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Sponsor a Child

We take a holistic approach when walking alongside children and their communities.

With a monthly commitment of $41, you will:

  • Directly provide financial support for an individual child’s unique practical needs, including school tuition, nutrition, medical care, etc.
  • Enhance community programs that promote the development of healthy minds and bodies while strengthening a child’s spiritual development.
  • Equip local leaders to develop and promote community integration that emphasizes inclusion regardless of ability. Child Sponsorship Programs exist in four countries: Ethiopia, Guatemala, Haiti and Nicaragua

Do you have questions about sponsoring a child? Read about our frequently asked questions here, or contact our sponsorship team via email sponsorship@chglobal.org or telephone 1-866-362-6810 OR 519-783- 6810 ext 3308.

Esperanza Gauvain

9 years old | May 28, 2013
| Haiti

Esperanza lives with her mother in Delmas 33, which is located just north of Port-au-Prince and consists of a very rich population existing beside a poverty-ridden slum. Her parents are separated. Her mother sells cosmetics in the street.

Esperanza is in grade 4. Your sponsorship would provide a source of stability for Esperanza and her family. It would contribute to her education,  nutritional support, clothing and medical treatment as necessary.  Esperanza’s mother will be invited to attend Biblically-based, entrepreneurial and savings training. Additionally, Christian Horizons Global provides inclusive classrooms and a weekly nutrition and Bible program run by the local church leadership in Delmas 33.  Esperanza, along with children of all abilities, are welcome and encouraged to participate. 

Holbens Didro Noel

11 years old | December 3, 2011
| Haiti

Holbens lives with his parents, 2 sisters, and brother in Delmas 33, a community located north of Port-au-Prince which consists of a very rich population existing beside a poverty-ridden slum belt. When possible, his mother works in housekeeping, and his father works as a mechanic.

Holbens is in grade 4. He enjoys school and likes to play soccer with his friends. Your sponsorship will provide a source of stability for Holbens and his family. It will contribute towards his education, nutritional support, clothing, and health care. Holben’s parents will be invited to attend Biblically-based, entrepreneurial and savings training. Additionally, Christian Horizons Global provides inclusive classrooms and a weekly nutrition and Bible program run by the local church leadership in Holben’s community. Holben, along with children of all abilities, are welcome and encouraged to participate. 

Jessica Ceneus

10 years old | June 24, 2012
| Haiti

Jessica lives with her mother and 2 sisters in Delmas 33, which is located just north of Port-au-Prince and consists of a very rich population existing beside a poverty-ridden slum. Her parents are separated. Her mother makes a small income selling peanut butter and bread and her father is a mason. 

Jessica is in grade 3 and enjoys science.  Your sponsorship will provide a source of stability for Jessica and her family. It will contribute towards her education, nutritional support, clothing and medical treatment as necessary. Jessica’s parents will be invited to attend Biblically-based, entrepreneurial and savings training. Additionally, Christian Horizons Global provides inclusive classrooms and a weekly nutrition and Bible program run by the local church leadership in Delmas 33 along with children of all abilities, are welcome and encouraged to participate. 

Eberth Antonio Caballero Rodriguez

12 years old | March 2, 2010
| Nicaragua

Eberth lives with his parents and two sisters in the community of Barrio Ruben Dario in the capital city of Managua. Nicaragua is the poorest country in Central America. Eberth’s neighbourhood is known for its extreme poverty, drug production, and prostitution. Children are at risk of becoming involved in these activities if they lack education and better alternatives. The recent political turmoil in Nicaragua created a dire financial situation for Eberth’s family. His father makes a small income finding and selling recycled goods but does not make enough to support his family. Eberth recently lost his sponsorship. He attends Christian Horizons Global’s inclusive youth program run by the local church leadership in his community. He, along with children of all abilities, are welcome and encouraged to participate. Your sponsorship of Eberth will contribute towards his education, nutritional support, clothing, and health care as required.

