Esther Blame

Name:

Esther Blame

DOB:

August 9, 2010

Country:

Ghana

Sponsor Me

$35 Monthly
Esther Blame / Sponsor Me

Name: Esther Blame

Date of Birth: August 9, 2010

School: None

Parent Name: Agodoa (Grandmother- 62years)

Family Situation: Grandmother supporting her cognitively disabled daughter and grandchildren.

Household size: 4

Annual Income: Unknown

 

Why The Child Needs Sponsorship?

Esther Blame is a young girl living in Ghana. Her mother is disabled and therefore all support for Esther is dependent on her elderly grandmother. The small family is plagued by medical costs and with no insurance most of their minor income goes towards health care, leaving very little remaining. Often there is rarely enough to provide one square meal for the family a day. Esther Blame is in dire need of support. Your sponsorship would provide her with regular balanced meals, clothing, and access to early education and health insurance. Having access to reliable nutrition is the first component to a child’s overall health and development. The next step to ensuring a strong foundation for Esther is his enrollment in early intervention programs and school. By sponsoring Esther Blame you provide the security and support that lays the critical groundwork for her success and happiness in the future. Thank you for your support!

What does my $35a month do?

Your monthly gift provides access to the essentials of basic health, nutrition, education, and programmed interventions. The hope this brings not only impacts a child and his or her family but also changes the outlook for their communities.

How does sponsorship work?

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Most Common FAQs for Sponsorship

Does my monthly $35 go directly to a child’s family?

Global Children’s Fund believes in the power of partnership. The money you give has a direct impact on the child you sponsor and is distributed through our local-global partners and Country Coordinators. This ensures the child receives your support entirely through locally specified programs and interventions as opposed to monetarily

How long is must I commit to sponsorship?

Sponsorship is about a commitment to building a relationship, for as long as you are able. The length of that relationship plays an integral part in a child’s growth and development, both socially, academically, and emotionally. Your ongoing commitment to sponsorship allows you to witness your impact as it grows exponentially over time. You get to see firsthand the difference your sponsorship makes on a child becoming self-sufficient, and communities finding solutions out of poverty that is sustainable.

Can others choose to sponsor the child I selected?

Sponsorship is a trusting relationship forged between one generous donor and one vulnerable child. While anyone may choose to sponsor more than one child, each child is only matched with one sponsor. This allows you to get to know each other personally through update letters and photos.

What you receive when you sponsor a child?

• Global Children’s Fund Welcome Kit, including child details and information
• Your first letter from your sponsored child
• Photos of your child
• Quarterly progress reports, and annual community updates

What does your sponsored child receive?

• Access to quality education, basic medical care, and clean water
• Security and safety from exploitation and abandonment
• Community inclusion and the ability to participate in local programs and interventions
• Ongoing progress monitoring by local Country Coordinators
• Encouragement and hope through kind letters and photos shared by you, their sponsor
• A brand new outlook on life, with confidence in themselves and their future

Esther Blame

Name:

Esther Blame

DOB:

August 9, 2010

Country:

Ghana

Sponsor Me

$35 Monthly

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