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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
KANI HAS JUST BEEN SPONSORED! At only 12 years old, Kani is a true orphan. Her father died in an accident and her mother passed away due to illness. Kani is also one of 6 sisters, which is a very difficult family situation in India.
Kani was recently brought to a WC home by her eldest sister when she found out that Kani was being abused by her brother in-laws. The family is desperately poor. Kani has nowhere to go for the holidays and no family members who can come to her rescue.
Kani needs additional support to help her break the cycle of poverty within her family. Staying in a World’s Children home is her best chance at getting an education and finding her own pathway to success. Will you be Kani’s symbol of hope?
AFRIN HAS JUST BEEN SPONSORED! Afrin was born on December 12, 2009. Her parents are both severely mentally ill and have abandoned her. Before they disappeared, they brutally tortured Afrin and her brother. The children were often locked in a room within their house before they were rescued by the neighbors.
She is now receiving counseling through the orphanage to help her cope with her traumatic past. This young girl would benefit greatly from the love of a sponsor.
Brindha was struggling to make it through her childhood before her situation was discovered by WC administrators. This young girl’s mother is ill and lives with a disability, which makes it difficult for her to find consistent work. Brindha’s father is a fisherman who does not take care of his family. He drinks heavily and spends all of his earnings on alcohol, rather than using his money to feed his children.
The administrators tell us that the family spent most days starving before the children were accepted into the orphanage. Brindha and her siblings now reside safely in a WC home located in Tamil Nadu. Brindha speaks Tamil, is interested in science and enjoys playing board games for fun. Please sponsor this young girl who deserves to feel uplifted and supported.
NISHA HAS JUST BEEN SPONSORED! Nisha’s mother passed away from cancer, and her father is a fisherman who is struggling to make ends meet. Her father tearfully admitted Nisha and her two sisters to a World’s Children home after realizing he could no longer provide sufficient care for them after the loss of his wife.
Nisha is interested in drawing and dancing. She is the eldest of her siblings. The administrators tell us she is kind and loves caring for her sisters. Nisha recently lost her sponsor and is in need of a support system.
Simran’s father is an abusive drunkard who regularly beats his wife, and has even taken a flaming torch to his children. He does not work regularly, but when he does he spends his earnings on drugs and alcohol. He cheats on his wife and steals her earnings as well. In a drunken rage, he set fire to his own home and destroyed all of the family’s belongings.
Simran’s mother brought the children to a WC home so that they would be safe and cared for away from their father. She wants the children to receive an education.
Simran does well in school. She enjoys mathematics and English. Outside of the classroom, she likes playing volleyball with friends. Simran needs a sponsor who cares about her and wants her to succeed.
Pius’s father passed away in 2018 leaving Pius’s mother to care for two children on her own. They were living in a small, mud hut. She does not make enough money to keep food on the table, but she has a strong desire to educate her children, so she brought Pius and his brother to a World’s Children home in Bihar, India.
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.