The Reveal Video: Here is a short video of the Kenya Team's trip!
Devi comes from a very down trodden ‘Dalit’ caste (sub caste is ‘Mala’) which is considered as “untouchable” in India. She is currently in the 8th grade. Both of her parents are suffering from health issues that prevent them from working and Devi has had to stay home as a result. She needs a Sponsors to help provide sufficient food, adequate clothes and resources to continue her studies. Will you consider sponsoring Devi?
Sunny comes from a very down trodden ‘Dalit’ caste which is considered as “untouchable” in India. Sunny’s father died three years ago, his mother could not longer feed him and brought he and his sister to the Bethany Children Home. Sunny wants to become a police officer and serve his community. Will you consider sponsoring Sunny?
Teja comes from a very down trodden Hindu community. His parents were strict Hindus worshipping several deities, but it did not change their financial situation, leaving the family fed up and ultimately in a big financial crisis. Teja’s father eventually divorced his Mother and ran away, causing them both to live hand to mouth. Teja’s Mother came to know Christ through an outreach of our global partners in India and Teja now wants to become a public servant (to eradicate illiteracy and poverty in their poorest Hindu communities) and share the love of Jesus to his people group. Will you consider sponsoring Teja?
Uday Kiran belongs to “carpenters people group” of Hindu community and his name means “the rays of sunrise.” His Dad left the family, after struggling with alcohol and mental issues, and his sick Mother is unable to feed him and send him to school. He wants to become a public servant and get rid of liquor/ alcohol. Will you consider sponsoring Uday Kiran?
Subramanyam belongs to “carpenters people group” of Hindu community. His Dad was a carpenter but ultimately left his family after struggling with alcohol and mental issues. His Mother is sick and unable to feed or send him to school. Subramanyam wants to become an engineer to help society, his people group and the poor. Will you consider sponsoring Subramanyam?
Sturridge is in the third grade. He lives with his mother. His favorite subject is Math and he wants to be a carpenter when he grows up. Will you consider sponsoring Sturridge?
Suleiman is in the third grade. He lives with his mother, two older brothers (including Ayub) and older sister. His favorite subject is Math and he wants to be a pilot when he grows up. Will you consider sponsoring Suleiman?
The HHI Child Sponsorship Program started with children from the Rakwaro, Kenya village. While the quality of this 2019 trip video is not great, the strong, sweet voices of the children our Volunteers went to visit is clear: "We are so happy to welcome you to our school. Our guest, you know we love you!"
In 2020, the Lord opened an opportunity for HHI to expand the Child Sponsorship program into Andhra Pradesh, India. This trip video shows the children at the Bethany Children's Home during our scouting trip in 2019. If you would like to sponsor one of these children, please see the children above who have a "#I" in front of their sponsorship number.
In 2021, HHI was asked if we would help support 38 children from the Bethany Education Centre (BEC) in Kawangware (e.g. a slum in Nairobi, Kenya) which serves about 650 students. BEC feeds the children a hot breakfast and lunch (which for most students is the only meal they receive during the day) and teaches about Jesus on a daily basis. If you would like to sponsor one of these children, please see the children above who have a "#N" in front of their sponsorship number.
The Child Sponsorship Program provides funding for children 14 years old or younger to receive food, education and the good news of the gospel. Sponsors commit to providing $38 a month to support their Sponsored Child through the program.
Currently, we serve close to 200 students through global partners at three locations overseas! We started the Program in 2016 with a handful of children from Rakwaro, Kenya. However, by God's grace, we expanded the program in 2020 into Andhra Pradesh, India and in 2021 to Kawangware, a slum in Nairobi, Kenya.
Your sponsored child will receive at least two nutritional meals a day, proper schooling, a school uniform (where applicable) and learn about the good news of Jesus.
You will receive regular emails and/or photos from your sponsored child and have the opportunity to join us on a future mission trip to the village!
The Scholarship Program provides funding to students who have completed high school and are ready to pursue their higher education at either a trade school or university.
Please contact Crissy Christian by email (HHANDSCHILDSPONSORSHIP@GMAIL.COM) or phone (541-538-8902) with any questions regarding the Child Sponsorship or Scholarship Programs. Thank you!