You make the difference for your sponsored child or children — a great education, nutritious food, and hope for the future!
For the 4,605 children in the ChildHope program without sponsors … a friend like you is just what they’re praying for! We are providing for them through emergency funding now, but we must find sponsors for them ASAP.
Please consider sharing this information with a friend who might be able to help — or, would you consider sponsoring another child yourself? You can be the answer to these children’s prayers! They’re students like …
Eduardo, Tacuba School, El Salvador, 4th Grade
Eduardo and his two brothers live with their mom and dad. His father is a teacher, and on weekends, his mother sells food on the street, but the family still earns very little money. Eduardo likes art and the color blue. He enjoys playing soccer and wants to be a police officer when he grows up.
Natalia, Elohim School, Dominican Republic, 3rd Grade
Natalia and her sister live with their grandparents. She enjoys playing with her friends, and her favorite subject is Social Studies. Natalia wants to be a teacher when she grows up.
Dereck, Ciudad de Filadelfía School, Ecuador Costa, 4th Grade
Dereck and his brother and sister live with both their mom and dad. He likes art and his favorite color is yellow. Dereck enjoys running, and he wants to be a police officer when he grows up.
Ana, El Buen Pastor Boquette School, Panama, 1st Grade
Ana and her sister live with their mom and dad. Her favorite color is pink, and she enjoys music very much. She would like to study music more as she gets older, but she wants to be a doctor when she grows up.
Samuel, Colegio Betel School, Peru, 2nd Grade
Samuel is an only child who lives with his single mother. He enjoys playing soccer and his favorite subject is math. He likes the color red, and he would like to be a police officer when he grows up.
Khandi, Harvest Hill School, Jamaica, Kindergarten
Khandi and her four siblings live with both their mom and dad. She likes story time at school, and she loves running. Khandi’s favorite color is purple, and she wants to be a teacher when she grows up.
[From the August 2020 issue of ChildHope’s Celebrate Hope publication.]