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Easter gifts bring so much joy to sponsored children. From comfortable new clothes to school supplies, the gifts we provide are practical items that children desperately need – and they are always received with delight!
Your gift will help us spread some comfort and joy this Easter. It only takes a matter of minutes.
From making a lasting difference in one child’s life to uplifting a community of thousands, this is your chance to make the world a better place. Contribute now to start transforming lives!
There are so many kids living in dire poverty who need your help. You can offer that support by donating to Help a Child. Your contribution will help us provide critical health services, educational support, clothing, nutritional assistance and more. Learn more…
You’ll be surprised how many lives you can affect with a donation to Help a Family. Your gift will help us provide urgent nutritional assistance, medicine, household goods, anti-parasite treatments and more to families in need. Learn more…
To make the broadest impact on the largest number of people, give to Help a Community. Your contribution will help us build community centers and medical clinics, provide disaster relief and fund programs that affect thousands of lives. Learn more…
In Honor/Memorial Gifts: To make a donation in honor or memory of someone, check the box that says, I would like to make my donation in the name of a friend or loved one when filling out your donation form.
Matching Gifts: Many private employers participate in pre-tax plans that match donations their employees make to charitable organizations. Check your company’s policy and double the power of your gift!
Combined Federal Campaign: If you’re a federal employee, you can increase your giving power by donating through the Combined Federal Campaign, which matches your contributions to charitable NGOs.
Your generous contributions boost the power of sponsorship by helping us:
“Children International helped me become a responsible adult. It taught me that even people who need help can make changes in their communities. People who participate in this program are grateful for the help…for the chance to become better human beings.”
—Susana Calderon (Former sponsored child)
“Life is better now. When you have skills and an education, you have less worries and fears. You are confident that you can use what you’ve learned to have a better life.”
—Stanly Sobretodo (Former sponsored child)