Angeline is 12-years-old and attends our school in Zorangé, Haiti. She, like most of the children in our school, may walk up to two hours one-way in order to attend. And because food is not always available, she very well may not have eaten anything before starting out on her long journey.
But this Christmas, you can be a part of offering Angeline and other children like her a better way of life. And all it will take is a bit of heart, a bit of commitment, and a bit of generosity.
Throughout the month of December, Hope for Haiti Foundation invites you to partner with us in offering help and hope to a child in need living in Zorangé, Haiti. You can sponsor a child monthly ($35/month), with one annual donation ($420/annually), or simply by giving whatever amount you are able this holiday season. When you do, you’ll help make this the best Christmas our foundation and the children of Zorange´, Haiti have ever experienced.
What does your sponsorship ensure for a child? Your monthly pledge provides a child with
- One lunch meal a day through our school lunch program
- A valuable education with access to teachers, books, and classroom materials
- Access to medical care and annual health checkups
All things we take for granted here in the U.S., both for ourselves and for our own children.
But your sponsorship offers even more. It gives these children the gift of hope, helps them believe they matter, provides a foundation for a better life, and opens the door to a much more promising future. Most importantly, it helps them see God in action in their lives, helping them know He loves them, sees them, and is there for them. Because of you, and through you.
Please consider giving the gift of hope this Christmas through our Sponsor-A-Child program. It’s a powerful way to deliver ‘joy to the world’ this holiday season, one child at a time.
Do all the good you can,
By all the means you can,
In all the ways you can,
In all the places you can,
At all the times you can,
To all the people you can,
As long as ever you can.
-John Wesley, from Letters of John Wesley