Sponsor A Child

Hold a "Sponsor a Child" Event

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Play a Role

Sponsor a Child Event

Your church can play a role in sharing the love of Jesus Christ with children in need!

Your church is needed to help connect a child in need with a loving sponsor.

Why now? Right now is a dangerous time in the world, especially for a child living in poverty. And it's harder to find sponsors right now because some people in the United States are struggling too. We've identified 200 kids who need practical help now.

These kids can't wait. They need your help.

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How to have an Event

Next Steps

Will you and your church help these children by holding a child sponsorship event at one of your services?

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    Contact Kelly at (616)209-5420 or email her at Sponsorship@internationalneeds.us to talk. ask questions. connect.

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    Download your event toolkit that will take you step-by-step through holding an event.

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    Arrange an event date with your church - could be a Sunday morning or another time!

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    We will be with you every step of the way!


Filter your results by using the dropdown options to sort Country and/or Gender

  • Zambia 18 years old


    I like to read and help my mom with chores.

  • Zambia 22 years old


    I like playing soccer and math is my favorite subject.

  • Uganda 15 years old


    I love playing dodge ball! English is my favorite subject in school.

  • Uganda 13 years old


    I love to play ball games. I like to count!

  • Uganda 22 years old


    I love to play dodge ball. I help at home by fetching water.

  • Uganda 22 years old


    I love to skip rope! I help around home by washing dishes and getting water.

  • Philippines 17 years old


    I like to read books and my favorite subject is Filipino.

  • Philippines 22 years old


    I like acting and my favorite subject is English.

  • Colombia 21 years old


    Hi, I'm Paula! I like to play volleyball and listen to music!


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