Have you ever found yourself at a loss when it comes to writing to your sponsored child? We’ve been there too, so we know just how it feels. Since writer’s block is not foreign to many child sponsors, we’re bringing you some tips and prompts to get your pen moving and that envelope filled!
Christmas is a time to share good will and cheer, no matter where you're from. So it's great to see sponsors taking the time to wish their sponsored children the best at this time of year! It truly means the world to them. Here, we've compiled a list of the most popular items that sponsors send to their children, for your inspiration!
Nyan Win, 18, lives with his parents in one of the crowded urban areas in Myanmar. He has been a sponsored child since he was 8 years old.
Nyan Win’s parents are odd job workers who struggle to feed and support their three children. He was originally reluctant and shy and could not communicate well with others or make friends. But when World Vision introduced the child club in Nyan Win’s community, his life started to change.
“To me, if I’m able to give hope to the kids I sponsored, if I can just walk alongside them and help them to achieve their goals, I’m really colouring their life and their world”
Since 2010, Dorothy has been sponsoring children all over the world. Just a year later, in 2011, she was challenged to eventually sponsor 100 kids. Up till now, she has committed to reach the target by sponsoring more and more children each year. Now she has a total of 49 children who are sponsored.
Dr Leslie Tay is not an unfamiliar face to many Singaporeans. As the man behind Singaporean food blog “ieatishootipost”, many people know that Dr Leslie Tay is a doctor and a gastronomic adventurer. Do you know that he is also World Vision Child Sponsor?
He doesn’t just heal the sick, or recommend good food, he also sponsors the needy children.
World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.
Working in nearly 100 countries around the world, World Vision serves all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.