Being a resource coordinator there are many things that we are supposed to do and incorporate into our job. Hygiene, self-care, self-love and understanding the impact and importance of this is something I try to educate my students on.

Children Incorporated helps eliminate some of the challenges these students and their families face.

The Children Incorporated sponsorship program has such a wonderful impact on my students. Children Incorporated helps me to make sure students’ needs are met every day they attend school. I love how the students receive gifts on their birthday which makes the student feel special and not forgot about. The anticipation and excitement on the students’ face is very rewarding. Thanks to the sponsors for making this happen.

Building a relationship with these students is my top priority. I love being able to earn the students’ trust. I am able to pull them into my office and ask what their specific needs are. With the combination of my Family Resource Center and Children Incorporated, everything we do is and can be life changing for these students.

I truly believe that if some of these students didn’t have sponsors then they wouldn’t be able to attend school. Children Incorporated helps eliminate some of the challenges these students and their families face. Thank you for everything.

Sincerely,
Paula

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How do I sponsor a child with Children Incorporated?

You can sponsor a child in one of three ways: call our office at 1-800-538-5381 and speak with one of our staff members; email us at sponsorship@children-inc.org; or go online to our sponsorship portal, create an account, and search for a child in that is available for sponsorship.

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written by Children Incorporated

We provide children living in poverty with education, hope and opportunity so they have the chance for a brighter future. Thanks to past and current supporters around the globe, we work with 225 affiliated sites in 20 countries to offer basic needs, emergency relief, and community support to thousands of children and their families each year.

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