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Sponsor A Child Today!!!

Click one of the badges below to be taken to our secure sponsorship portal and start helping a child today!

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Sponsorships include the following sponsor benefits:

  • Initial photograph and biography of your sponsored child(ren)
  • Personal letter from your sponsored child(ren) or drawing if very young.
  • Annual progress update
  • Ability to write to your sponsored child(ren)
  • Ability to visit your sponsored child and family (with advance notice)

$30 per month will cover material costs for school (books, uniforms, shoes and socks), tutoring, home visits and monitoring, secondary school tuition, medicine, tutoring if needed, access to the education and resource center, and activities such as photography, biking, soccer, dancing and baseball.

$50 per month will cover the items above plus help the college bound student attend a college preparatory school or technical school.

$110 per month will cover tuition and stipend for an EI secondary school graduate attend the university.

Give them a Future

Give them a Future

You can immediately sponsor a child monthly by clicking here or, annually by clicking here.  If you are giving your sponsorship as a gift or in honor of someone, please make a note and we will be in touch with options on how to get a gift certificate to the recipient.

6 Comments
  1. Amanda Smith (Ana Lee Smith) permalink
    November 19, 2008 4:26 pm

    Dear Kathy, We submitted the $ for he sponsorship fee for both Leslie and Delila.

    Thank you.

    Ana

  2. November 24, 2008 6:38 am

    Ana, thank YOU so much! xox

  3. Lyra & Charlie permalink
    January 28, 2009 5:53 pm

    Kathy,
    Thanks for your wonderful email with all of your good news! We were so happy to make our donation to Empowerment International this past year, and would like to earmark it for the sponsorship of 2 children. Please let us know how to go about that…do you have a list of children that we choose from, or do you make executive descisions? Let us know…school starts soon!

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