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Sponsorship Gives New Life to Sandha

When you sponsor a child, you’re giving that child a chance to live a better life. For Sandha Bala in Bangladesh, sponsorship meant a healthy life. Sandha is now studying in the second grade at Brac School. She has one brother and three sisters. The eldest brother lives with his wife and her sisters are […]

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10 Things All Child Sponsors Know

  1. There’s no better feeling than getting a letter from your sponsored child.   2. Your photo is most likely displayed in someone’s home across the globe.     3.You’ve tried to read your letters in their original language. But totally can’t.   4. You spend a lot of time praying for your sponsored […]

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A Chance For Higher Education

Have you ever wondered how child sponsorship helps children continue their studies to reach future goals? Food for the hungry (FH) child sponsorship in Bangladesh helps children to continue their studies when parents are unable to do so. Nazmul Hossan, a former sponsored child, is one of example of this assistance. Nazmul is a student of […]

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Make it Happen

Can you imagine children walking through piles of trash at the local dump looking for items their family can use or sell? This is exactly what children in many impoverished countries do every day. It was this kind of situation which led to Food for the Hungry (FH) to start its work in such countries […]

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The Faces of Poverty

I recently got the incredible opportunity to travel with our Church Engagement team to witness the work that Food for the Hungry is doing in Guatemala. I’ve sponsored children for a long time, so I was eager to see for myself the kind of difference that child sponsorship actually makes in the lives of the […]

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Teen Gives Up Data Plan To Sponsor Child

Lauren Yost is a 15-year-old student from Pennsylvania. She, with her parents, is also a child sponsor. However, it wasn’t easy for Lauren to begin with Food for the Hungry (FH). “It always sounded fun to write to a kid in a different country and tell them about God’s love, but I didn’t think I could […]

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Educating Families on Education in Bangladesh

Most parents consider the education of their children as one of the basic needs of life and do not compromise to provide them with it. But sadly, not all children are lucky enough to have support from their parents. Many children in Bangladesh do not have the access or parents do not have the ability […]

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What Is “Success” In the Fight To End Poverty?

One month into a new year! How are you doing on your resolutions? Making progress towards your goals? To me the first month of the year is always full of adrenaline. Boldly making changes or commitments to ensure we meet our new goals. Doing our best to arrange our lives to set ourselves up for […]

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The Value of a Selfie

If you have been around teenagers lately, you more than likely have knowledge of what is known in today’s society as a “selfie.” The definition of a selfie is simple. Essentially, a selfie is a picture designed to chronicle one thing — the person taking it. While the selfie originated amongst those in younger generations, it […]

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It’s Not Easy Being Cynthia in Rwanda

Cynthia will be 9 years old this year. This, and the preceding years, are the ones where a child’s life is about innocent play, enjoying family and early education. But that is not necessarily true for children like Cynthia who are growing up in Rwanda. Cynthia was fortunate to be born after the genocide in […]

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