$20 a month can change a child's future
What is pays for:
Your sponsorship will provide an at-risk child with the opportunity to enroll in our community center, learn valuable skills and break the cycle of poverty.
By meeting the needs of vulnerable children, in the communities where they live, we help preserve the family unit which helps prevent children from ending up in orphanages.
By working in a holistic manner to provide at-risk children with quality supplemental educational support in their communities, targeting areas in which they personally need help, leveraging technology to teach cutting edge skills, working in partnership with local business, schools, staff and volunteers, while teaching spiritual formation, instilling values and providing nutritional assistance, we produce better academic results and improved community outcomes that help to radically change lives.
The truth is that the only thing that is more expensive than educational assistance for these children, is the lack of it.
We serve the children in four areas, intellectuals, spiritual formation, educational reinforcement and nutrition. The exact programs each child participates in varies depending on the center they attend.
Current programs include:
Computer Classes, typing, MS office applications, Internet applications, email, web design and programming.
The ability to join specialized clubs teaching robotics, engineering, woodworking and culinary arts.
Bible classes teaching them about God, prayer and what it means to be a disciple.
Math classes, tutoring and help with their homework. Access to a lending library of educational books. Use of our computer classroom to do research and investigations for their homework.
Participation in our supplemental nutrition program.
Participation in service projects to their local community.
In Need of Sponsorship
Alan Josué Tunche is 9 years old, he is in 3rd grade
He really likes to eat pizza and he loves to play football.
He is currently participating in:
- Bible Club
- Nutrition Program
Your sponsorship of a child covers the operational costs of running the program, rent, teachers salary, food, electricity, internet access and teaching supplies, it is not a tax-deductible donation. If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation, please click here to visit our donation page.