$50 sponsors a child
This provides basic care for the children.
The children shown here are in order of most desperate.
**The Kenya Dream Centre rescued children require more sponsorship because each child requires 24-hour care plus housing, healthcare, medication and schooling.
Dream Centre: Mutua
Mutua and his baby brother were abandoned on a pastors doorstep in the slums of Kenya. The pastor brought them to the Childrens Office where they then called the Dream Centre to care for the boys. Mutua knows his name, but only refers to his little brother as "Tutu" which means baby. When asked about his mom, he just repeats what you say to him. He doesn't seem to know many words or much about himself.
Rwanda: Christine Uwitonze
Christine is an absolute light to everyone she meets! She comes off as quiet and timid but once she smiles she opens up. She never knew her father, and her mother has done her best but hasn't been able to provide her with even regular meals. Christine is very small and malnourished for her age.
Fennoscandia is a sweet little boy who loves to cuddle his mom. Due to lack of proper feeding and even a balanaced diet he is often very sick but his mother does not have the means to feed him regularly. She does her best but has been unable to care for her boy the way she would like to.
Angel is very fun to be around! She loves to laugh and giggle with other little girls her age, especially if they are playing outside. When Angel is outside she loves to be loud! She and her mum are very close and love to go to the market together! Her mum grew up just outside the dump and got pregnant when she was 16 from rape.
Rwanda: Ezekiel Niyibizi
Ezekiel was born with a club foot and a disability for which the doctors don't understand. Despite his limitations, he is a very fun and loving little boy! He loves bananas and tea, and dreams of becoming a pastor when he grows up! Ezekiel lives with his mom and his big sister, and he loves to go for walks with them!
Griffins has had a difficult year but has remained optimistic. Recently his mother fell ill and tragically passed away, leaving him to care for his paralyzed father. Griffins has remained faithful serving at church, and remained at the top of his class in school! He is more thanful than ever for his sponsor as he would never be able to continue going to school without him. Griffins dream is to become a teacher and share his love to learn.
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Home of Hope Director, Brian Thomson, was the first to start sponsoring a child in Rwanda. When he was there in 2006, he met a mother who was dying of AIDS and her four children were going to be homeless and left to fend for themselves... [READ MORE]