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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 $35/month for Zambia Harmony School.
  • Credit card donations are processed in Canadian funds.
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Please choose a child to sponsor from the list below:
1-A. Lopes da Luz, Girl, Age 7 (Entre Rios)

A. came to CLM in 2014 with 8 siblings and two nephews. Some of her siblings returned home for a while, but then the 4 youngest were once again taken away from the parents and are in the government home. A. is a happy little girl and brings joy to those around her. She is cooperative and helpful at home. It seems she has overcome the health problems she suffered due to inadequate care in her early years, and she no longer needs speech therapy as of the end of 2016. A. is currently in the 3rd grade and is still learning to read. Please pray for her continued progress in school, that she may reach her full God-given potential. Please pray for her continued spiritual and physical development, as well as healing of past traumas. (Updated March 2017)

 2-C. Oliveira, Boy, Age 16 (Entre Rios) (Sponsored)


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)

 3-E. S. Correa, Boy, Age 12 (Entre Rios) (Sponsored)


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. E. is in the 5th grade, quite behind in school due to missing so many days before coming to CLM. He seems to be intelligent and dedicated in his studies; pray that he will continue to do well in school. E. has committed his life to the Lord and requested baptism. He is extremely polite and well behaved. Please pray that he will continue to seek the Lord with all his heart and that the coming teenage years and pressures at school will not be able to sway his resolve to do what pleases the Lord. (Updated March 2017)

4-E. S. Correa, Boy, Age 16 (Entre Rios)

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 at times caused property damage, but by the grace of God, he is learning to control his anger. He has committed his life to the Lord and requested baptism. 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. is only in the 7th grade due to missing so much school before arriving at CLM but is a very capable student. He is studying to take a test that would allow him to skip a grade to finish his studies sooner. Pray for his professional development, as he is taking a course in auto mechanics. (Updated March 2017)

 5-L. Almeida, Boy, Age 14 (Entre Rios) (Sponsored)


L. is the third of a group of four siblings that came to CLM in 2007. His two older half-siblings G. and P. went to live with an uncle a few years ago, and his younger brother D. was adopted in 2012. Lucas is in the 8th grade. He has ADHD and was quite oppositional during most of his time at CLM Entre Rios. During his time at CLM Turvo, he learned to enjoy sports and youth group activities. He lost weight and came to feel much better about himself and his life in general. Please pray that with the move back to CLM Entre Rios, he will continue to find his stability in God and truly believe he has a purpose in life. Pray that he will continue dreaming about a better future. Pray that Lord would bring about healing in L’s life and allow him to develop his God-given talents and abilities. (Updated March 2017)

6-M.E. Machado, Girl, Age 14 (Entre Rios)

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 7th grade and likes to help others in any way she can. 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 June 2017)

 7-S. Oliveria, Boy, Age 13 (Entre Rios) (Sponsored)


S Samuel 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. S. is currently repeating sixth grade. Please pray that he will have a better year this school year and that he will be motivated to do his best. Please pray for healing from all the past trauma he has. Pray that he would continue to be willing to accept help in all areas of his life. (Updated March 2017)

 8-S. Soares, Girl, Age 16, (Entre Rios) (Sponsored)


S. arrived at CLM Turvo in April 2011. She stayed at CLM Entre Rios until December 2011, when she went to live with an aunt. When that didn't work out, she returned CLM Entre Rios in July of 2012. She is currently studying in the 11th grade. She spent last year in the Agraria's youth work program. When it ended she started looking for work elsewhere. S. lives with the other teenage girls, supervised by T. and C. S. shows resistance to spiritual things, sometimes outright rejecting them. Pray that S. would allow the Lord to dig into the deepest parts of her to heal and cleanse her of the deep pain she holds inside. Pray that she would desire Christ and learn to enjoy following godly principles even in the midst of negative peer pressure. Please pray that God's will be done in S.’s life and that she would continue to understand more of the Father's unchanging love for her. (Updated March 2017)

9-S. do Amaral, Girl, Age 13 (Entre Rios)

S. (then called G) came to CLM at the age of 9 months with her older siblings A., F., L. and 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. 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 2017)