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From the President: Holt’s First Sponsorship Magazine

From the President: Holt’s First Sponsorship Magazine

A message from Holt’s president and CEO.

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From the Field

Around the Globe

Around the Globe

Updates on Holt programs around the world.

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Issue Focus

To Have a Life

To Have a Life

Although Holt first began working with families and children affected by HIV/AIDS in China in 2005, it was just three years ago that we found a way to help orphaned and abandoned children who are living with HIV themselves.

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Going Above & Beyond

A Gift Beyond Measure

A Gift Beyond Measure

Sponsor Ginny Moffat reflects on the children and the programs she has supported over 14 years of partnership with Holt International.

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Why I Sponsor

A Bond of Two Hearts Becomes Four

A Bond of Two Hearts Becomes Four

The meaningful connection that inspired one family to sponsor a child through Holt. 

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Special Opportunities

Three Ways to Go Above and Beyond

Three Ways to Go Above and Beyond

On their birthday, first day of school and Christmas, you can give an extra special gift to your sponsored child. 

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Prayer Requests

Your Prayers Are Requested

Your Prayers Are Requested

Our on-the-ground partners share a few specific prayer requests for the children and families they serve around the world.

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Insights

A Day in the Life

A Day in the Life

What is life like for children in Holt’s sponsorship programs? While every child’s story and circumstances are different, some similarities exist from child to child and country to country.

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Artist Spotlight

A Gift for Music and a Heart for Children

A Gift for Music and a Heart for Children

The Annie Moses Band uses their talents to help orphaned and vulnerable children in Holt’s programs. 

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