Collins

Collins

Child ID KE0820024
  • Gender Male
  • Country Kenya
  • Birthday 12/22/2005
Collins lives with his sister and parents. Life is hard, as his father is an alcoholic and doesn’t do anything to support the family. Taking whatever laboring jobs she can get, Collins’ mother tries her best to provide, but in order to pay school fees, Collins needs a scholarship since his family cannot afford it. Dreams of becoming a policeman fuel his commitment to school.
  • $39.00 - Monthly
  • $117.00 - Quarterly
  • $234.00 - Semi-Annually
  • $468.00 - Annually

Why should I sponsor?

As a child sponsor, you’ll be meeting the most pressing needs of a child. You’ll develop a meaningful relationship. And you’ll be able to teach the children in your life the importance of sharing with those in desperate need through your example.

You may give birth to a whole new generation of child sponsors!

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How can I interact with my child?

  • Receive personal letters and notes from your child and write back!
  • Get updates on your child’s progress in school and other activities
  • Enjoy contributing to special Treat Funds for Christmas and birthdays
  • Pray for your child and rest assured that he or she will learn about Jesus and have the chance to receive eternal life and hope
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