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You can make a difference around the world!

We invite you to sponsor a child through our partnership with OneChild. As a sponsor you’ll be part of a global community of Child Champions bringing hope to children in some of the world’s hardest places. Your sponsorship will provide holistic care so your sponsored child can overcome barriers and thrive.

OneChild serves more than 40,000 children around the world. They work in many of the hardest places.

Places where others can’t go.

Places where Christians can be persecuted.
Places where gang violence is rampant.
Places where people have been forgotten.
Places where children are suffering.
Places where kids need help the most.

KGBI Morning show host, Jill Tracey had the exciting opportunity to travel to Honduras and experience OneChild firsthand. She loved the special time there, saying:

“To say that OneChild brings hope into hard places is an understatement. I’ve seen the work they’re doing in Honduras and am now a child sponsor myself. I chose Jorge because he is around the same age as my teen daughter, and I wanted to support an older child. When I had the privilege of meeting him in person, Jorge said that until he found out about OneChild and his local Hope Center, he just stayed inside his house because of the rough environment he lives in, surrounded by poverty and violence. My family can know for sure that OneChild, working with the local church, will make sure Jorge has what he needs to succeed in school and life and will grow week by week in his faith in Jesus. Jorge has hope for a completely different kind of future, because of OneChild! Thank you for considering the opportunity to become a sponsor.”

OneChild brings hope to the children in need through four vital tools: faith, education, health, and relationships. Each child is given a voice and gets to have individualized care in all these areas in order to build up a strong community and Church presence for generations to come.

Sponsor a child now

 

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