Give the Gift of Sponsorship!

Calling all Grandparents, Aunts, and Uncles!  Are you finding that shopping for your teenage grandchild, niece or nephew is more challenging the older they get?

This Christmas let us help!!  Give the gift of child sponsorship.  When you set up a sponsorship for your special someone, you give them the amazing opportunity to be part of a life-changing new friendship.  They will get to share photos, letters, and lives with someone in another country.  You get the joy of knowing you gave an extraordinary gift that keeps giving throughout the years.

What a wonderful opportunity for your special young person to learn about a new culture, be part of making a radical difference in the life of someone their age, and experience a friendship like no other!

Sponsor a child this Christmas!  Change lives for the better on both sides of the bridge!

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