Sponsor A Child

For only $30 a month, you can sponsor any of the children below. With their sponsorship, they will receive school, food, tutoring, spiritual and life-skills training in a loving community. Simply choose a child below, click on their link, sign up for your monthly payments and we will send a New Sponsor Packet to you with a picture and instructions.



Albetinah is a very sweet natured girl who is naturally very bright. She passed her grade 7 exam (a big exam in Zambia) with very high scores! Albetinah is very dedicated to her school work. She will do what she can to find any extra assistance to help her do well. Her favorite classes are history, civics, and science. As one of six children in her family it is challenging to find school fees for all. Sponsoring her would be huge for her and her family, especially as school fees have gotten more expensive now that she's not in primary school. When she finishes school she would love to become a teacher.


Alex is a sweet young boy. His father is one of the night guards for Love's Door. He is an exceptionally hard worker, but he has a few sons that he is trying to send to school. Sponsoring Alex would help the family.


Christobel is such a sweet fun-loving girl. She loves to spend time playing with her friends, she’s goofy, and she will try to read any chance she gets. When we first met her she was 9 years old and was just learning how to write her name. Christobel lives with her mother, stepfather, and her baby sister. She has other siblings, but they live with relatives far away. Christobel is often responsible for many household chores such as washing, cooking, sweeping, or catching fish for the family to eat.


Chuma, otherwise known as Dodica or Sharon (her English name), is a loveable girl. She is very interested in school although her family hasn’t had the resources to keep her in school full time. She lives with her mother, grandmother, and step-grandfather. She has 4 siblings who are all out of the house and live fairly far away. Her 80+ year old step-grandfather makes charcoal and is the relief night guard for Loves Door, but the incomes he gets from these jobs aren’t enough to support the whole family and pay school fees for Chuma. Sponsoring her would not only change Chuma’s life, it would change the family’s lives by providing one bag of mealie meal a month for the family.


Denes is a very bright boy who works hard at school. He just finished grade 7 where he took one of Zambia's big examinations and passed with high marks. He stays with his uncle's family because both of his parents have passed away. The uncle's family has been trying to pay for school fees, but they are currently paying for 4 of their own children along with this orphaned boy. Since he passed grade 7, going on to grade 8 has increased the school fees making it very difficult for the family to pay for Denes. School is now a long distance from Denes' home, maybe a 2 hour walk one way, but he is determined and pushing hard every day to make school a priority. Please help Denes to get a good education and help the uncle's family by paying his school fees.


Dorcus stays with her mother and her father and 6 other siblings. Her father has a disease which causes him not to be able to work. Sponsoring Dorcus would allow her to go to school and it would assist the family as well.


Edward can come across as a quiet boy, but once you get to know him or you see him in his comfort zone, he can be playful, fun, and loud. Edward loves fishing, playing soccer with his friends, and building things such as cars out of anything he can find. He lives with his grandmother, aunt, and cousins. His grandmother makes baskets out of a certain type of plant found around here, but the income from the baskets isn’t enough to pay for Edward’s school fees.


Elina is mentally handicapped. Her father was never in her life, and her mother died when she was 10. She would not go to school without being sponsored as they want her to care for the little brother.


George is a hard worker. He just wrote his grade 7 exam (a big examination year in Zambia) and he did very well. He stays with his aunt because his mother has a mental disability and is unable to care for him. The aunt's husband had taken a second wife because she was unable to have children. The husband recently passed away and all of their belongings went to the second wife because she has children, leaving the aunt with nothing. The aunt has some health issues that have caused her not to be able to hold a steady job. She does have a sewing machine and when work comes she does what she can, but it isn't enough to support her nephew whose school fees have increased because he is no longer in primary school. Please consider helping George continue his education.


Idah lives with her family. She has 6 other siblings, which includes fairly young twins. She is in a vulnerable situation. She is bright and hardworking. Pray for Idah, that as she grows to be a young woman she would find and deeply know the love of her heavenly Father.


Iness is 12 years old and in 7th grade. She stays in Liyoka village with her sister, she is an orphan. The girl loves school so much and the previous school's results showed she did well, though no one has paid for her school for a while now.


Jane is one of four children in her family. Neither of her parents work, although when either of them get the opportunity to do a little piecework they jump at the opportunity. Jane is such a sweet mannered, gentle girl. She has the cutest laugh and eyes that light up a whole room. She loves learning to read and wandering around with her friends. Sponsoring her would make Jane’s dream of school become a reality!


Jordan is 6 years old and in first grade. He is a shy boy, living in the village with his aged and crippled parents who are not able to work.


Kelvin is 15 years old and in grade 9. He loves learning and going to school, but his mother is ill and cannot afford to pay for school. His determination to learn inspires others.


Leonard is a bright boy. He's living with relatives who have no income. If sponsored, he will be able to attend school and make a better life for himself.


His mother died some years back, she was taken with a crocodile when she went to bath and drowned in the Zambezi river. Then later his father remarried, though he is not entitled to parental care, and this child has so much interest in school regardless of his father's negligence. He spends most of his time doing peacework then been in class in order for him to earn money to pay for his school, though the money is never enough to cater for his school feels, I feel its disturbing for him.


Malita is the twin sister to Paulina. Their father died 5 years ago leaving the family in a very vulnerable situation. Sponsoring Malita would really help the family.


