After working in Niger for 12 years, I am continually inspired by the enormous impact our sponsors are having in the lives of children and youth. The children in the sponsorship program would not be in school without your support. A young girl with hands calloused from collecting water and firewood, or a young boy who spends his days on the streets – they now have hope for a brighter future.
Through your support, you are truly helping to bear the burdens of these young children and their families. They are in excellent schools where their teachers care for them and they are able to realize their God-given talents and passions.
By sponsoring a student, you can connect with a child, send him or her to school and, in so doing, change a life. And more than that, your gift creates a ripple effect that continues on into the family and community of the child. Thank you for considering this wonderful opportunity to make a difference and to show God’s love to children in Niger!
Here are three students who are in need of sponsorship:
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