Braylin Alexandra Cordova Velasquez

3 years old | July 1, 2019
| Guatemala

Braylin lives with her parents and three siblings in the mountain-side village of El Morro. Approximately 800 people live in this community. Like most families in the area, Braylin’s family works together to harvest coffee beans, corn and black beans to earn their income. Almost half of the children in El Morro village rely on sponsorship support in order to attend school.  With your support, Braylin will also be able to attend the preschool program which has been essential for giving children a good start in school. Your sponsorship will contribute towards Braylin’s education. It will also contribute to nutritional support, clothing and medical treatment as necessary. 

Yonatan Agusto Valenzuela Betancourth

8 years old | September 6, 2014
| Guatemala

Yonatan lives with his parents and sibling in the mountain-side village of El Morro. Approximately 800 people live in this community. Most families in the area work together to harvest coffee beans, corn and black beans to earn their income. Almost half of the children in school rely on sponsorship support in order to attend. Yonatan lives with some learning and physical challenges and is excited about joining the CH Global preschool program.  At the school there is a resource room where students with various disabilities can go to receive individualized tutorial support to supplement their learning. Students, regardless of ability, pursue their goals while remaining integrated with their peers. Your sponsorship support will contribute towards Yonatan’s school tuition, nutritional support, clothing, and medical treatment as necessary. 

Deyris Raquel Meza Barberena

6 years old | April 2, 2016
| Nicaragua

Deyris lives with her parents and two siblings in San Benito – a rural, agricultural town about 60 km northwest of Managua. Deyris attends the new local preschool funded by CH Global. Our local partners who run the school started it recently with the focus on helping kids, including kids with disabilities get a good start in school.  Your sponsorship of Deyris would contribute towards her education, nutritional support, clothing, and health care as required. 

Crisbell Angelina Garay

7 years old | May 2, 2015
female | Nicaragua

Chrisbell lives with her parents and sibling in San Benito – a rural, agricultural town about 60 km north-west of Managua. Chrisbell attends the new local preschool funded by CH Global. Our local partners who run the school started it recently with the focus on helping kids, including kids with disabilities get a good start in school.  Your sponsorship of Chrisbell would contribute towards her education, nutritional support, clothing, and health care as required. 

Juan Diego Chavez Cavistan

6 years old | April 28, 2016
| Nicaragua

Juan lives with his parents and two siblings in San Benito – a rural, agricultural town. Juan attends the new local preschool funded by CH Global. Our local partners who run the school started it recently with the focus on helping kids, including kids with disabilities, get a good start in school. Your sponsorship of Juan would contribute towards his education, nutritional support, clothing, and health care as required.

Helen Gemechu

5 years old | October 10, 2017
| Ethiopia

Helen lives with her parents and 4 siblings in the community of Asella. Both of Helen’s parents are HIV + and have been unable to maintain employment due to illness and their family is in great need. Your sponsorship support will create a source of financial stability for Helen and her family. Your support will contribute to school tuition, nutritional support, clothing and medical treatment. Her parents will also have access to needed medication and Biblically-based entrepreneurial and savings training. Additionally, your support strengthens inclusive education programs, vocational training, and Christian Horizons Global’s ability to advocate for and develop disability awareness and community integration in Asella. 

Esubalew Zenebe

13 years old | April 22, 2009
| Ethiopia

Esubalew lives with his grandparents along with his sister in Sagure. His parents separated and left both children. Esubalew’s grandparents do not make sufficient income to support the needs of their family. Esubalew also needs medical support for his asthma.  Your sponsorship support will create a source of financial stability for Esubalew and his family. Your support will contribute to school tuition, nutritional support, clothing and medical treatment. His grandparents will also have access to Biblically-based entrepreneurial and savings training. Additionally, your support strengthens inclusive education programs, vocational training, and Christian Horizons Global’s ability to advocate for and develop disability awareness and community integration in Sagure.

Nathaneal Jeanson

17 years old | November 19, 2005
| Haiti

Waiting for Sponsorship Since:
February 10, 2022

Nathaneal lives with his parents and 5 siblings in Delmas 33 which is located just north of Port-au-Prince. His parents do not make sufficient income to meet the needs of their family. Nathanael recently lost his sponsorship. He loves soccer. His favourite subject is math.
Your sponsorship will provide a source of stability for Nathanael and his family. He will be able to continue his education and receive nutritional support,
clothing and medical treatment as necessary.