Sponsor a Child. Transform a life.

Sponsoring a child invites you to enter into a life-long relationship with a child who has become an orphan. You will have the opportunity to communicate regularly with your child and visit your child as you are able. Children truly treasure these relationships and often have their sponsor's pictures hanging in their homes. Project Hope Worldwide provides three different levels for people to get involved.

Frankie

Nicaragua

Frankie is a boy of around 8 years old who lives in a very poor area of Leon, Nicaragua. He was abandoned by his mother when he was 3 years old and the government decided to give him to his grandmother. He currently lives with Grandma and younger brother, Alfonzo.

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Sochi

Nicaragua

Sochi is a girl of around 4 years old who lives in a very poor area of Leon, Nicaragua. Her father recently left and is in Costa Rica. She currently lives with her mother and younger brother.

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Daniella

Nicaragua

Daniella is a girl of around 11 years old who lives in a very poor area of Leon, Nicaragua with her mother and siblings. Her father left when she was 7 years old. She is the youngest of three children and her mother sells a bit of food.

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Dayanara

Nicaragua

Dayanara is a girl of around 9 years old who lives in a very poor area of Leon, Nicaragua with her mother and little brother. Her mother has no job and has difficult time finding food.

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Maria

Nicaragua

Maria is a girl of around six years old who lives in a very poor area of Leon, Nicaragua. She currently lives with her mother and little brother. Her Father abandoned the family and her mother has no permanent job.

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Marcala

Nicaragua

Marcela is a girl of around eight years old who lives in a very poor area of Leon, Nicaragua. Her parents got a divorce and decided they didn’t want her anymore. Marcala’s cousin now takes care of her.

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Abigail

Nicaragua

Abigail is a little girl, seven years of age who lives in Leon, Nicaragua with her mother and her two brothers. Their father abandoned the family three years ago and they have been in a very desperate situation since that time. The house that Abigail lives in doesn’t have plumbing. The children do not have beds. Their mother tries to work whenever possible, but she hasn’t had many opportunities. 

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Ruth

Juarez

Ruth is a four year old girl who lives in Juarez with her mother, sister and brother.  Her father died from a head injury following a motorcycle accident and now the family struggles to survive.  Ruth is excited about the possibility of going to kindergarten.  She hopes to be a teacher when she grows up.

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Kevin

Juarez

Kevin is a seven year old boy who lives in Juarez with his mother and two sisters.  Kevin’s father died from a head injury following a motorcycle accident and the family has been struggling since then.  Kevin likes school.  His favorite subject is math.  He hopes to become a fireman someday.  With your help, Kevin will have a chance of achieving his dream.

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Diego

Juarez

Diego is a twelve year old boy who lives in Juarez with his mother and three siblings. Diego’s father died from kidney failure, leaving his mother struggling to provide for the family. Paying school fees is impossible now. Diego’s favorite subject is math because he likes problem solving. Sponsoring Diego will help him to have hope for a better future.

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Leo

Juarez

Leo is 13 years old. His mother died when he was six years old so he lives with his grandmother and his twin brother, Gerardo. Leo’s grandmother sews to earn money to keep him and his brother in school but it is very difficult to provide for them on her own. Your sponsorship of Leo would insure that he would have the opportunity to stay in school and provide a better future for him and his brother.

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Gerardo

Juarez

This is Gerardo. He lives in Juarez, Mexico. He is 12 years old and a freshman. When he was just six years old, his mother died so he went to live with his grandmother, Bertha. She sews clothes to make money to feed her family and to send Gerardo and his brother, Leo to school. However, she’s not able to keep up with the school fees. Food and survival are top priority.

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