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!
Varshitha lives in India at Hope Girls Home. She was born in 2013.
Varshitha loves living with the other girls at Hope Girls Home. She is a good student, she likes being in school, but says she doesn’t like taking tests! In her free time Varshitha enjoys playing kho kho, dancing, reading and playing with her friends. She wants to be a teacher when she grows up.
Noel lives in India at Joshua Boys Home. He was born in 2011.
After Noel’s father had a stroke in 2016 his mom couldn’t provide for Noel and brought him to live at Joshua Boys Home. In his free time Noel enjoys all kinds of arts and crafts and music. He wants to learn how to play musical instruments. He is very happy living at Joshua Boys Home and is thankful for all the good food that he has there.
Ajay lives in India at Joshua Boys Home. He was born in 2012.
After Ajay’s father left the family his mother couldn’t afford to care for her children and brought Ajay to Joshua Boys Home. He is doing well in school where his favorite subject is math. In his free time he loves to play cricket and volleyball with his friends. He wants to be a professional cricket player when he grows up.
Manikanta lives in India at Daniel Boys Home. He was born in 2011.
After Manikanta’s father passed away in early 2022 his mom had struggled to find work, she eventually found a job but didn’t earn enough to provide for her children and brought Manikanta to live at DBH. He is an excellent student who loves reading and drawing. He also loves to sing and wants to join the worship team at church. Manikanta wants to be a professional singer when he grows up.
Patrik lives in India at Daniel Boys Home. He was born in 2014.
When Patrik’s parents separated, Patrik was left in the care of his grandparents. However his grandparents live in extreme poverty and could not provide for Patrik’s needs. He is happy to live at Daniel Boys Home where he has 9 instant brothers. He is receiving an excellent education and his house mom provides a loving home for all the boys in her care. In his free time he loves to draw. He wants to be a police officer when he grows up.
Sreenija lives in India at Esther Girls Home. She was born in 2014.
Sreenija is in the 2nd grade at Johns Academy. Her favorite subject is science. Her dream is to become a “children’s doctor” when she grows up. Sreenija moved into Esther Girls Home in August 2023 and is settling in well, she loves living with all the other girls who are becoming like sisters to her.
Prajvalitha lives in India at Esther Girls Home. She was born in 2014.
Prajvalitha’s mom left home and didn’t return, Prajvalitha’s dad struggled look after his kids. Grandparents tried but didn’t have the resources to provide for Prajvalitha, and brought her to live at Esther Girls Home. Prajvalitha enjoys school and wants to be a doctor when she grows up. She loves to run and compete in racing competitions at school.
Lasya lives in India at Prema Girls Home. She was born in 2012.
After Lasya’s father was killed in 2013 her grandmother looked after her but she has health issues as she gets older and can no longer care for Lasya. Lasya is happy at Prema Girls home, she is in the 6th grade and her favorite subject is math. In her free time Lasya loves to paint. She wants to be a doctor when she grows up!
Vaishali lives in India at Prema Girls Home. She was born in 2015.
Vaishali is an excellent student, she loves being in school and does well in all subjects. Her favorite things to do are read and write. Vaishali also loves singing and dancing and in her free time likes to perform dances with the girls in her house. She wants to be a teacher when she grows up.
Rema lives in India at Prema Girls Home. She was born in 2012.
After the death of Rema’s father in 2022 the financial situation of the family got so bad that there were days when there wasn’t enough food for Rema and her mother, so Rema came to live at Prema Girls Home. Rema loves to sing and play all kinds of sports. She is a good student, her favorite subject is science. She wants to be a doctor someday.
Pushpa lives in India at Prema Girls Home. She was born in 2012.
After Pushpa’s father left the family her mother was unable the feed and educate her 3 children. She brought Pushpa to Prema Girls Home where she is safe and well cared for and receiving an excellent education. Pushpa loves drawing and painting. She would like to be an IAS officer when she grows up.
Nandhini lives in India at Ruth Girls Home. She was born in 2013.
Nandhini and her sister live at Ruth Girls Home, their mother couldn’t afford to provide for them after her husband abandoned the family. Nandhini enjoys singing and dancing with the other girls in the house and playing all sorts of games with them. Her dream is to go to the U.S.A. and become a software engineer.
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