Thank you for choosing to sponsor a child through Common Hope. We invite you to partner with us as you select one of the children featured below and help them achieve their dreams. When you sponsor a child, you do more than support the child’s education. You provide their whole family with the resources they need to create a brighter future. In turn, you will have the opportunity to build a relationship with a single child and their family, even though they live thousands of miles away. Learn what life is like in a developing country and see how you can make a difference for a family in need.
To complete your sponsorship, select one of the 15 children featured below and let us know whether you want to serve as sole sponsor at $60 per month or share the sponsorship with another at $30 per month. Simply hover over the child’s picture to learn more about them, and then click to fill out the sponsorship form. To speak to someone in person feel free to contact us at (651) 917-1045 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We will guide you through this rewarding and heartwarming journey. Thank you for your commitment to children and families in need.
Wendy YeseniaI am 5 years old and just started kindergarten. I have 5 older siblings and a little sister. Our family lives in San Rafael. My mother only finished 2nd grade. I like school and want to go school for as long as I can.
Adolfo LuisI am 10 years old and repeating 3rd grade this year. I’m the oldest child, so I feel pressure to help my parents work in the field instead of doing schoolwork. With Common Hope’s help, I hope to pass 3rd grade this year.
Rosa LindaI am 11 years old and in 6th grade. My parents are farmers and support us 5 kids by growing corn and black beans. Graduating from 6th grade is a big deal in my community of San Rafael.
CristobalI am 10 years old and studying 3rd grade this year. My family lives in San Rafael. I am the oldest child in the family, so my 4 siblings look up to me and watch my example. When I’m not in school, I help my dad with farming.
Axel SantiagoI am 5 years old and in kindergarten this year. My parents, 2 sisters, 2 brothers, and I live in San Miguel Milpas Altas. Sometimes I help my dad grow black beans and corn. I am happy to be in school this year.
Dennis SaúlI am 9 years old and in 4th grade. This year, 2 of my siblings will graduate and 1 more will graduate after that. Even though I’m the youngest of 5 kids, I believe I can achieve just as much as they have.
Miguel AngelI am 8 and in 1st grade this year. I am the youngest of 4 siblings, and I am happy to be in school. I’m glad that Common Hope has a homework center so I can get my school work done.
Karen YanetI am 9 years old and in 2nd grade. It’s hard for my mother to raise the 4 of us girls by herself, so we are glad to have help from Common Hope. I am happy to be starting a new school year.
Jennifer BriceidaAt 12 years old and in 7th grade, I’ve made it over a few hurdles toward getting an education. My family is committed to education and my brother is going to graduate, so I have high hopes for my future.
María de los AngelesI am 9 years old and in 3rd grade. My sister is in 9th grade and my brother will graduate with a high school career in accounting. They are good role models and I want to be just like them.
Jonathan MiguelI am 8 years old and studying in 1st grade this year in San Miguel Milpas Altas. Learning how to read is fun, especially when Common Hope’s reading promoter comes into class.
Ileana AngélicaI am 5 years old and studying preschool in the town of San Miguel Milpas Altas. I am happy to begin learning new things. My 3 older sisters are good examples to me to stay in school.
Anderson GabrielI am 12 years old and in the 6th grade. At this age, it is tempting to quit school to help my dad in the field, but I’m doing well in my classes and I have a lot of support to stick with it.
Dulce MariaI am 8 years old and in 3rd grade. Many girls in my village of San Rafael don’t stay in school after the 6th grade, but things are changing. I want to work hard in school so I can beat the odds.
Jose PabloI’m 5 and just started kindergarten. My family of 10 lives in the village of San Rafael. We help our father farm beans, corn, and other vegetables. I can’t wait to learn how to read and write.