Sponsor a Child

Thank you for choosing to sponsor a child. These donations pay for tuition costs for the students at each school or the care of the children at each home. Yearly updates on the children will be provided to each sponsor as much as possible.

If you are interested in fully sponsoring a child at a home or a student at a school, please contact Anita Mohan for specific details.

One time donations are accepted. Monthly donations are as follows:
  • Partial sponsorships are accepted (even $5, $10 or $20)
  • Recommended amount is $70/month for full Paraguay School Sponsorship or partial home sponsorship and $40/month for Zambia Harmony School.
  • Credit card donations are processed in Canadian funds.
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    Due to privacy concerns, ACCMBC will not post any pictures of the CLM children on our website. Once a child is sponsored, a picture will be forwarded to the donor.
     
    Please choose a child to sponsor from the list below:
    01- D. Oliveira, boy, Boy, Age 18

    C. has been at CLM since September of 2012, and his brother S. arrived a few months later. Their mother was having a difficult time protecting them from their adult brothers who were involved in dangerous illegal activities. She also needed to start treatment for cancer and had nobody to take care of the boys while she was in treatment. They are now free for adoption. C. is currently in the 11th grade. When we was at CLM Turvo he was working as an apprentice to a mechanic and was using part of his income to buy food for his mother. He has a strong desire to become independent and be able to help her in the future. Please pray that he will continue to plan wisely for his future. Pray that with the move to CLM Entre Rios, we will be able to provide adequate job training and experience for him. (Updated March 2017) D. is G.'s younger brother and is from here in Entre Rios. They come from an abusive and dysfunctional family. D. has seen and been exposed to lots of very negative language and activities in his life. When he arrived, his behavior was very inappropriate at home and at school, but that is slowly changing as he comes to understand that he is loved. D.is in the 3rd grade and has significant learning difficulties. He receives special help at school and at home to help him progress. Pray for his continued growth and development and for healing of his deep woundedness. Pray that he would understand the deep love of Jesus for him. (Updated March 2018)

    02 - E. Correa, Boy, Age 14

    E. & E. are brothers who arrived at CLM in November 2015, along with their older sister, who left CLM a short time later. The boys had been through a lot, often having to leave the house and sleep on the streets to escape the violence of their alcoholic father. They came from a rural area and adapted well at CLM, since they had already learned to enjoy hard work on a farm. E. is in the 6th grade and is a good student. E. has committed his life to the Lord and has been baptized. He is extremely polite and well behaved. Please pray that he will continue to seek the Lord with all his heart and that the teenage years and pressures at school will not be able to sway his resolve to do what pleases the Lord. (Updated March 2018)

    03-E. S. Correa, Boy, Age 17

    E. & and E. are brothers who arrived at CLM in November 2015, along with their older sister, who left CLM a short time later. The boys had been through a lot, often having to leave the house and sleep on the streets to escape the violence of their alcoholic father. They came from a rural area and adapted well at CLM, since they had already learned to enjoy hard work on a farm. When E. arrived at CLM, he was very angry and this caused him significant problems, but by the grace of God, he is learning to control his anger. He has committed his life to the Lord and has been baptized. E. also needs prayer as he faces all the normal pressures of being a teenager. Please pray that he will continue to seek the Lord and that his past hurts and pressures at school will not be able to sway his resolve to do what pleases the Lord. E. was far behind in school due to missing so much school before arriving at CLM, but he was able to take a special test last year that enabled him to skip two grades, and he is now in the first year of three years of high school but is a very capable student. Pray for his professional development, as he is participating in the youth work program at the Agraria (local agricultural coop). (Updated March 2018)

    04 - G. Oliveira, Girl, Age 9

    G. is D.'s older sister and is from here in Entre Rios. They come from an abusive and dysfunctional family. They have seen and been exposed to lots of very negative language and activities in their lives. In the beginning, this would come out in G.'s behavior through verbal or physical aggression, and sometimes shutting herself off from others and refuses to interact. But she has made good progress in response to the love and limits at CLM, and she is usually happy and cooperative. G/ is repeating the 3rd grade after having significant difficulties last year. She is receiving extra help at school, at CLM and through a program outside CLM as well. Pray for her continued growth and development and for healing of past traumas. Pray that she would feel the deep love of Jesus for her. (Updated March 2018)

    05- I.Ribeiro, Girl, Age 9

    I. came to CLM in 2015 with her older half-sister, M.E., who had suffered abuse by a family member. The offender is in prison now and I.'s mother has also been sentenced to house arrest for not intervening when she knew what was happening. Although her mother's penalty will be accomplished outside of prison, it is not likely that she will get her daughters back. I. is in the 4th grade and has difficulty paying attention to do her work. She is receiving extra learning help at CLM and outside of CLM. I. is a good singer and talented in expressing herself verbally. Please pray that God would help I. understand His plans for her and that she would continue to use her talents to His glory. (Updated March 2018)

    06 – L. Santos, Boy, Age 16

    L. came to CLM with his brother, CD., in 2012 when their mother was dying of cancer. The idea was that when she died, they would return to their aunt who was taking care of their mother. However after the mother died, that did not happen. None of their relatives want to take responsibility for them. L. is in the first year of three years of high school and is a very good student. Competition is very healthy for him, whether in sports or in his studies. He takes drum lessons and plays with the praise team at church. L.'s brother, Carlos, turned 18 in 2017 and decided to leave CLM at the beginning of 2018. Please pray for L. as he adjusts to being without his brother. Pray that he would continue to understand more deeply the love of the Heavenly Father. (Updated March 2018)

