Open your heart ~ Sponsor a child!

Opening your heart to a sponsor child, can enrich your life and be a rewarding experience. The children here are in great need of love, care, and stability.  Typically they have lost a parent or their family of origin is in crisis.  Your kindness can bring a feeling of belonging to a family, improve self-esteem, and bring hope into situations that may otherwise appear hopeless. This relationship is very special and important to your child. Your letters, photos, and other communications will become treasured keepsakes.  You may even decide to visit one day!

Cristobal P.

Cristobal is 9 years old.  He and his younger sister Andrea came to live with relatives after being orphaned in Haiti.  His favorite sport is soccer – called fútbol in the D.R.

Preojina C.

Preojina is 11 years old.  She likes to be called by her nickname, Jina.  When her mom died, she moved in with her Aunt and Cousins.  Prior to this year, Jina never attended school, so being part of Love Unconditional is life-changing for her.

Jose V.

Jose is 7 years old.  He lives currently lives with his Grandmother and cousins.  His Grandmother is teaching him to help out with chores.  Jose tells us he wants to be an engineer when he grows up!

Andrea J.

Andrea is 6 years old.  She and her older brother Cristobal came to live with relatives after being orphaned in Haiti.  She likes to play with dolls and pretend to be a nurse.

Wildanise M.

Wildanise is 8 years old.  She and her sister Christela have lived with relatives since their mother passed away.  At home, Wildanise helps with cooking.  She would like to be a doctor someday.

Sponsor a Child is a monthly giving campaign of $60 per month.

Children waiting for sponsorship are in need of extra care. Typically they have lost parents to death or abandonment or their family of origin is in crisis. These children are enrolled in Love Unconditional’s year-round partnership programs giving them access to life-giving services.  To get started, email, or donate online and include a waiting child’s name in the memo section.