Each Friday I am going to feature a child (or a couple of children) from a specific country that need sponsors. Today, in honor of Brazil's Independence Day, I am featuring two children from Brazil that have been waiting 190 days for a sponsor.
This is Wesley:
Wesley lives with his father and mother and is responsible for running errands. His father is sometimes employed as a farmer and his mother maintains the home. There are 2 children in the family. He participates in Bible class and attends kindergarten. He enjoys playing with cars. Sponsorship would provide him with Bible teaching, health education, recreational activities and tutoring.
The center staff will also provide parent meetings and family discussion
groups for the parents or guardians of Wesley.
To learn more or to change this boy's story, click here!
This is Erica:
Erica lives with her father and mother and is responsible for making beds and running errands. Her father is employed as a laborer and her mother maintains the home. There are three children in the family. She regularly attends Vacation Bible School and choir and attends primary school. She enjoys walking and listening to music. Sponsorship allows the staff of Projeto Aliança com Cristo to provide Erica with
Bible teaching, hygiene education, nutritious food, recreational
activities, choir, field trips, tutoring, art and flute classes. The
center staff will also provide lectures for the parents or guardians of
To learn more or to change this girl's story, click here!
If neither of these children speak to your heart, please go here and find one that does. There are thousands of children waiting for a loving sponsor. You could be that sponsor.