Sponsoring a child is one of the most effective ways you can fight poverty. Sponsored children grow up happier, healthier, and more successful than their peers.
Sponsor a child today and transform a life for good!
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<“Find a child to sponsor” search bar> (see worldvision.org/sponsor-child)
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1. Sponsorship Benefits
Your sponsorship provides a child with access to life-changing care that includes things like:
• Nutritious food
• Health care
• A safe place to live
• Clean water
• The good news of salvation through Jesus Christ
2. How it works
- Find a child you would like to sponsor, and sign up. You’ll get a thank-you email immediately afterward.
- Soon after, you’ll receive a packet in the mail with information about your sponsored child and directions for writing to him or her. Your child will respond to any letters you send.
- Your monthly sponsorship will provide your child with the care they need to grow up happy, healthy, and well-equipped to transform their community and nation for good!
3. Types of Sponsorship
• Village Partnership Program – $32
o Children in our Village Partnership Program are living with impoverished parents or caregivers who cannot meet all of their basic needs. Sponsorship provides these families with the help they need to give their children things like food, clean water, health care, an education, and other necessities.
• Children’s Homes – $43
o Our full-care Children’s Homes are for children who have no one else to care for them. Sponsorship provides these children with food, clean water, health care, an education, a safe place to live, and the love and care of a real family.
• University/Vocational Students – $50 - $250
o University and vocational students are young people who grew up in poverty and never dreamed they would have the chance to transform their nations. Sponsorship provides students with the tools they need to finish their education and enter society as agents of change—including tuition fees, room and board, books, and other supplies.
One brief child’s story
One brief sponsor’s story
Top five questions and answers here (see worldvision.org/sponsor-child)
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