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FAITH AND INNOCENT SHIRENDE


 

 

Faith and Innocent are wonderful siblings who love to laugh!

Last year, Faith and Innocent’s mother was institutionalized with severe mental illness. The children were surrendered to social welfare because their father refused to care for them. Both siblings were quickly placed with us at Chingele Children’s Home (CCH), and have been with us ever since.

Today, both siblings are well adjusted to life at CCH and are adored by our caregivers!

 

Siblings’ Orphan Sponsorship: Faith and Innocent

Faith and Innocent: Siblings' Orphan Sponsorship Form
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Sponsorship Information

 

WHAT YOU’LL RECEIVE AS A SPONSOR:

  • A photo and information about your sponsored child.
  • The opportunity to have a personal relationship with your child by writing and receiving letters.
  • Annual progress reports with updated photos of your child.

 

WHAT WE ASK OF YOU AS A SPONSOR:

  • Commit to support your child for one full year.
  • Pray for your child. Use the photo and information about your child as a reminder to pray for them.
  • Optional: Write to your sponsored child. Letters are a great way to encourage your sponsored child and let them know how much they are cared for and valued. Tell them about yourself, your family and ask about their lives. More details on relationship building and methods of communication will be sent to you after you’ve become a sponsor.

 

HOW DOES SPONSORSHIP HELP MY CHILD?

Your monthly gift will be sent directly to Chingele Children’s Home in rural Zimbabwe, to help with the costs associated with your sponsored child. Actual details of what your sponsorship covers can vary from child to child — from tuition or medical expenses to food and clothing — 100% of your sponsorship amount directly benefits your child.

 


 

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