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Child Sponsorship

Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.  James 1:27


Education Breaks Cycle of Poverty

The majority of families working in the gritty marketplaces of Teguciagalpa, Honduras earn $2–5 a day, and have less than a sixth grade education. Unfortunately, many children will follow in the same steps as their parents. 

You can help provide educational scholarships for these students to attend a private, bilingual Christian school for $35 a month. We can break the cycles of illiteracy and poverty in Honduras by equipping these kids with the skills they will need to succeed.

For more information, email: 


Hope for Neglected & Abused Kids

 Catherine’s Kids mission it to transform the lives of the fatherless by providing a loving home where their physical, spiritual, emotional, educational and social needs are met, giving them an opportunity to live to their full potential.  


 Sponsor a child for $40/month.


Miracle House (founded by Deanna Hoover Bjork, one of Calvary’s founding families), is motivated by the heart of God, serving needy and orphaned children in Kenya since 2006.  Giving the children a HOPE and a FUTURE through sharing God’s love, family values and teaching their identity in Christ.  They provide discipleship and leadership training/camps, academic education, scholarship opportunities and feeding programs for the most-needy children in their regions.  



Sponsor a child for $35/month. 


Changing the Destiny of Teen Orphans

In Russia, orphaned teens are released from the system at 16–18 years old, and are then expected to thrive in the regular world when most of their lives they have been institutionalized and not taught any life skills. Many of them end up involved in criminal activities, prostitution, or they take their own lives after a couple years on their own.

For $35 a month you can partner with local churches in Russia to provide safe homes where these orphans are empowered to learn life skills while living in a Christian environment, supervised by caring leaders as they transition into society.  This is a Group Sponsorship model.  


Buyamba Uganda is a ministry to God’s children of Uganda. Our organization reaches out to the neediest of the orphans to provide for the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of these children. Through the vision of Pastor Bethuel and Florence Dongo, these children will one day be able to rise above their circumstances to impact the face of Uganda for Christ. God Cares School provides hope through the education and discipleship of each child. Please join us in our mission to change the plight of Uganda’s children…one child at a time.

For more information about God Cares School, contact Julie Dimas at



Gypsy Kids Get a Chance at Survival

The gypsy camps in Ukraine are home to children from newborns to 18 years of age. Many have been abandoned, neglected, or abused. They frequently roam the streets hungry and are without jackets or shoes to survive the harsh winter months.

Through sponsorships, children in these gypsy camp (or villages) now receive warm food, clothing, basic care, education, and a hope for the future. You can help provide for these children by sponsoring a village for $35 a month.  This is a Group Sponsorship Model.  


In 2019, Calvary founded a church plant and new child sponsorship program in La Paz, Bolivia in partnership with Compassion International. 

Compassion: “We fight poverty personally. We are child-focused. When a child is registered in our program the beneficiary of the support is the specific sponsored child. We work with the neediest and most vulnerable children that we can reach – the poorest of the poor.” 


James storehouse

From Cribs to College, Serving Kids in Foster Care.

James Storehouse is a 501(c)(3) community based non-profit. They partner with local public and private child welfare agencies. James Storehouse fulfills emergency requests to expedite safe placement of babies and children and to assist aged-out youth as they transition.

To sponsor a child or for more information about James Storehouse, contact Stacy DeWitt at