Sponsor a child
Meet the Kids
Through our sponsor a child program Warm Heart supports around 65 children in school from Kindergarten through College.
The new school year just started again for 2016-2017 (Thai school goes Mid May to Mid March).
We now have 14 students in high school and four in college.
And there are always more that come seeking help.
Break the chains of poverty
When you sponsor a child, you are helping severely disadvantaged children. Some Warm Heart kids come to us simply because they are from isolated mountain villages with no school. Most of our kids come from a hard past.
But Warm Heart’s Children’s Homes offer more than an opportunity to go to school. They also provide a place of healing.
- These kids know hunger. They arrive malnourished and are initially protective of the food they are given.
- These kids know physical abuse. They arrive beaten and scarred.
- These kids know abandonment.
- These kids know crime. Many fathers are in jail, many mothers are in prostitution. They come from families rife with alcoholism, addiction, and theft.
But despite it all, these our children are succeeding in life.
When you sponsor a child, they don’t wonder when their next meal will be or when their parent will come home.
They have the opportunity to laugh and be kids.
Without your help some of these children would never go to school and most would drop out of school after sixth grade.
When you sponsor a child where does the money go?
When you sponsor a child, you are helping to break the cycle of poverty, crime, and substance abuse.
If anything, our children are overachieving.
Because of Warm Heart they are graduating kindergarten, ninth grade, high school.
All of them.
They are going to college.
And that’s expensive, because with every promotion – from grade school to middle school, from middle school to high school or vo-tec, from high school to university – the costs go up and up.
Today we actually have to factor success into our cost-per-child budget!
When you sponsor a child, you will feel the powerful satisfaction and joy of knowing that you are changing the life of a child and his/her family. Your help will not only free your child from the cycle of poverty, but will impact future generations.