Be a Child’s First Sponsor!
This September, we welcomed 34 new Ethiopian children into our program! The change that we’ve witnessed in the first 20 children from 2021 has been incredible and inspiring, and we have high hopes for the newest 34 children who just joined our ministry.
During the first group meeting, children and their guardians met together to kick off the year and receive their school supplies. Many of these children have never attended school before, so there was a mixture of excitement and nervousness at the unknown. But the first year children have been so welcoming and encouraging to the new kids.
Additionally, the first year mothers and guardians have already welcomed and encouraged the new guardians, assuring them that PATH has been a huge benefit and help in their own lives and in the lives of their children.
Below are some photos of that first meeting, along with distribution of supplies like quality shoes, backpacks, lunch boxes, uniforms, notebooks, pens, pencils, erasers and pencil sharpeners.
These children come from extreme poverty, some living in shacks or homemade tents along the roadsides, so to have new clothing, shoes and precious school supplies is a dream come true!
All 34 children are in need of a sponsor, would you consider becoming the very first sponsor one of these precious children ever have? Visit our website to learn more about the kids and see photos.
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