Sponsor A Child

What Does Sponsorship Provide?

Because of the diverse range of needs within our many communities, we aim to assess each community and family and meet their needs accordingly. When you sponsor a child for $55/month, you will help bring their entire family access to resources like:

Nutrition is a priority for us. We know that children cannot function as they should when they are not getting fed properly. Sponsorship ensures that your sponsored child is provided enough food for 3 meals/day, so that they can learn and play.

Access To Medical Care

Because our children live in the poorest areas of Ethiopia, they face many health challenges. Sponsorship gives them access to our separate medical fund, so that children and family members can get treated as needed.


We believe that a relationship with God and learning the truths of the Bible are vital in children becoming all that they can be. When sponsored, children are regularly exposed to the gospel, fellowship, and prayer through our programs.

Educational Support

In order for the next generation to beat the cycle of poverty, they must be educated. Throughout the year we assist our children with the materials they need to be successful in school. In some cases, children are also provided private school opportunities.

Community Development

Through empowering families and children, we are also strengthening the communities in which they live. Businesses are being started, resources are being poured in, and hope rises throughout the community as they see change.


… And the greatest of these is Love. We have been strategic in partnering with ministries that put priority on loving those within our communities. Through our team visits, through letters from sponsors, and through the opportunity to thrive, we believe the biggest changes come from the love our families and children receive once they are sponsored.

Because of people like you, 675 families are sponsored in Ethiopia

Talita Rise Up

Located in Yirglam in southern Ethiopia, Talita Rise Up is home to abandoned babies, and serves the needs of this extremely impoverished community. For all profiles visit the Talita Rise Up sponsorship page.

All sponsorships are $55/month

Abebech Habte.

Name: Abebech Habte

Story: Abebech Habte is a 40 year old widow, and is raising her three children as a single mother. To support her family she works collecting and selling firewood, as well as making and selling injera in the village. Abebech is living with HIV/AIDS in Yirgalem, and is able to live in a government house because of it. She lives there with her three children, Sina, 17 years old, Wondu, 14 years old, and Michat, 9 years old.

Tadelech Abedela

Name: Tadelech Abdela

Story: Tadelech is a 37 year old mother of 8! She is currently married to Tariku, who supports the family as a guard. Tadelech stays home to care for the younger children. Their children are: Lila, 20 years, Meseret, 18 years, Melkamu, 15 years, Tamirat, 12 years, Menesenot, 10 years, Tibeka, 7 years, Esubalew 4 years, and baby Tsione, who is 2 years old. The family is very poor, and is greatly dependent on sponsorship to meet their needs.

Asnakech Tadesse

Name: Asnakech Tadesse

Story: Asnakech is an 85 year old widow and mother of two. Her husband, Woldeyesus, passed away 50 years ago from an illness. Her son, Kasahun, was a soldier who never returned from a mission 40 years ago, and her daughter, Teshay, passed away from cancer 25 years ago. Asnakech is raising 2 of Teshay’s children as well as 2 children abandoned at birth. She earns in income by collecting used materials to sell in the market place in Yirgalem.

Shewadar kabiso

Name: Shiwida Kabiso

Story: Shiwida is about 40 years old, and contracted Polio as a child, which left her crippled and dependent on a cane. She never married, but is raising sisters Asnakech Seyum, 13 years old, and Kidist Seyum, 8 years old, for a family member who lives in a rural village. Asnakech is in 6th grade, and Kidist is in 2nd. To support the girls Shiwida braids hair and sells firewood and charcoal in the village.

Endihnew Hope

Located on Entoto Mountain, Endihnew Hope serves many families with medical needs, and children who face starvation and lack access to education. For all profiles visit the Endihnew Hope sponsorship page.

All sponsorships are $55/month

Meseret & Yabsira

Name: Meseret, Yabsira & Yostina

Story: Meseret is a young single mother of two, recently widowed. She was living in her sister-in-law’s home, but was kicked out and is now homeless, depending on the kindness of friends and neighbors. Her son, Yabsira, is 6 years old and in kindergarten this year, and her daughter, Yostina, is 3 years old. Meseret has no income to meet their needs, and the family is dependent on the Endihnew Hope Saturday Feeding Program and charity from neighbors.

Eleni & Getay

Name: Eleni & Getay

Story: Eleni is 12 years old and in 5th grade. She lives on Entoto Mountain with her mother, Getay, who suffers from a mental disability. Both Getay & Eleni can often be found outside of the local Orthodox church begging for food and money so they can eat and pay their house rent. They don’t earn enough money to meet their needs and are dependent on the Endihnew Hope Saturday Feeding Program and charity from neighbors.

Hand in Hand

Located in Addis Ababa with a focus on the Chirkos community, Hand in Hand serves many children who are in desperate need of educational and nutritional aid. For all profiles visit the Hand in Hand sponsorship page.

All sponsorships are $55/month

There are currently no Hand in Hand families waiting for sponsorship. Please consider sponsoring with another ministry.


A trash dump community located in Addis Ababa, Korah is home to Bethel Holistic Development Center which serves the unique needs of this medically fragile population. For all profiles visit the Korah sponsorship page.

All sponsorships are $55/month

There are currently no Korah families waiting for sponsorship. Please consider sponsoring with another ministry.

Learn more about our partner ministries and communities in which our sponsored children live: