Why Should I Sponsor a Child?/Compassion-ceapu

09/11/2018 CHRISTIAN EFFORTS AGAINST POVERTY.

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This is a question many people ask when non-profit organizations like ceapu come to their schools, churches, or jobs to bring awareness on children living in developing/third world countries.

When you were in college, this might have been a question you had in your mind while listening to a famous organizations talk about the children who were in need of sponsors. You were probably a little disinterested because of the fraudulent stories you had heard about certain non-profits and their abuse of the donations that were coming Incas for us we have a very clear system. Ask anything we will answer you and clear your worries. We some of the answers to the questions that you are almost asking before you can sponsor a child through ceapu.

  1. Why should people sponsor through CEAPU?

There are many less fortunate people in this world. If anyone is able to, they should lend a helping hand. I think it’s very meaningful to share your feelings and compassion through giving. These children can’t help their current situation, so it’s important to help them so that they can eventually learn to support themselves. Sponsoring a child brings happiness and satisfaction to one’s life. I really do believe that. As an adult, we all face our own challenges but I think it’s good to think about others instead of focusing on our own problems. It’s refreshing to the spirit and mind.

  1. What is the ultimate goal for ceapu as sponsorship program?

I feel that no child should go hungry, without clothes, education or a future. If everyone does their part, these children will not need to be helpless and always facing hardship. These children had no choice when they were born in a poor village with no one to supply their basic needs. By having sponsors like you, we are giving them choices to live a normal life. The goal of sponsorship is to provide a safe and loving environment excellent education and training in which our children can thrive and develop to their full potential.

  1. Where does the sponsorship money go?

The money goes to the care for the children. It breaks down to the tuition/school fees, living expenses such as food, clothing, medical attention and educational supplies for the children. If you think about your own children and the expenses in raising a child, we use the sponsorship money to all go into raising these children. We do have administration fees which include the rent of the children’s homes, staff wages, and transportation costs for the children, building maintenance, etc.

  1. What makes our organization different from other organizations in relation to the sponsorship programs?

A lot of organizations have age limits on when the sponsorship stops. I feel that each organization should investigate and learn from each culture because every country is different. Many people think that 18 year olds are adults and old enough to find a job and be independent. For China, that is not the case. Even after they graduate from high school or college, it is very difficult to find a job. Once they become our child, they will always be our children. Our goal and commitment is to make sure that each child is well established and able to care for his or her own needs. Although our children grow up, they are still “orphans” in the sense that they do not have biological parents to look out for them. Our organization is out to help children in need. When a child has needs, we will not hesitate to offer help, regardless of their age. We also provide parental care. We believe that emotional nurturing is important as well.

 

 

  1. What have been the success stories?

We have many success stories from the children who have come from nothing to something and have shown their gratitude with heartfelt letters to their sponsors. We shall keep sharing these with you

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Ou r child celebrating a blessing of a gift from her dear sponsor from Austalia.

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Our children smiling for the surety of a night’s meal. Food all the way from North Carolina

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This is Alex! Celebrating with his former compassion sponsor Dan Yleana Newton. Alex was a sponsored child who championed the birth of CEAPU that has continued to grow and support many more children.

Please sponsor a child,Unable to sponsor a child.Give where most needed

visit our website

http://www.ceapu.com/Contact for directions on how to support.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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