Why sponsors a child?
“It takes a village to raise a child” is an African proverb that means that an entire community of people must provide for and interact positively with children for those children to experience and grow in a safe and healthy environment. At African Revival Fellowship, our Child Sponsorship Program is built around that African proverb; raise a child, it takes their family, teachers, leaders, and other community members. Through our Child Sponsorship Program, we are helping to educate and feed a healthy kid one at a time thus a health community in Togo. Sponsoring a child is a personal way to show God’s love to a child in need. For $39 a month, you’ll help that child and their family to stand tall, free from poverty.
Why sponsor a child through ARF?
Sponsoring a child through thru the African Revival Fellowship is unique because we use a holistic approach that looks at all the things that prevent children from surviving and thriving in their community. We work with community leaders, educators, and family members to identify the needs of the child in the community.
Where can I sponsor a child?
We work mainly in West Africa, Togo where we have local staff in our sponsored child communities.
How much does it cost to sponsor a child?
Child sponsorship with African Revival Fellowship costs $39 per month. Your monthly gift helps bring essentials like clean water, nutrition, education, basic healthcare, and hope to your sponsored child and the community and other vulnerable children.
Can I exchange or contact my sponsored a child?
You can exchange letters and photos, and even visit your sponsored child. We have local staff in our sponsored communities that can coordinate your visit.
How do I sponsor a child?
When you sponsor a child, you can build a relationship with your child through letters and photos. You will receive letter from your sponsored child twice a year (Beginning of school years and the end of the school years. Join in the journey with these children and their communities by sponsoring a child today.