The information you find here will help you understand the sponsorship process. Once you commit to sponsoring a child, his or her day-to-day life will be changed through the holistic care provided by Lahash partners. You can connect with your child through prayer, letter correspondence, and periodic updates. If at any point you have unanswered questions, whether general or specific, you are welcome to contact the Sponsorship Team at email@example.com.
Look at the profiles of children waiting for a sponsor, choose one, and complete the online sign-up process. You will be the child’s only sponsor. The financial commitment is $30 per month.
Receive your Welcome Packet in the mail. It will have specific details about your sponsored child and lots of additional information about the Sponsorship Program in general.
Begin connecting through letters, prayers, and updates! There are tips and materials in your Welcome Packet. You’ll learn even more through periodic updates from Lahash.
Treasure the journey with your sponsored child. Through the joys and challenges, you will grow together! Trust that you are covered in prayer and guided by the grace of God.
God created all of us for lives of fullness and depth, and that’s what we want for each child in the Sponsorship Program. We want to see them all thrive! Lahash follows a Holistic Care Model that goes beyond the basics to encourage health, wholeness, and maturity in all aspects of life.
“Don’t wait to be the perfect sponsor… an imperfect sponsor still means the world to a vulnerable child.” These words of wisdom come from the family sponsoring Eliya, a medically fragile boy in Tanzania whose life has been saved through sponsorship.
Our partners serve the vulnerable in diverse settings across East Africa. Each child and each community has unique needs that our partners strive to creatively address. No matter the setting, we are committed to knowing each child individually, and offering them:
Do you have more questions about sponsorship? To find more answers, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page: