Sponsoring a child in an orphanage is an effective way to help. Sponsors provide monthly donations of $38 which provide for the basic needs of their sponsored child, as well as other kids at the orphanage. Sponsors are also encouraged to correspond with, and pray for, their sponsored child. Friendships and prayer can bring much needed healing and hope to emotionally bruised children. in one of the countries we work in.
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Our orphanages often lack basic commodities such as beds, water filters, and electricity, and may also need basic facilities such as toilets. Education is also a key area for which funds are needed. Kidstown is committed to helping these orphanage increase their quality of life through provision of the above-mentioned items, as funds are available.
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Because God is central to Kidstown and to the orphanages we support, we believe in the importance and power of prayer. Informed, targeted prayer will move the hand of God and bring results in the lives of the orphans and leaders.
>> View current prayer requests
In addition to providing long-term support to the orphanages as well as special project funding, Kidstown also needs key donors to help keep its fuel tank full so that we can sustain current efforts and continue reaching out to help other orphanages.
>> Donate now to the support and expansion of Kidstown
Education is key to breaking the cycle of poverty. As such, Kidstown is committed to helping orphans obtain an education in hopes that one day they will be able to support themselves, contribute positively to society, and actively participate in the advancement of God’s Kingdom. Please designate “Education” on your donation.
>> Give towards educational expenses
Every person will live, and leave, a legacy. Perhaps yours will be “helping orphans”. Your time, ideas, connections, and resources all can be used to further God’s Kingdom via orphan ministry. For more information on living your legacy, contact your CPA, estate planning attorney, or Kidstown.
>> If you’d like to schedule a “Living Your Legacy” workshop, please contact Kidstown.