Child Sponsorship Changes Lives
Pearl S. Buck International's Child Sponsorship Program, Opportunity House, Changes the Lives of Orphaned, Abandoned and Disadvantaged Children. Give the Gift of Hope, Become a Child Sponsor.

Sponsor a child  for only $30 a month and give them the opportunity to break the cycle of poverty through education and healthcare. These children are in need of your child sponsorship.  Read the Guide to Sponsorship for more details.

Fang
Age 16
China
Fang is in the 10th grade and her interests are singing, dancing, writing painting and playing guitar.  She hopes to attend a good college.

Linlu
Age 16
China
Linlu is in the 10th grade and plans to work hard so she can go to a good college.

Rey Anne
Age 10
Philippines
Rey Anne is in the 4th grade and dreams of becoming a teacher.  She enjoys playing basketball and dancing.

Jentupol
Age 8
Thailand
Jentupol is in the 2nd grade and hopes to be a doctor when he grows up.

Jirawat
Age 3
Thailand
Jirawat is attending pre-kindergarten.  In his free time he enjoys playing fun games with his friends.

Joshua
Age 10
Philippines
Geodfrey is in 3rd grade. He walks to school each day and dreams of becoming a policman.

Cuong
Age 9
Vietnam
Cuong is in 3rd Grade likes to watch cartoons and dreams of becoming a teacher one day.

 

Tuyen
Age 11
Vietnam
Tuyen likes to play with friends on the playground.

 

Children in Need

With this sponsorship option, you will begin supporting the child who is in greatest need of a sponsorship at the time of your commitment to become a sponsor, at the discretion of our Opportunity House Coordinator. Click here to sponsor a child who is in great need.

More Information
Click here for Frequently Asked Questions.  For more information on Sponsors or Champions for Children, contact Opportunity House at OHcoord@pearlsbuck.org or (215) 249-0100 x142.

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