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.
  • First Name: Email:
    Last Name: Phone:
    Street: City:
    Province/State: Postal/Zip Code:
    Donation:One-time gift MonthlyYearly Card Type:
       Card Number:
       Expiration Date:
     
    Mission:
    To donate to a general fund, click here.
    Amount: $100  $200  $300  $500 
    Other (minimum $15)
     
    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- A. M. Boy, Age 16 (Sponsored)


    A and his younger brother G. came to us after spending about a month abandoned by their father, with very little to eat. They arrived with only the clothes on their backs and their birth certificates. We've been able to obtain the other documents they need and get them enrolled in school again. They were super excited to get new school supplies and go back to school. A. is generally calm and enjoys studying. He is very intelligent and is able to help some of the other teens with their homework. Please pray that he will thirst for Biblical knowledge and understanding as much as he does for learning about the world God has created. (Updated March 2022)

    02-A.P. Boy, Age 16

    Info to follow (Updated July 2022)

     03. A. K. Girl, Age 14 (Sponsored)


    A came to us in November of 2021. She was living with her great-grandmother, who had raised her since she was a baby but wasn't feeling able to keep her from going out at night and putting herself at risk. Now the great-grandmother is gravely ill and may actually pass away soon. A has shown a strong interest in the things of the Lord and is being discipled. Please pray that she will feel very loved here and cling to Jesus amidst all she's going through. Pray that she would allow Christ to transform her life, so she can have joy in serving Him. (Updated March 2022)

     04- BGFF, boy, age 14 (Sponsored)


    B. and his younger brother D. were living with both parents, but their father was elderly and had significant health problems. Their mother was not showing responsibility in caring for them, and they were out of school, with B. spending a lot of time in the streets. We’re still trying to understand the whole situation, but the father is now receiving care in a nursing home, and the boys seem to be adapting well at CLM. B.o tends to be bossy with the other boys, but we understand that this comes from him having to be in charge because his parents were not. Please pray that both boys will understand and accept Christ’s love while here, and that if possible, they could be placed with extended family (Updated May 2022)

     05- DFF, Boy, Age 11 (Sponsored)


    D. and his older brother B. were living with both parents, but their father was elderly and had significant health problems. Their mother was not showing responsibility in caring for them, and they were out of school, with B. spending a lot of time in the streets, while D. stayed home watching TV. We’re still trying to understand the whole situation, but the father is now receiving care in a nursing home, and the boys seem to be adapting well at CLM. D. is very calm and cooperative and seems to be very intelligent. Please pray that both boys will understand and accept Christ’s love while here, and that if possible, they could be placed with extended family (Updated May 2022)

    06- F.JL, boy, age 14

    Info to follow (June 2022)

     07. G. M., Boy, Age 14 (Sponsored)


    G and his older brother A. came to us after spending about a month abandoned by their father, with very little to eat. They arrived with only the clothes on their backs and their birth certificates. We've been able to obtain the other documents they need and get them enrolled in school again. They were super excited to get new school supplies and go back to school. G. is very energetic and sometimes need help resolving conflicts with other teens. Please pray for his continued adaptation at CLM and that he would accept the love of Christ. (Updated March 2022)

     08-I.A. Girl, Age 15 (Sponsored)


    I. arrived in March of 2020. She is L.’s younger sister and was removed her home due to abuse she suffered while there. She is generally grateful, helpful, and cooperative. Isabel is in grade 7 and must put forth a lot of effort to keep up. Pray for I’s continued academic and spiritual development and inner healing. Pray for God’s will regarding her future. (Updated March 2022)

     09-J.R., girl, Age 18 (Sponsored)


    J and her daughter A (then 2 years old) came to us in August 2021, transferred from the government group home. J had been running away, putting her child at risk, and the judge wanted to give her another chance before removing her rights. We quickly found out that J has limited intellectual abilities, making it difficult for her to comprehend and remember the caregivers' instructions regarding caring for A. Based on these observations, the judge determined that A would be transferred to the government home for a possible adoption. Several weeks later, J entered a severe depression and became suicidal. At the end of February 2022, she was taken to a psychiatric clinic to receive specialized care. Please pray that this will be a time of breakthroughs in her emotional healing and that she will seek the Lord with all her heart. (Updated March 2022)

     10- L.S, Girl, Age 17 (Sponsored)


    L. arrived at CLM in October 2019. She had been living in an abusive situation with her stepfather, which drove her to the streets. She is now in grade 11 and is a hard-working student. She struggles with many ups and downs emotionally and often seems sad. She is slowly becoming more open to the idea of following Jesus. We trust that the Lord will help us to reach her heart and show her how precious she is. Pray for L’s salvation and that her life can be transformed through the time she spends here. (Updated March 2022)

    11.Y. M., Girl, Age 14

    Y came to us in September 2021, after a failed return to live with her father. She had become involved with alcohol, drugs, and other illegal activities. The first few weeks were complicated as she experienced drug withdrawal and tried to run away several times. She has since learned that it’s very unlikely she’ll be able to return to her family in the near future, and this was very difficult for her. Y. appears to be very intelligent. She is doing well with the diet she is on to reach a healthier weight. We are thankful that she seems to be learning to trust the CLM team members. Please pray that she will understand we are working for her best. Pray that she’ll come to understand God’s great love for her. (Updated March 2022)

     12-Y.S, boy, age 17 (Sponsored)


    Y. came to us in August of 2021 after a stay in drug rehab. About a week after he arrived, he had an appointment with the doctor at that same facility. He took advantage of the opportunity to run away and use drugs again. After another short stay in rehab, he came back to CLM to stay. Y. is quickly realizing he wants change in his life and consistently giving the younger boys wise counsel about avoiding the pitfalls he experienced. He has significant athletic and artistic ability. Please pray that he would continue making wise decisions and that the Lord would give him hope for his future. (Updated March 2022)

     
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