Sponsorships

In the countries where our missionaries serve, education is most often a luxury that the average person cannot afford. Whether a child, youth, seminarian, or a person living with impairments an education can lead to a better quality of life, something that laborers cannot normally expect.

Sponsors break the vicious cycle of poverty by providing for the child’s education, housing, and food.

You can be a positive force, and help us make a big change, for just a small donation each month. Help us sponsor lasting change.

Agnes Ami (BU52-1507)

Agnes is in tenth grade this year, and she is doing very well in her classes; she hopes to continue her schooling at the university and one day become a nurse. In her free time, she enjoys readi...

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Akash John Biha

Akash John is from a very poor family who has no land of their own. They live in a remote village in a small hut, far too small for a family of six. Akash John is in fifth grade this year, and h...

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Alosious Preetham Kommareddy

His parents are farmers. Alosious has one younger brother named Bala Ruchith. Both are studying at St Vincent school and walk there every day.

 

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Andrew Thoo Char Aung

Andrew is the youngest of six children coming from a poor family. Their mother is not in good health, and their father cannot find steady work to care for the family. They have entrusted th...

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Anejul Apon Biswas

Anjelus is an excellent boy who comes from a underprivileged tribal family. He has one brother and two sisters, and his parents are day laborers, working hard for their landlord and not ear...

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Angelo Chit Hlaing

Angelo is currently in ninth grade and is doing very well in school. In his free time, you can see him playing football often, he is always on the field playing with his friends. 

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Anoik Rajput

Anoik is an only child coming from two-day laborers living in a remote village with no schooling. Through the sponsorship program, Anoik can stay at the hostel and attend school; he also learns ...

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Anthony Mg Myat

Anthony is from a very large family, having ten brothers and sisters. Most of his older siblings could not continue schooling; they had to leave to help their family by taking care of the childr...

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Antonio Ye Aung

Antonio comes from a village in the mountains where there is no school, parish, and in some places, barely any electricity. Antonio was brought to Theinkyint by a priest who tours in the differe...

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Aravind Gujjarlapudi

His father is working in a rice mill. It is a seasonal job. His mother is a daily laborer. He has a younger brother who is studying in the first grade. They are very poor. They cannot eat unless...

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Arun Agliku

Arun comes from a poor village, which is on its way to development. His parents are quite old, but they still work hard. Arun has three older sisters (one is already married, and one is studying...

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Assumpta Bu Shu

Assumpta Bu Shu is the fifth of nine children, but only three are currently in school, the older children work on the farm with their parents, harvesting rice. Assumpta's parents have asked the ...

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