Choose a Child to Sponsor
We assist the most vulnerable children—orphans, abandoned, and abused children. Children with HIV. Many are girls who are unwanted simply because they are girls. Sponsor a child in India.
In 2001, Ashisha was an abused four-year-old.
In 2019, she is a college graduate.
Sponsorship changed her life.
You can be the difference in a child's life.
“When I found out I had a sponsor, it was a shock. I couldn’t breathe or blink for about three seconds. You brought me warmth and support when I was in deep trouble.” ~ Chandru from India
The children below need a sponsor—someone like you
Rani’s mother is a laborer who is gone all day long trying to bring in enough money to care for her children. Her absence puts the children in a dangerous situation, as there is no one to protect them from their father or make sure they are fed. For this reason, Rani was brought to a WC home and accepted wholeheartedly by the administrators there.
Rani is 12 years old and in the 7th grade. She is a good student who likes gardening and collecting pictures. A sponsor would provide her with stability and help her feel optimistic about her future.
Nanthini is 15 years old in the ninth grade. Her story involves a dedicated and hard-working mother and an alcoholic and abusive father. There are two girls and a boy in this family. Neither parent is educated and the father gets drunk every day. Then he would beat his wife and children and start fights with his neighbors.
The family lives in a mountainous and heavily forested area and the mother earns a little money by gathering sticks in the forest to sell for firewood in her village. Because she earns so little, she cannot feed her children or pay their school fees. So she brought her two daughters to the orphanage so they could have proper food, shelter, receive a good education and be free from their father’s abuse. Your support can help Nanthini finish her education and keep her safe.
Pius enjoys learning math in the classroom, and playing soccer outside of the classroom. He is only five years old and enrolled in kindergarten. With the help of a sponsor, Pius will have a path to success and can break the cycle of poverty he was born into.