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Meet Our Sponsors

Sponsor Caryl Dawson meets her sponsored child in Ecuador. She says of her sponsorship, I get more than I give, that's for sure.
Sponsor Caryl Dawson meets her sponsored child in Ecuador. She says of her sponsorship, I get more than I give, that's for sure.

When you sponsor a child, you join the thousands of members across the United States who make it possible for us to reach children, their families, and communities with long-term development projects that truly have an impact.

We would like to introduce you to some of our cherished members. Visit this page frequently as we continue to update it with stories of people who are making a difference by sponsoring a child.

Bruce and Claudyne Brown Meet Their Former Sponsored Child: Thirty-eight years ago, Bruce and Claudyne Brown sponsored Paul Chan, a young boy from a poverty-stricken area of Hong Kong. On August 7, 2010 the couple from Virginia met their former sponsored child for the first time.

Jennie Lewis: Becoming a Sponsor: After two years working with the Peace Corps in Nicaragua, Jennie got to see first hand the impact that Plan made in the field. When she returned home to Virginia, she decided to keep helping make a difference in children's lives by becoming a Plan sponsor.

Sandy Hancock's Family of 10: Sandy first sponsored one child, and now has a "family" of 10. She says she has received more from her experience as a child sponsor than she ever expected.

A Letter from the Lloyd Bridges Family: It was forty-five years ago that the Lloyd Bridges Family joined Foster Parents Plan to teach their children about helping others.

Caryl Dawson: A Life-Long Sponsor: Caryl Dawson has been a Plan sponsor most of her adult life — almost 40 years. When she graduated from college, she wanted to help other girls raise their sights in life as she had, especially girls hemmed in by poverty.

 

Sponsor a child today!Sponsor a child today! Child sponsorship supports long-term community development projects that benefit children, their families and communities.