Orphan Sunday Partnership Packages

Child Sponsorship

Child Sponsorship Dinner

ORGANIZATION: Make Way Partners

CATEGORY: Child Sponsorship

There are an estimated 30 million victims of human trafficking in the world today. More than 1/2 are children. Orphans are the most vulnerable to modern-day slavery, starvation, disease and all forms of oppression. Through child sponsorship you can make a direct impact to END SLAVERY. You can help Make Way Partners grow a true anti-trafficking orphan-care network throughout Sudan and the D R Congo to save, heal, protect and prepare thousands of at-risk orphans for leadership in the future. A Child Sponsorship Dinner is a commitment to help protect & provide complete care for more of the children in Sudan & in the Democratic Republic of Congo. It starts simply: Invite your friends and family to a special dinner that you host. At the dinner share why you became ‘family’ for an orphan in Sudan and what difference that has made in your life! Then extend the joy. Invite your guests to join you by becoming MWP Child Sponsors too. You will find resources and materials on our website that will help make your dinner memorable – including fun, Sudanese-style recipes and dinning tips!

WHAT THE LOCAL HOST DOES:

Hosting a Child Sponsorship Dinner is a great way to invite your friends to action & share together the joy of protecting orphans at-risk to slavery! It’s so easy to spread the word about Make Way Partners Child Sponsorship!

1. Invite your friends over for dinner.

2. Share your story on how Child Sponsorship has impacted your life.

3. Encourage your friends to make a difference through Make Way Partners Child Sponsorship program in Sudan and Congo!

WHAT THE ORGANIZATION PARTNER DOES:

MWP has created and provided all the party materials you will need to host a Sponsorship Dinner – including: invitations, checklists, recipe ideas, how to share your story, etc.

Simply go to our website:http://www.makewaypartners.org/child-advocate.html and start downloading today! Contact Audrey Moore for child sponsorship pictures and brochures OR with any additional questions at 205-240-8597.

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OS Founder/Speaker & Booth-in-a-Bag

ORGANIZATION: Every Orphan’s Hope

CATEGORY: Child Sponsorship

Every Orphan’s Hope launched the first Orphan Sunday in Lusaka, Zambia in 2003. If you would like our Founder and President, Gary Schneider, to speak at your church or event leading up to Orphan Sunday, please email us.

WHAT THE LOCAL HOST DOES:

Reach Out. Call or email us to book OS Founder Gary Schneider at your Orphan Sunday event and to request a Booth-in-a-Bag.

Rally your friends. With the materials provided in your bag, set up a booth at your church or Orphan Sunday event and share the mission of Every Orphan’s Hope.

Recycle. Return the banner and any un-used print materials so that we may re-use them at future events.

WHAT THE ORGANIZATION PARTNER DOES:

If you would like OS Founder Gary Schneider to speak at your church or event, call or email us as soon as possible. We will do our best to work with your calendar.

If you are setting up a booth, we will mail you a Booth-in-a-Bag that includes:

1. A 3’x6’ Every Orphan’s Hope vinyl banner that you can hang on your table

2. Print brochures and postcards that describe the ministry of Every Orphan’s Hope

3. 4×6 photos of our children who need sponsors. At Every Orphan’s Hope, 100% of your monthly contribution goes toward the care of your sponsored child!

4. (3) Good News Wristbands – If you would like to hand out more wristbands, 5-packs and 100-packs are available for purchase at everyorphan.org

5. 10 unique bookmarks with a picture of an orphan and his or her prayer request (on the front) as well as 31 ways to pray for our children (on the back).

Plus, you can download any of our videos at everyorphan.org. We recommend “Zambia’s Gift to the World,” a 32-minute video on the history of Orphan Sunday.

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Adopt-A-Legacy | Support an Orphan in Kenya

ORGANIZATION: East-West Ministries International

CATEGORY: Child Sponsorship

Adopt-A-Legacy (ALIM) is a ministry founded by an East-West Ministries missionary in Kitale, Kenya. It provides essentials for at-risk children of all ages. The children include orphans whose parents have died from HIV/AIDs, children with a surviving parent who is terminally ill and can’t work, and abandoned children. The children are placed within loving Christian homes, rather than an orphan home, to provide as normal an upbringing as possible. Adopt-A-Legacy has several categories of sponsorship from which a person or group can choose. These include schooling (including tutoring, transport, and uniform), hygiene, food, and meat for the family.

WHAT THE LOCAL HOST DOES:

Provides an opportunity for ALIM, an affiliate of East-West Ministries International, to inform those in their congregation, company, or organization about ways to sponsor an ALIM child. A host also encourages involvement in the ALIM sponsorship program.

WHAT THE ORGANIZATION PARTNER DOES:

Provides materials including:

1. Stories

2. Photos

3. Video for the host to present

4. All necessary information

5. Follow-up to those who contribute to one or more categories of child sponsorship.

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Monthly Child Sponsorship

ORGANIZATION: Christian Adoption Services, Inc.

CATEGORY: Child Sponsorship

A commitment of $40 a month can help provide food, medical care and an education for an orphaned, abandoned or indigent child in Liberia.

WHAT THE LOCAL HOST DOES:

Partners with Christian Adoption Services and an indigenous church in Liberia named African Christians Fellowship International to care for children in need in Liberia. The local host commits to raising up monthly sponsors who will pray and send $40 a month.

WHAT THE ORGANIZATION PARTNER DOES:

Sponsors will receive a photo of their sponsored child and a letter from the child once they sign up. Then, the sponsor will receive a letter from the child 1-2 times a year, and an updated photo will be placed on the AfricanChildSponsorship.com website once a year. Sponsors also receive monthly email newsletters with updates.

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