Post Tagged with: "child sponsorship"

Staff Profile

Everything Will Be OK

Everything Will Be OK

Life is not easy in the rural Ugandan district where sponsorship officer Tom Ndawula works with children and families. But he feels hopeful, because he is not working alone. 

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Where Are They Now

Someone Fighting For Me

Someone Fighting For Me

Malini Baker was adopted from India when she was 3 years old. But before she came home to her family, she was cared for and loved by someone she had never met — her Holt sponsor.

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Where Are They Now

Invisible No More

Invisible No More

Thirteen years ago, the “Boxing Day” tsunami off the coast of Thailand left unbelievable devastation in its wake — including in the life of one young man growing up without the protections of Thai citizenship.

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Correspondence

Dear Sponsors…

Dear Sponsors…

Many children love to send handwritten letters and drawings to their Holt sponsors. See what Ada Belle, Vaijnath and Erdene lovingly made and sent to their sponsors in the U.S.

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Children Who Need Sponsors

Sponsor a Child

Sponsor a Child

These and other children need sponsors.

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Going Above & Beyond

Peace House

Wrapped In Love

Why Holt adoptee Cat Fisher knits blankets for Holt-sponsored kids.

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Children Who Give

Making a BIG Difference

Making a BIG Difference

At Bertha Holt Elementary School in Eugene, Oregon, students learn to give back through sponsorship and Gifts of Hope.

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Why I Sponsor

A Part of Their Stories

A Part of Their Stories

Linda Beck and her daughter Kaylee team up to sponsor a child as a beautiful way for Kaylee to learn about responsibility and caring for others in need.

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Speaker Feature

I Will Stand With You

I Will Stand With You

As a child in Korea, Stephanie Fast received the support of sponsors. Today, Stephanie shares her story to help advocate for orphaned and vulnerable children around the world.

by × October 7, 2016 × 0 comments