It takes ONE person (like you!) to make a huge difference in Abigail's life. By sponsoring her, you're joining Team Abigail and giving her a chance to break the cycle of poverty. (Due to the high costs to provide benefits and services in the U.S., our sponsored children there have multiple sponsors.) Your $36 monthly gift provides opportunities to improve her future and the lives of children like her. 

(Why aren't you seeing a photo here? The unique privacy laws in the U.S. mean we can't share it until you've become her sponsor.)

7 years old 7/4/2012 Waiting 79 days United States
About me & my family

Name: Abigail
Waiting for sponsorship: 79 days
Gender: Female
Age: 7
Enjoys: Playing with friends, Reading, Games
Talents: Drawing, Collecting things, Singing
Siblings: 0
Lives with: Mother
Favorite subjects: Mathematics, Art, Reading/Literature
Future goals: Go to college
Home chores: General housework, Washing dishes, Taking out the trash
Language: English
Child ID #: 1347739

Poverty in the United States

Kids growing up in poverty in the U.S. face familiar challenges. Children with nowhere to go after school are at risk of falling into bad behaviors and dropping out, health care gaps mean easily prevented illnesses push kids further behind, and the struggles of getting post high-school education can drain hope out of even the most optimistic.

That's why we focus on providing programs and camps to give kids a safe place to learn and have fun. We provide access to the medical and dental services they need, and specially designed youth programs to help equip them with the skills they need to achieve their dreams.

See how our program works and why we focus on health, education, empowerment and employment. 

Learn more about our work in the United States.

How does child sponsorship work?

Your $36 monthly gift gives Abigail access to life-changing benefits, like:

  • medical care
  • educational support
  • life skills
  • job-training before graduation.
More about child sponsorship:

How your support helps kids in poverty

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