     07– M.E. Machado , Girl, Age 15 (Sponsored)


    M.E. came to CLM in 2015 with her younger half-sister I,, due to abuse by a family member. The offender is in prison now and M.E.'s mother has also been sentenced to house arrest for not intervening when she knew what was happening. The courts are in the process of removing the parents’ rights. M.E. is a very beautiful and sweet girl with a meek spirit. She is in the 8th grade and likes to help others in any way she can. She hopes to take a test this year that will allow her to advance a grade based on her knowledge. Pray for M.E., that she would understand the Lord's love for her in a very real way and that she will continue to stand up for what is right even with the pressures of the teen years. (Updated March 2018)

    08- M. Voncik, Girl, Age 13

    M. arrived at CLM in March 2018. She was not unfamiliar with CLM, having lived at CLM Turvo and CLM Entre Rios in the past. When M was 7 years old, she was free for adoption and was at that time adopted by a widow. Six years later, her mother died and Leticia was brought back to CLM. She has some complicated physical and mental problems. Her vision continues to be extremely limited and she takes several medications due to mental health issues. Leticia is emotionally very needy and at times demonstrates inappropriate behavior for her age. We are trying to understand how to best work with her and meet her needs. She is living in C and T’s house with the other older girls. Please pray for an eye surgery she needs that has been tentatively scheduled for June. (Updated May 2018)

    09 - P. Nunes, Boy, Age 11

    P. and his youngest brother, Israel, arrived in July 2017. Their other brother, I., arrived in September. Their mother had abandoned the family and their father would send the two older boys to the streets to beg. If they came home with little or nothing, they were guaranteed a severe beating. They discovered that the streets were safer than home and were spending more and more time there. P. is changing significantly in response to the love and limits he has encountered at CLM, but is still in need of much prayer. Please pray for P.'s healing from his traumas and that he will learn to live a life of peace instead of acting out the violence he experienced. Pray for development of his talents, especially in the area of music. (Updated March 2018)

    10 - P. Matias, Girl, Age 17

    P. came to CLM at the end of 2017. Both her mother and father have mental problems, and her father is an alcoholic. When P. was born, her mother tried to kill her several times. As an infant, P. was removed from her parents and stayed in the government group home until 4 years of age. At that point, she was returned to her parents. As an teenager, she got pregnant and had a baby boy. However, she was not prepared to care of him, and he was removed from her. He is probably about 2 years old today and shows signs of autism. After P.'s son was removed from her, she was brought to CLM. She shows signs of mental problems and takes medication. She has not yet finished middle school and is taking classes at night to complete a few subjects at a time. We ask for your prayers for P. and also for her caregivers, C. & T., for much wisdom. Pray for her protection and understanding of God's loving care for her. Pray that she would be able to progress in school and feel that she is capable. (Updated March 2018)

     11 - S. Oliveria, Boy, Age 16 (Sponsored)


    S. arrived at CLM in November of 2012, shortly after his brother C. Their mother was having a difficult time protecting them from their adult brothers who were involved in dangerous illegal activities. She also needed to start treatment for cancer and had nobody to take care of the boys while she was in treatment. They are now free for adoption, but there is little hope of adoption at this point due to their age. S. has had a lot of difficulty in school during the last few years and has repeated a few grades. He has not yet finished middle school and is taking classes at night to complete a few subjects at a time. Please pray for his progress in his education and God's direction for a future profession. He is taking a course in the afternoons that will help prepare him for work in agriculture, as well as taking guitar lessons. Please pray for S.'s adjustment as his older brother C. just turned 18 and is away from CLM more due to working and getting his driver's license. Pray that S. could find his own identity apart from his brother and choose to do what is right even without his brother constantly beside him. Pray for understanding of God's love for him and desire to serve the Lord. (Updated March 2018)

     12 – S. Amaral, Girl, Age 15 (Sponsored)


    S. (then called G.) came to CLM at the age of 9 months with her older siblings A., F., L. & R. When CLM Turvo was reopened, G. was one of the 5 children that were transferred there. After two failed adoption attempts, she was sent to the government group home where she was having a very difficult time adjusting. At her request, she returned to CLM Entre Rios in April 2015. S. is often emotionally unstable and has a great desire to be with her siblings; but at this point none of them is able to take responsibility for her. Pray that she could understand the importance of accepting that she needs to stay at CLM for now. In February of 2018, she was able to return to having violin lessons for the first time since she came from the government group home. She was very happy to have this opportunity and is also doing well in school. Please pray for healing of all of her traumas and pray that she will find in Jesus a safe haven of love that never changes and never gives up on her. (Updated March 2018)

    13 - V. Goes, Girl, Age 15

    V. came to CLM in October of 2017 and seems to be adapting well. She is from here in the colony, but had spent the previous month in the government home in Guarapuava. She was happy to be able to return to the same school where she was studying before that. V. has a complicated life story, but she is very friendly and affectionate to all at CLM. She is starting to understand that God's plans for her are very different from what she learned was normal during the first 14 years of her life. V.is taking a Spanish class and violin lessons and is a good helper to her caregiver at home. Please pray that V. would continue to have a heart to learn about God's love and His plan for her life. (Updated March 2018)