see orphans and vulnerable children across the world reach their full God-given
Seeking to provide equal support,
benefits and opportunity for ALL children involved in The Salvation Army's
Sponsorship program the USA Central Territory only offers sponsorship in the
form of discretionary sponsorship (of a children's home, school or center),
sponsorship of an individual child is not available. The following statement is to help explain
why we only offer discretionary sponsorship:
"The life of an orphaned and
vulnerable child is unstable and unfair.
When only certain children in the home receive the benefits of sponsorship
and the others look on and wonder why they are not sponsored, inequality and
the feelings of not being valued are perpetuated. This program aims to serve all of the
children, not a select few. This form of
sponsorship benefits all the children involved and ensures equal opportunity
and creates self-worth. It also reduces
unnecessary tension among children and allows the staff to make better use of
time and energy at the home, school or center. "
Provide opportunity for people in The United States to support, serve and love
people overseas in a practical way
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My name is Sunil Yousaf son of Yousaf Masih.
I have been living in Boys Home since 2008. I am studying in class 8th. I am thankful to The Salvation Army that is providing me academic and spiritual education. I am very happy in this Home. I was able to deliver Bible message in the public meeting on 14th November 2010 and I won the 1st prize in speech competition for twice time. I like to play cricket and volleyball and the home has provided me these games here. My favourite colour is violet. I like to eat Aalu Matar (Potato and Peas). I am thankful to my sponsors for all their support. May God richly bless them and The Salvation Army.
Will you change a life?
My name is Amrose Akash son of Alvin.
My mother has died and I have been living with my Grandmother and Father. I have one brother and one sister. I have been living in the Boys Home for one year. In the beginning days I didn’t want to stay in the Boys Home but the superintendent of the Boys Home encouraged me and now I am very happy in Boys Home and I am studying by heart. I want to become a pilot after completing my education. Boys Home and School’s environment is very pleasant. I have many friends in the Boys Home. My favourite colour is pink. I like to play basketball and cricket. I like to eat Biriyani and Korma. I would like to say sincere words of thanks to my sponsors and The Salvation Army for supporting me.
Will you be a part of this change?