As you read this, more than 1,000 girls and boys are on Save the Children* sponsorship waiting list. You have the ability to help brighten their futures by accepting this invitation to sponsor a child for just a minimum of $20 a month — that’s only 67 cents per day to bring real, lasting change! Please, respond by August 15, 2015.
Ngan, who lives in Vietnam, is one of the children on the list who needs a sponsor willing to reach out. In rural Vietnam, malnutrition, life-threatening illnesses and natural disasters jeopardize children’s health. Save the Children’s early childhood development and education programs help children around the world like Ngan grow to be healthy and happy.
You will form a personal bond with your sponsored child.
To start your extraordinary, new relationship, you’ll receive a photo with more in-depth information on your sponsored child and your sponsorship, periodic reports on the difference you’re making, a note card to send your first message to your sponsored child, and more.
Please RSVP ‘Yes!’ for a child in desperate need today. When you reply, we can let your sponsored child know that someone cares – you!
Should someone else choose to sponsor Ngan before you respond, Save the Children will select another child for you from the sponsorship waiting list and will send you information about that child, so you can start your relationship right away.
To ensure your monthly gifts have the greatest impact possible, they’ll be combined with those of other sponsors, rather than given directly to your sponsored child. That way, you’ll support programs that help improve life for your child and all eligible children and families in their community.
How Sponsorship Works
1. Maternal and Child Health: Provides children with a healthy start, ensuring that mothers and families have access to lifesaving health and nutrition services and practices.
2. Early Childhood Care and Development: Prepares children for future success by providing a strong foundation for their formal education.
3. Basic Education: A right of all children. This program works to improve the learning experience and success for all students.
4. School Health and Nutrition: Addresses student health issues. Healthy children are able to attend school and thus increase their learning capability.
5. Adolescent Development: Addresses the needs of youth so they can actively contribute to their own well-being and the community overall.
6. Innovation: Spans across all programs. Sponsorship allows for development of interventions that best meet children’s needs.
Please, take part and sponsor a child today.
*The Save the Children Fund, commonly known as Save the Children, is an international non-governmental organization that promotes children’s rights, provides relief and helps support children in developing countries. It was founded on April 15, 1919 in London, United Kingdom by Dorothy Buxton and Eglantyne Jebb
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