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Paul states in 2 Corinthians 5:20 that “we are therefore Christ’s ambassadors, as though God were making his appeal through us.
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Thank you Nursery Foundation for the wonderful work you do, and for allowing people like me to be able to help! I sponsor 6 children and I have loved each and every one of them from day 1! I have only been sponsoring since January, but I have already received letters from three of my children. And those letters are more priceless to me than ANYTHING else. I can clearly see why the letter writing is so important! You really DO make a difference in the life of a child.
I just wanted to update my previous review entitled “A Blessing” because I said I was experimenting financially with 2 sponsorships but a few weeks later, I got one more because a photo of a cute little girl in Mexico in a blue ruffled dress stole my heart. I became her sponsor and figured God would provide. A couple weeks later I got a surprise COVID discount on my tuition that’s the same amount as a year’s sponsorship. I have faith God will continue to help me help her.
I recently decided to sponsor another child. I love this organization and the mission. I have sponsored my first child from Colombia for 3 years and now I chose to sponsor another child from Haiti. I’m so blessed to be able to change a child’s life!
Fisher Bob Doney
It is a Blessing!
This program is a blessing to so many! This blessing starts with blessing an individual child, then you also bless their family, and then their community as well, and then the blessing returns to the giver. I am so happy that I decided to sponsor a child, and then other children too. I had no idea how much once decision could impact so many lives.
I sponsored three girls from age 6 through graduation, and now I am sponsoring three more. I have visited them in their homes, and all received their letters and their financial gifts. I saw the beds, blankets, food containers etc. they purchased. The staff I have met have been wonderful. The graduated girls tell me that it was a wonderful program that changed their lives. I would like two changes: More content about their lives in letters, and easier transitions after graduation.
I’ve been sponsoring a girl in Bolivia a few years. It’s been a good experience corresponding and receiving photos of purchases made with gift money I’ve sent. I decided to sponsor a second child recently, choosing a youth, who has just one year left in the program since I’m experimenting with financing two sponsorships. She lives in Peru and immediately wrote me; I wonder what saying goodbye will be like at graduation but I’ll cross that bridge when I get to it. At least I helped he