Kidstown International

To Dream Big


Deep inside the country of Nepal is a remote village where work is nearly impossible to come by, and resources are low. In this village, four-year-old Subin was in danger of not surviving past his next birthday.

Both of Subin’s parents were disabled, making work impossible. There was no community to support them, and there was no help for young Subin. A family member knew of Subin’s dangerous situation, and out of compassion for him, connected him to one of our children’s homes in Nepal.

This children’s home was able to welcome Subin in and give him a home and a family. They gave him food and shelter, and he soon began to open up. Once Subin was able to start school, he realized that he loved to learn.

Subin is now twelve years old. He has been fortunate enough to have a sponsor walk alongside him through the years, and he is doing well. He continues to enjoy school, and has fun engaging in the other activities in the home, such as farming and volleyball.

Subin’s sponsor has had a unique opportunity to be a part of his life and watch him be transformed by the loving environment of his home. He has a lot of life ahead of him with many challenges and joys, and he knows that his sponsor will be with him through those times. Subin knows that someone on the other side of the world cares about him, and even just that one thought can provide so much encouragement to help him through life’s struggles.

Asking you to sponsor a young child in one of our homes isn’t a simple ask to us. We know that a sponsorship can help give a child confidence and support for them to dream big. It also provides a special opportunity for the sponsor to reach into the life of a hurting child to bring them hope.

If you would like to sign up to sponsor a child in need today, here are some opportunities for you.

 

Saraswati
Lives in India
Birthday: February 2012

After Saraswati’s father went missing, her mother sank into a deep depression. It slowly got worse and worse until family members became worried for Saraswati’s well being. They contacted one of our homes about bringing her to them. They agreed to take in the young girl, and she is now in a healthy environment. She now has the opportunity to be a happy young girl with a bright future. She still must heal from her past, but she has the help that she needs.

Sponsor Form – Kidstown International

 

Riya
Lives in India
Birthday: February 2012

Riya was struggling to survive when she was brought to one of our homes. Her father was too drunk to work, and her mother could not earn enough for them. Riya’s health was deteriorating, and there was concern for her future. Because of her struggles, she was brought to our home, and she is now doing better! She is growing and healing, and will be going to school. There is a lot of hope for Riya.

Sponsor Form – Kidstown International

 

Mansa
Lives in India
Birthday: February 2012

While Mansa should have been starting school and being nurtured by her parents, instead she was left alone while her parents would find work in different counties. She was a young girl, and was vulnerable to the dangers of the world. Some leaders were able to get connected with her and her family and bring her to one of our homes. She is able to live as a young girl should now, with capable leaders being there for her.

Sponsor Form – Kidstown International

 

Iyappan
Lives in India
Birthday: August 2009

With no stable income, Iyappan’s family is unable to provide for any basic needs. In order for Iyappan to be well fed and go to school he was brought to one of our supported children’s homes. He was welcomed in with compassion and open arms. He is going to be surrounded by people who love him and will teach him about Jesus. His going to go to school and have a better life.

Sponsor Form – Kidstown International

 

Szidonia
Lives in Romania
Birthday: October 2017

The living situation for Sofia was not a healthy one. There were some concerns for her safety, especially after an accident where Sofia’s skin was burned with burning oil. Her family was not in a good neighborhood, and they were not providing a safe environment for such a young girl. So she is now living in one of our homes where she will have the opportunity to go to school and be loved by the leaders and other children in the home.

Sponsor Form – Kidstown International

 

Chris
Lives in India
Birthday: February 2012

After Chris’s mother died after child birth, his father became very depressed and began drinking. He eventually left Chris with his grandparents. As his grandparents were very old, they were not earning much to care for Chris. As a young boy, he had yet to experience true happiness as he had lost so much and was in an unhealthy situation. When Chris began seeing other kids go to school, he wanted to go with them, but his grandparents could barely feed him, much less send him to school. There was nothing for them to do, so he was brought to one of our homes. He was welcomed in, and is now receiving the proper care and love that he has always needed, and is going to school!

Sponsor Form – Kidstown International

 

Paungailian
Lives in India
Birthday: February 2015

Paungailian has witnessed much pain in his young life. His father passed away from a stroke, and his mother abandoned him to relatives after her husband’s death. Paungailian was tossed from family to family, no one willing to care for him or love him. When they heard about one of our supported homes, they contacted them to take Paungailian. The home accepted him, and he is now in a loving and caring environment. He is living in a real home and has found a family that will support him. He will be able to go to school and have what he needs.

Sponsor Form – Kidstown International

 

If you would like to see more of the children in need of a sponsor, please visit this our sponsorship page!


Thanks to our sponsors and donors, we are are able to give children hope. If you’re interested, there are many ways you can support Kidstown!