When you sponsor a child through SOW, 100 percent of your monthly support will go directly to providing your child with a home, access to healthcare, education, discipleship and more. In order to cover all needs, we allow multiple sponsors per child.
Hi, I'm Trizah! Age 14 Trizah came to Precious Kids Center when she was 12 years…
Trizah came to Precious Kids Center when she was 12 years old. She has weak upper limbs and communicates non-verbally. Her favorite subject is English. She wants to be a teacher when she grows up and enjoys playing soccer with her friends.
Hi, I'm Rosaria! Age 14 Rosaria came to Precious Kids Center when she was 11 years…
Rosaria came to Precious Kids Center when she was 11 years old. She has an intellectual disability and is a helper around our home! From doing dishes to passing out food, she has a heart to serve! She lives at the home with her three siblings.
Hi, I'm Molly! Age 19 Molly came to Precious Kids Center when she was nine and…
Molly came to Precious Kids Center when she was nine and has Down Syndrome. Her best friend is Rosaria; you’ll always find them hanging out together. Her favorite color is red.
Hi, I'm Somchai, Age 7 I currently live at Zion Children's Home in Thailand. Somchai has…
Somchai has recently come to live at Zion Children's Home. He loves to play games with the other boys. He enjoys school and his favorite subject is art. When Somchai grows up, he really wants to be a police officer because he likes helping people.
Hi, I'm Kantida 'Noon' Age 8 I currently live at Zion Children's Home in Thailand. Kantida…
Kantida "Noon" came to live at Zion Children's Home when she was seven years old. She loves to play games as well as do arts and crafts. Noon is doing well in school and would love to become a teacher one day.
Hi, I'm Natthawut 'Vigo' Age 6 I currently live at Zion Children's Home in Thailand. Vigo…
Vigo came to Zion Children's Home when he was five. He loves to play games with the other boys. Vigo just began to attend school and enjoys computers and sports, particularly soccer. He dreams of becoming a soccer player one day.
Hi I'm Jagadeeshvaran ! Age 12 Jagadeeshavran is a fun-loving young boy at Good News to the…
Jagadeeshavran is a fun-loving young boy at Good News to the Poor Children's Home in South Asia, a partner home of Serving Orphans Worldwide. He enjoys reading and playing games with his friends in his free time. Jagadeeshavran does well in school, and when he grows up, he wants to become a Cricketer.
Hi I'm Nikhil! Age 13 Nikhil is a compassionate young boy at Good News to the…
Nikhil is a compassionate young boy at Good News to the Poor Children's Home in South Asia, a partner home of Serving Orphans Worldwide. In his free time, he enjoys playing with the other children in the home. He does well in school and dreams of becoming a police officer when he grows up. He desires to help those who are struggling. Nikhil dreams of revival in South Asia and prays for his family’s happiness.
Hi I'm Nagraj Abel! Age 14 Nagraj Abel is a strong young boy at Good News…
Nagraj Abel is a strong young boy at Good News to the Poor Children's Home in South Asia, a partner home of Serving Orphans Worldwide. In his free time, he enjoys playing, cycling and caring for the animals. He also enjoys gardening. Nagrai has been through a lot in his life, leaving him with street smarts and being very courageous. He doesn't seem interested in school, so please pray that with all he’s been through. That he will be able to concentrate and stay focused on his studies.
Hi I'm Cristina! Age 13- I currently live at Alfa y Omega Children's Home in Mexico.…
Cristina currently lives at Alfa and Omega Children's Home with her sisters. She loves to draw and her favorite color is purple. In her spare time, you can often find her playing with the friends she has made in the home.
Hi I'm Sarahi! Age 17- I currently live at Alfa y Omega Children's Home in Mexico.…
Sarahi is a happy girl who loves watching movies and hanging out with her friends. Her dream is to be able to get a job in the food industry one day.
Hi I'm Alexandra! Age 12- I currently live at Alfa y Omega Children's Home in Mexico.…
Alexandra is a happy girl who loves hanging out with her friends. Her favorite game to play is tag. She is very dedicated to her studies and likes school a lot. Her favorite subject is Math.
Hi I'm Roman! Age 10 I currently live in Ukraine Roman came to Pilgrim Republic Safehouse…
Hi I'm Daniel! Age 16 I currently live in Ukraine Daniel is one of the best…
100 percent will go directly to improving the quality of life for your sponsored child and not to any of SOW’s administrative costs. ALWAYS.
Global orphan care is complicated, costly, and sometimes riddled with corruption. When you make a gift through SOW, you can know that all of our partner homes agree to provide a high standard of care and accountability. This includes announced and unannounced site visits, monthly reports, and other measures to ensure that your gift is changing the life of an orphaned or abandoned child. Our promise to you is that 100% of your gift will go directly to orphan care. The SOW administrative costs have already been covered (Everything from staff salaries to paper clips). You will also have a specific name and face to pray for, and throughout the year, you will receive updates and communication from your sponsored child in the form of letters, artwork, or emails.
Why do we allow multiple sponsors per child?
The cost to provide home, health, faith and education to each child varies around the world. However, we allow up to three sponsors per child because the true cost to raise a child within all of our partner homes exceed $38 per month. Your $38 per month combined with others allow our partner homes to give a child more than the basic necessities to survive, but the skills and opportunities to thrive as they transition to adulthood.
With your partnership, every sponsored child will receive:
Safety and shelter
A place to call home
Access to healthcare
Love of Christ
Environment of faith
Chance to attend school
Art and sports development
Path to future career