A Health and Economic Crisis

Lebanon has been hit especially hard during the COVID-19 outbreak

This story was written prior to yesterday’s horrible tragedy in Beruit. We have connected with our volunteer coordinators in the country who have informed us that our affiliated projects have not been affected at this time. We will continue to update our supporters as we find out more information.  With lockdown in place as of March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Lebanon saw itself quickly decline into economic collapse — further damaging the lives […]

Taking Care of Families in Honduras

Our COVID-19 Response Fund is providing crucial relief to our sponsored children

In Honduras, where lack of adequate funding has led to inadequacies within the healthcare system, COVID-19 is a massive threat. For those living in poverty, the risk to them is even higher as those who rely on earning money daily to provide for their families means they often can’t protect themselves by staying home. For those living in poverty, the risk to them is even higher as those who rely on earning money daily to […]

Stepping in to Help

A note from our volunteer coordinator in Kentucky about our work helping families in need

It’s hard for people to ask for help in many situations — especially when it involves a person’s ability to care for their own family. But for families living in poverty, it is often a necessity for them, which is why our Hope In Action Fund exists to provide support when they need it the most. Today we hear from our volunteer coordinator, Genevieve, at Sebastian Elementary School in Eastern Kentucky, about how Children Incorporated […]

Low Resources in Bolivia

Without support from Children Incorporated, many families would go without essential items during the COVID-19 crisis

Not unlike many of the other 21 countries in which we work, parents living in poverty are struggling to support their families while they are out of work. In Bolivia, where many citizens live off of what they can sell daily in their communities, the COVID-19 lockdown has meant a lack of income — and an inability to buy vital resources for their children. In Bolivia, where many citizens live off of what they can […]

A Need and Love for Extra Attention

Our volunteer coordinator from Genoa Elementary School reflects on this past school year

At the end of every school year, our volunteer coordinators from all over the United States write to us to let us know about the power of sponsorship and what it has done for children at their respective schools. We hear from Lara at Genoa Elementary School in Wayne County, West Virginia about how our sponsors have changed the lives of their sponsored children. We hear from Lara at Genoa Elementary School in Wayne County, […]

How Do I Sponsor a Child in Asia?

What you need to know about sponsoring a child in Asia with Children Incorporated

We work in India, Sri Lanka, South Korea, and the Philippines. We affiliate with twelve projects in India, five in Sri Lanka, three in the Philippines, and seventeen in South Korea. Your support of children in these countries helps to provide them with food, clothing, school supplies, and hygiene items. We also fund feeding programs, the construction of schools and dormitories, as well as help children through our Higher Education Fund; and we support unsponsored […]