Maria is a sweet young girl. She loves to play and run around with her friends. Despite her spunk for life, she is in a very vulnerable situation. She lives with her mother who is deaf and unable to communicate well and a step-father who does not work. Maria attended a preschool last year because the school was free, but now that she will be starting grade 1 she has no way of paying these fees. Without your help of sponsorship, Maria will likely not have an education.


Marvelous is 16 years old. He lives in Siandunda Village with his family. Neither of his parents has a job. He just completed 9th grade did very well. His results were amazing. He really loves school and wants very badly to continue. His family cannot pay for him to continue his schooling. Sponsoring Marvelous will provide him an opportunity to continue to grow.


Mary lives with her single mother and 3 brothers. Her grandmother and cousins live next door. Mary is a lively girl who will do anything she can to please. She always wants everything to be neat and done perfectly, but she has a competitive side that might overrule her need for perfection. She really enjoys reading and is fairly good at math. She is often found taking care of her younger brothers or playing with her friends.


Maureen is another girl who comes from a very vulnerable situation. Her mother has a few handicaps, making it difficult for her to get around. Maureen is quiet, gentle, and kind. She seems to be quite shy, although around a few close friends she can be a giggly girl. She loves to run around with her friends and play games. Sponsoring Maureen would change her life and her future.


Mavis is a sweet girl. She lives with her mother, who works, but doesn't make quite enough to support the family and pay for Mavis to go to school. Mavis has one older brother who stays at the house with them, but she enjoys staying at her older sisters house. Her older sister is married and has a baby. Mavis can quite often be found carrying the baby around on her back. Sponsoring her would greatly help her and take some stress off of her family.


Meka has a love for life that is captivating. She is extremely competitive and will do anything in her power to win. She has a difficult time focusing on academic task, but her smile and cute giggle will win over your heart. Meka lives with an aunt, uncle, and a few cousins. She can often be found at almost anyone’s house, whether eating there, just playing, or helping with chores. We pray that Meka will know the steadiness of a heavenly Father who loves her very much.


Memory lives in a household of 7. She is the second born child. Memory previously had to drop out of school due to lack of support and is now working very hard to finish her education. She is wishing to make a difference in her family and help her siblings and parents. She has really been a good child and helps us with the girls Ministry. Supporting Memory would be of help to the community as a whole.


Memory is a sweet young girl. She lives with her single mother and siblings. Their family is in a vulnerable situation. Despite their current difficulties, Memory is a very happy, joyful girl who spends most of her time running around playing with friends.


Monde is a very sweet girl despite her special needs. She has cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and autism. Monde now lives in town and is able to attend a school for students with disabilities, but this is very expensive so sponsorship will help pay for all of her expenses. She is part of their track team and she loves to run.


Mutinta is a quiet girl who seems to struggle academically but not on the athletic field. She just wrote her grade 7 exam (a big exam in Zambia) and she passed, but she just squeaked by. She appears to be a bit of a tomboy, but enjoys girly activities like painting her nails or making friendship bracelets too. She works hard but has a lot of odds against her. Sponsoring her would push her past these odds.


Nasilele is a passionate girl who would spend all of her time reading books if she could. She speaks English fairly well and has translated for some of us before. She seems to move around, living with different family members. It also seems that she tries to go to school when she can, even if the school fees haven’t been paid for. Nasilele dreams of becoming a teacher one day. Sponsoring her would help her achieve her dream.


Paulina's father died 5 years ago and she lives with her mother and three other siblings; one of her siblings is her twin sister, Malita. The family is in a very vulnerable situation.


Petersen’s mother died when he was very young. His father has a mental illness leaving the grandmother as his primary caretaker of him and his older brother. Petersen has managed to go to school through the support of a great-uncle, but that man has now passed away. Petersen is such a cute kid. He is very respectful, tries hard, and loves life. Sponsoring Petersen will make a huge difference in his life and give him a chance to someday support his family.


She lives in Lioka's village, she stays with her Aunt called Leneta. She loves school so much that she did well in her previous grade. Only that she is lacking support. The parents divorced when she was still a baby, she grow up with her mother who only managed to support her up to grade 8, but now she is not going to school because of lack of money.


Richard has a story of amazing success. He grew up in the village where his mother worked at a local farm. His father was a taxi driver, but the car broke down and he has not been able to repair it yet. Off of one income his parents are supporting many children as well as renting a small house in town for Richard and his brother to stay in while they go to school. The family struggles to support many children as well as rent a house, pay school fees, get uniforms, and school supplies. Sponsoring Richard would not only support him, but it would greatly help his family.


Rodrick is the second oldest boy in his family. He can almost always be found playing soccer. Rodrick takes after his dad by being an extremely hard worker. Whenever there’s a task to be done around our property, Rodrick is the hardest worker of all the kids around. Neither of his parents hold a steady job, causing difficulty with paying for Rodrick’s school fees. Sponsoring him would help him and his family.


Royce is a sweet young girl. She is coming from a vulnerable situation, so sponsoring her would be of great assistance to her and her family. She lives with her mother and her younger brother. Royce is young and in 1st grade, so sponsoring her now would make a great impact on her entire schooling career.


Rusphin is a sweet girl who has had a lot of struggles in her life. A few years ago her father died. She lives with her mother and 4 others. The family is doing what they can to make it right now, so sponsoring Rusphin would support the family in more ways than one.


Winifreda loves to play soccer and netball. She’s very competitive on the field as well as in her academics. She is very good at math, but has a more difficult time with English. It appears that her home life is a bit unstable, but despite all of this, Winifreda is a hard worker and seems to be so happy anytime she gets to be with her friends.