You can “SPONSOR A CHILD”
You are invited to sponsor one or more of the children living at the Children’s Care Center (HIV/AIDS orphanage) at the ServeTrust Center, and thereby become more personally connected to Leena’s ministry with the abandoned and destitute children whom she is called by her faith to serve.
One of the horrific consequences of HIV/AIDS is that many children, themselves HIV positive, have become orphans. Some are able to live with relatives, but too many times, they are mistreated and abandoned. When Leena discovered such a child chained to a tree, she was inspired to begin a rescue mission for abandoned children with HIV/AIDS. Leena saw a need and opened her arms in faith and love to meet the need. The Children’s Care Center was opened in December 2006 and typically houses around 20 children.
Many of the children living at the Center have been there for most of their lives. It provides a safe home with provisions for nutrition, clothing, education and health care all of which are wrapped in the care of a loving community. Initially their life expectancy was three years, but with the care they receive and improving treatment options with new antiretroviral (ARV) drugs available through the Indian Government, they are increasingly healthy and for the first time have hope for a future beyond illness and death.
What you can do
We invite you to become more personally involved in Leena’s ministry and “adopt” (sponsor) one or more of these precious children.
As a sponsor of a child you will provide hope, dignity, and joy by covering the cost for their care. Sponsorship is simple: you underwrite a child’s expenses for only $60.00 a month and make a covenant to pray for them. You will receive a picture and profile of the child you sponsor.
Please consider entering our “Circle of Care” for these children, two of whom are highlighted below. If you are interested, please write to the program coordinator, Robert Whitten, by clicking here: firstname.lastname@example.org
It is almost impossible not to want to get to know these children.