To our friends at First Presbyterian Church of New Canaan – we are thrilled that you have chosen to partner with us as we bring hope and opportunity to 10 students and their families who live in communities surrounding Antigua, Guatemala.
These students’ families are dedicated to the education of their children and though they try their best, some are still unable to afford to send their kids to school. By sponsoring a child, you make it possible for one student to attend school and their whole family to receive health care, housing, and family development support. In turn, you get to know a child and a culture thousands of miles away and gain valuable perspective about what’s important in life.
To sponsor a child, select one of the 10 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. If you want to learn more, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (651) 917-1045. We will guide you through this amazing and rewarding journey. Thank you for your commitment to children and families in need.
Angel DavidMy family has had to move a lot since we don’t own land. We are glad to be with Common Hope so my dad can receive medical help, I can receive education support, and we can receive help from a social worker. I am 11 years old.
Tania GabrielaI live with my parents and sister in a village outside of Antigua. My parents have a 2nd and 3rd grade education and have a hard time finding work. Common Hope has given me the chance to go to school.
Miguel AngelI have been waiting for a sponsor for 5 years. I am 12 years old and studying in 6th grade and will be faced with road blocks as I continue studying. Please help change my life by becoming my sponsor.
Mauro RocaelBeing part of Common Hope’s program not only benefits me, but my family also has access to different programs. I am looking for a sponsor to support me as I study. I am in 3rd grade this year.
Daniela EstephaniaI live with my mom and older sister in the town of San Bartolome. There my mom works as a cashier to help support our small family. I am 6 years old, studying in preschool, and I’m in need of a sponsor.
Delmi AracelyMy parents have very little education and work as farmers. I have to rely on my older siblings to help me with my homework, but I am doing very well in 5th grade. I have passed all of my classes so far.
Luis EduardoBeing 14 years old and the oldest in my family, I will be looked upon to help support my family more. I am in 6th grade this year and would benefit from a sponsor that is willing to encourage me to stay in school.
Angela MelissaI am 12 years old and the youngest in my family. I am in 6th grade this year and I will be going through a big transition next year when I transfer to junior high school. A sponsor would be a great support during this time.
Sandra CarolinaI am studying in 3rd this year, but I will be one of the first in my family to graduate from high school. My parents work hard, but finding a job is often difficult and that is why they turned to Common Hope.
Jarol FranciscoI am studying in preschool this year. In Guatemala preschool precedes 1st grade. I am the only one in my family that is looking for a sponsor and would benefit from the support a sponsor can give.