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Children all around the world are threatened by poverty, neglect and abuse.
The Salvation Army believes that every child is created in God’s image and deserves to lead a healthy, fulfilled life. Our schools, children’s homes and community centers reach the most vulnerable and marginalized children in the communities we serve, providing holistic care, education and protection so that they can thrive.
As a Sponsor, you can help children rise above adversity and reach their God-given potential. Here's how:
1. Learn about The Salvation Army schools, children's homes and community centers around the world.
2. Sponsor a center for $25 a month and provide children with food, shelter, medical care, education and spiritual guidance.
3. Witness as your generosity helps children rise above adversity and reach their full God-given potential.
Like you, we believe every child is created in God's image and deserves to lead a healthy, fulfilled life. That's why we have been advocating for the rights of children since the beginning of Salvation Army history. Now with over 150 years of serving those with the greatest needs, The Salvation Army has provided holistic care to thousands of children affected by poverty, abuse and neglect in our children's homes, schools, and child development centers operating around the globe. Join us as we seek a world where every child can thrive.
Motivated by the love of God, The Salvation Army's Sponsorship Program aims to ensure the holistic development of children. By demonstrating God's love in action, every child will be loved and valued and given the opportunity to reach their full potential and contribute back to their families and communities.
Around the world, The Salvation Army provides essential services and compassionate care to children affected by poverty, abuse, neglect, and trafficking in our children's homes, schools, and community centers. We believe in the inherent value of every child and serve children in need without discrimination.