Mobilizing and enabling ORDINARY PEOPLE to make an EXTRAORDINARY IMPACT on the lives of people in impoverished and developing areas of the world.
Sponsor One of the Boys
The children in our sponsorship program are identified by the community and our in-country employees as needing assistance. Each child’s story is unique, but they are all deserving of services and a future which you can help provide through your donations to True Impact Ministries.
The children in our program rely on True Impact support for their:
School Tuition and supplies
Life skills training
Your tax-deductible sponsorship will work together with the other sponsors in supporting the boys we are caring for. You will be helping True Impact kids learn and grow physically, mentally and spiritually.
Sponsorship of children extends from preschool through high school. Sponsors will have the opportunity to continue to provide for their sponsored child if they wish. This could mean vocational training like sewing, farming, auto repair or beauty shop among other skills. For some children it could mean continuing their education by attending a university or college. Your sponsorship will continue for as long as you wish until the child completes their education and training.
As you are looking through the children below, when you find one you want to sponsor, click on the Sign-Up Form link to register your support. You can also click on the Donation Page link to set up automatic recurring donations for your support. True Impact will be in touch with you regarding the details.
Sponsorship for a child is $100 per month. You can also share sponsorship with another sponsor at $50 per month.
Emmanuel is in Top Class (kindergarten) and is living at Salem Children's Centre. Emma was abandoned to his grandparents by his mother when he was young. His father depends on subsistence farming income, not enough for Emmanuel to access education and other basic needs of life. The grandparents cannot support him as they have other grandchildren to care for.
Victor was born October 29, 2013 and is in Primary 1 this year. His mother is unemployed and survives on cultivating in other people’s fields to get something to eat, while his father has a mental health problem. He loves football (soccer), the color blue and his favorite animal is the goat. Victor loves building houses and sweeping around the compound.
Shafiq is a fun courageous boy who has lost both parents. He has been living with neighbors and distant relatives since the age of 2 moving from home to home. He was born April 14, 2010. He has joined the “family” at Salem Children’s Home in hopes of finding sponsorship to pay his school fees and help provide for her personal daily needs. He writes “my friends call me ‘Fic’ and I love the parental love I feel at Salem”.
Edrine was born in 2005. The exxact date is not recorded, so he celebrates on January 1 each year. He is a hard-working Secondary student who desires to join the debate team and play soccer with his classmates. His father passed away in September on 2018 and his mother is not able to afford school or fees or daily living exenses for Edrine or his three siblings. He hopes to train as an accountant but will need your help.
Benjamin has been identified by Salem Children’s Home and the local community as a vulnerable child. His mother is a tea farm worker when work is available. His father wants nothing to do with Benjamin. Born October 2, 2011, Benjamin has attended school in the past and has shown motivation and high scores. He loves to write “both capital and small letters” but the family is unable to pay for school fees. Benjamin also struggles with health issues which affect his breathing and skin.
We have more children who need the help of a sponsor and True Impact Ministries. If you would like, you can fill out the Registration Form and request the child most in need to be assigned for your sponsorship. You can then visit our Online Donation Page and set up recurring giving to support your child.