Sponsor a Child in India Today!

Your commitment to support a child provides a much needed lifeline to the children in need.  Global Hope provides care for children at eight different children’s homes in India:  the Kathryn E Larsen Children’s Home (KEL), Esther Girls Home, Hope Girls Home, Hope Boys Home, Prema Girls Home, Daniel Boys Home, Joshua Boys Home and Ruth Girls Home.  The children on this page are only a few of the children from these homes who need a Global Hope godparent, you may choose one of these children or click the “Choose for Me” button and we will gladly assign a godchild to you.

For just $39 a month, you can be an answer to prayer for one of the neediest children in the world by sponsoring a child through the Global Hope Godparent program. We believe the most important gift you give is the love your Godchild will feel when you pray for them and write them letters…maybe even visit them on a Global Hope mission trip!

 
Brundha lives in India at Ruth Girls Home. She was born in September 2013.

Brundha’s dad was an alcoholic who neglected his family and was frequently abusive. He eventually abandoned the family in early 2022 and hasn’t come back since. Brundha’s mom struggled to find a job to support her daughters. When she could no longer adequately feed all of them, she decided to bring Brundha to Ruth Girls Home where she would be well cared for.

Srivani lives in India at Ruth Girls Home. She was born in 2016.

Srivani’s dad worked as a construction worker. During an unfortunate accident in 2020, he fell from a high rise building he was working on and died on the spot. This left the family devastated. Her mom who had never finished education, struggled to find a job to provide for them. Soon the financial debts began to grow and the family was struggling. Eventually a village elder directed them to the Ruth Girls Home

 

Praneethi lives in India at Ruth Girls Home. She was born in 2009.

Praneethi’s father passed away a few years ago due to a terrible liver disease leaving behind his wife and three kids. Praneethi’s mom never had the chance to finish education and struggled to find a job that could provide for all her kids. Soon the family began to fall into debt and severe financial problems. This is when Praneethi’s mom heard about the Ruth girls home and brought her to live where she would be well cared for.

 

Jahnavi lives in India at Ruth Girls Home. She was born in 2015.

Jahnavi’s dad worked as a construction worker. During an unfortunate accident in 2020, he fell from a high rise building he was working on and died on the spot. This left the family devastated. Her mom who had never finished her education, struggled to find a job to provide for them. Soon the financial debts began to grow and the family was struggling. Eventually a village elder directed them to the Ruth Girls Home where Jahnavi will be well cared for.

 

Shanvisri lives in India at Ruth Girls Home. She was born in 2017.

Shanvisri’s dad divorced his wife because she was not able to meet the demand for dowry. He used to drink and harass his wife and children. He eventually abandoned them and married another woman in 2021. When Shanvisri’s mom began struggling to feed and educate her 2 children, she brought Shanvisri to Ruth Girls Home where she will be well cared for.

 

Deepthi lives in India at Ruth Girls Home. She was born in 2011.

Deepthi’s dad was an alcoholic who neglected his family and was often physically abusive. He eventually abandoned the family in early 2022 and hasn’t come back since. Deepthi’s mom struggled to find a job to support her daughters. When she could no longer adequately feed all of them she decided to bring Deepthi to Ruth Girls Home where she would be well cared for.

 

Vaishnavi lives in India at Ruth Girls Home. She was born in 2013.

Vaishnavi’s dad had always struggled with poor health and couldn’t keep a steady job. The family struggled financially. Just before Covid, he had a massive heart attack and passed away. The family had already borrowed a lot of money for his medical treatment and were not in a condition to repay them. Being pursued by their lenders Vaishnavi had to drop out of school and soon her mom could no longer provide for her. This is when she brought her to Ruth Girls Home where she would be well cared for.

 

Ashirya lives in India at Ruth Girls Home. She was born in 2016.

Ashirya’s dad was an alcoholic who often come home drunk and was physically abusive to his wife and children. Because he wasted all his money on alcohol, and wouldn’t find a job or allow his wife to find a job the family struggled financially. Ashirya’s mom decided to take her two children and leave home. She tried hard to find a job to provide for her kids but what she earned could barely put food on the table. Eventually she brought Ashirya to John foundation hoping to give her a safe home and good quality education.

Avanthika lives in India at Ruth Girls Home. She was born in 2015.

Avanthika’s dad had always struggled with poor health. This meant he could not keep a steady job and the family struggled financially. Just before Covid, he had a massive heart attack and passed away. The family had already borrowed a lot of money for his medical treatment and were not in a condition to repay them. Being pursued by their lenders, Avanthika was forced to drop out of school and soon her mom could no longer provide for her. This is when she brought her and her sister Vaishnavi to Ruth Girls Home where they would be well cared for.

Pradeepthi lives in India at Ruth Girls Home. She was born in 2015.

Pradeepthi’s parents often quarrelled and fought over the dowry that her mother had brought to the home. Things got so bad that her in-laws also began to get involved and started to physically harm her mom and her. When she was not able to bring in the dowry money, they asked her to leave the home with the kids. Unable to adequately feed and educate her kids, Pradeepthi’s mom brought her to Ruth Girls Home where she will be well cared for.

Mahalaxmi lives in India at Prema Girls Home. She was born in June 2009.

When Mahalaxi’s father died in 2014 and her mother remarried Mahalaxmi was left on her own. An uncle brought her to live at the girls home.

She loves skipping, reading Bible stories, and being with her friends. Mahalaxmi would like to be a teacher when she grows up!

Madhusree lives in India at Esther Girls Home. She was born in November 2016.

Madhusree’s father died in 2020 of Covid-related complications leaving behind his wife and three children. Madhusree came to live at EGH when her mother could no longer provide for her children. Madhusree enjoys school and especially likes when they play sports. She is happy at EGH and enjoys the Bible stories and games.

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