$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.


Burundi: Sunday

Needs $50/month
Age: 8
Sunday is a very quiet little boy. His mom fled to a refugee camp in another country and left all her children behind and the whereabouts of their father is unknown. Sunday was taken in by Pastor Mathias in Burundi and is finding a home with their family. He has a great attitude and is always willing to help.

Emmanuel Muuo

Kenya: Emmanuel Muuo

Needs $50/month
Age: 11
Emmanuel's dad passed away when he was little from a long-term illness. Emmanuel's mother became a widow with 4 sons and had to move into the slum to afford life with them, and she still is unable to regularly provide basic needs. Emmanuel really enjoys school when he is able to attend, and enjoys math the most! His dream is to become a neurosurgeon when he grows up!

Delphin Nayituriki

Rwanda: Delphin Nayituriki

Needs $50/month
Age: 14
Delphin was born a healthy, happy baby to two loving parents. Shortly after he was born, he was diagnosed with a curved spine and has been crippled by this disease. His mother passed away when he was a child, leaving his father to care for him alone. Delphin loves learning but often his father doesn't make enough money to keep him in school. Delphin loves to serve at church on Sundays and is known for always smiling!

Faith Teresia

Kenya: Faith Teresia

Needs $50/month
Age: 9

Faith is currently in grade 4! Under normal circumstances, Faith is an amazing student but when she has to stay home because of lack of school fees her grades drop significantly. This has had a negative impact on her self-esteem. The single mother has other siblings to take of and the casual labor she gets hardly makes ends meet.

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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]