How We Work
Children Incorporated partners with already-established schools, group homes, and community centers to address the specific needs of the children they serve, offering each child basic needs every month.
Our volunteer coordinators at each of our affiliated sites also informing us about the greater needs of each child’s families, the sites where they work, and the local community so we can offer lasting support that creates real change on a global scale.
In the United States, we work in eight states, both in inner cities and rural areas, including in the Navajo Nation. Sponsoring a child in the U.S. provides them with basic necessities, such as food, clothing, school supplies, and hygiene items. You support helps ensure children have the vital essentials they need to grow up healthy, remain in school, and get a quality education in a safe and supportive environment.
Stories from our U.S. Sites
Located in the idyllic mountainous Eastern Kentucky Coalfield, Magoffin County, where our affiliated project Salyersville Elementary School is located, holds the unfortunate distinction of having one of the highest poverty rates in the state. The coal mining industry once employed the majority of the area’s workforce. However, with the recent sharp decline of the industry, many area families have turned to small-scale and low-wage farming in order to provide for themselves; and unemployment and poverty […]
We work in 19 countries in Central America, South America, Asia, and Africa. When you sponsor a child internationally, you are providing them food, clothing, healthcare, and the opportunity to receive an education. For as little as $30 a month, you can ensure that children living in poverty have a chance at a better a brighter future.
Stories from our International Sites
The small landlocked nation of Bolivia comprises the rugged Andes Mountains and vast high-altitude plateaus to the west, including a portion of Lake Titicaca – the largest high-altitude lake in the world. To the east are the lush lowland plains of the Amazon Jungle. Despite its wealth of natural beauty and resources, Bolivia bears the scars of centuries of conflict, beginning with the Spanish conquistadors, and followed by almost 200 years of wars and internal […]