Children in need and their families who suffer from abject poverty, malnutrition, disease, and/or a lack of education are in need of help today. For only $1.00 a day, humanitarian aid from compassionate donors like you can make a life-changing difference. This aid, facilitated by our overseas offices, provides nutrition, medical care, education, school supplies, and/or psycho-social programs that help children survive today and provides hope, skills, and health for a brighter tomorrow.
Sponsor a Child
Child Sponsors provide vital support to a child in need while developing a one-on-one relationship with their sponsored child through the letters they write and receive. For only $1 a day a sponsor can make a life-changing difference for one child.
Tam Anh is a bright little girl who loves to sing, dance, and read. She lives in an orphanage with her brother. As Tam Anh’s sponsor, you can give her the support she needs to continue doing well in school so she can be successful in life.
Nghia is a wonderful boy who lives in an orphanage. He loves learning English and playing soccer. You can help Nghia reach his fullest potential by becoming his sponsor for just $1 a day.
Pornnapas is the daughter of poor farmers in the Karen hill tribe. She loves school and wants to be a teacher when she grows up. You can help Pornnapas reach her goals by becoming her sponsor.
Lingxin wants to go to college and become a teacher. With your help, she will be able to stay in school and realize her dreams.
Chokchai is a confident boy who wants to be a truck driver when he grows up. You can help him reach his goals by becoming his sponsor.
Duenpen is a cheerful little girl who wants to be a teacher when she grows up. With your support she can stay in school and make a better life for herself and her family.
3 years old
Piyathut is a clever little boy who loves to go to school. For $1 a day you can encourage Piyathut’s love of school and help him reach his fullest potential.
Songsak is an active little boy who would like to be a policeman someday. Your sponsorship will encourage him to stay in school and put him on the path to a brighter future.
Chang aspires to be a teacher. Your sponsorship will help her to finish high school and go on to college. You are the key to her success.
16 years old
Ut has overcome a lot of adversity in his young life. He would love to have someone like you to be his sponsor so he can share his hopes and dreams.
Yuxin would like to follow in the footsteps of Pearl S. Buck and become a writer. You can help her realize her dreams by becoming her sponsor.
13 years old
Nam is a fun loving boy who loves to play chess and hang out with his friends. When you become Nam’s sponsor you can encourage him to do his best so he has a promising future.
6 years old
Jhessiryl dreams of becoming a teacher when she grows up. For $1 a day you can help her achieve her dreams.
8 years old
Marphrel would love to serve others and become a pastor when she grows up. You can help her achieve her dreams by becoming her sponsor.
10 years old
Jenelyn wants to be a policewoman when she grows up. By becoming her sponsor, you can empower her to serve and protect her community in the future.
12 years old
John Christopher wants to be a lawyer when he grows up. You can help John Christopher reach is fullest potential by becoming his sponsor.
Galvin, or Vanvan as he is affectionately known, is a bright little boy who wants to be a policeman when he grows up. By becoming his sponsor, you can encourage him to do his best in school and reach his full potential.
16 years old
Shichao has dreams of becoming a writer. With your support she can write the next great novel.
16 years old
Yujie is a true artist at heart and loves music, drawing, and calligraphy. You can help her reach her fullest potential by becoming her sponsor.
Child In Most Need
There are many more children who are waiting to be sponsored, some have special needs such as HIV or a disability. On your behalf, we can match you with a child who has the greatest need. For $1 a day you can open the doors to a bright future for him or her.