It is possible to visit sponsored children; however, since we work with a network of volunteers and projects, we simply cannot guarantee that all projects are open to sponsor visits. Circumstances vary from area to area. If you are interested in visiting a sponsored child, please contact us for specifics relating to the child and project. If your child’s project does allow visits, we ask that you contact us at least 45 days prior to your […]
If you have questions or concerns about your sponsored child, contact us at (800) 538-5381 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Depending on the nature of a child-specific question, we may need to contact our volunteer coordinator at the program your child attends for the requested information, but we will get that information to you just as soon as possible, so long that it does not violate the child-protection and privacy laws to which we adhere.
The children enjoy learning about the lives of their sponsors. Writing about your own family (children, grandchildren, brothers, sisters, etc.) is always a good place to start. The children also like to learn about your part of the world, what you do for a living, your hobbies and interests, and any pets you may have.
Yes! Corresponding with your sponsored child can be a delightful experience, and you will find your sponsored child’s project address enclosed in the child’s informational brochure. Our project volunteers will translate your letter, if necessary, and deliver it to the child you sponsor.
Due to high customs duties and the likelihood of loss, we do not recommend sending packages to programs outside of the United States. Children Incorporated cannot guarantee that the child you sponsor will receive such packages.
Yes. Sending a gift can be a way of helping your sponsored child at certain times of the year or letting the child know you are thinking of him or her. Here are some suggested guidelines: Monetary gifts should be sent directly to our Richmond, Virginia office for processing and distribution, since our project coordinators are not able to process checks or cash. However, already-purchased items should be mailed directly to your sponsored child’s school […]