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Sponsor a Child

Sponsoring a vulnerable child is a great way to directly impact a life! By sponsoring a child, you can help ensure that they stay in school, get medical help when needed, learn valuable life skills, receive encouragement, and hear the gospel! You are able to directly communicate with your child via letters, send them gifts, and even visit them personally. Your financial gift for your child goes directly to their respective Hope Center, where it is used to meet their physical, educational, and spiritual needs. There is no better, more personal way for you to connect with and support the needs of a child! For a commitment of just $37 per month you can provide priceless hope for a needy child.
In our General Child Sponsorship Program, we help the neediest children, most often from extreme poverty and/or suffering from physical disabilities, to get the help they need for a brighter future.  These children can come into the program at any age, but typically join a Hope Center before the age of 10.  Children complete the General Child Sponsorship Program after the completion of secondary school (high school) or when they reach the age of 20, whichever comes first. We ask our sponsors to commit to sponsorship until the child completes the general sponsorship program.
Brian is a war victim in northern Uganda who lives with his HIV positive single mother. His father was killed in the LRA army several years ago. He...
DOB: 06/14/1998
Irene lives with her single mother in a small one room rental house. Her father died of cancer when she was one year old. Irene's mother has no...
DOB: 06/07/2007
Mohammed enjoys reading and football (American soccer)! He and his two sisters live with the parents, who are peasant farmers. Mohammed does very...
DOB: 11/28/2006
Joan's parents separated when she was in P5. It was very difficult for her mother to support her and Joan's three siblings. Joan's mother was...
DOB: 08/24/2001
Shadia was born in 2001 in Kampala. Shadia says, “My parents separated when I was around 4 years, and my dad told my mom that he would only care...
DOB: 05/12/2001
Henry was found wandering around lost in the suburbs of the Greater Accra Region. A kind lady named Mary took Henry into her home with the...
DOB: 06/12/2006
Abigail lives with her grandmother and three siblings in a ramshackle little house in the Kamwokya slums. Abigail's parents abandoned her at birth,...
DOB: 06/18/2016
Paa was born to a woman of the streets who had birthed 11 other children with several men. Paa doesn't know most of his siblings. Gladys was...
DOB: 05/21/2009
Mary lives with her mother, father, and five other children in Biriwa, the central region of Ghana. Her father had a broken leg that needed to be...
DOB: 04/06/2010
Faith grew up in the slums of Kirombe-Luzira. She is a half orphan; her father died when she was five years old, in 2016. She lives with her single...
DOB: 10/16/2010