142334


    Rosemary is friendly, outgoing, confident and in fair health. She lives with her parents and sibling in a permanent home. They have access to water from a community source. Her favorite color is pink and her favorite food is rice. She contributes ... Meet Rosemary

  • Boy     Malawi

    12/19 /2007 (Age 7)

    142400


    Masautso is friendly, playful 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 black and his favorite food is ... Meet Masautso

  • Boy     Guatemala

    11/04 /2013 (Age 1)

    148316


    Juan is shy and in good health. He lives with his parents and siblings in a wood home with dirt floors and an iron sheet roof. They have access to water from a community source and do not have electricity. His favorite color is sky blue and rice i... Meet Juan

  • Boy     Malawi

    09/29 /2006 (Age 8)

    141661


    Vinjero is friendly, playful and in fair health as he is crippled in his right leg. He lives with his parents and siblings in a home constructed of bricks with an iron sheet roof. They do not have electricity and obtain water from a community well... Meet Vinjero

  • Boy     Tanzania

    09/13 /2003 (Age 11)

    142068


    Selemani is friendly and in good health. He lives with his parents and siblings in a mud home. They do not have electricity and have access to water from a community source. His favorite color is blue and his favorite food is cornmeal porridge. He... Meet Selemani

  • Boy     Kenya

    10/12 /2005 (Age 9)

    142582


    Ekiteles is friendly and in good health. His father is deceased and he lives with his uncle and siblings in a temporary home. They have access to water from a community source, but do not have electricity. His favorite color is green and his favor... Meet Ekiteles

  • Girl     Tanzania

    03/01 /2002 (Age 13)

    142088


    Mwanahawa is playful, friendly and in fair health. She lives with her parents and siblings in a mud home. They have access to water from a community source and do not have electricity. Her favorite color is yellow and her favorite food is rice. Sh... Meet Mwanahawa

  • Boy     Kenya

    01/01 /2006 (Age 9)

    142689


    Ekatorot 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 red and his favorite food is meat. For fun, he enjoys ... Meet Ekatorot

  • Girl     Malawi

    03/22 /2002 (Age 13)

    141587


    Nora is friendly, playful and in good health. She lives with her parents and sibling in a home made with bricks. They do not have electricity and obtain water from a community source. Her favorite color is blue and her favorite food is rice with c... Meet Nora

   

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.