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We noticed you were looking to sponsor a community. Your support will not only change the life of a child, but an entire community.

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Last time you were here, you were looking to help vulnerable children and families. Your support can save and change lives.

You're about to build a brighter future for Simon, 6 years old, and his community in Kenya.

Please select your sponsorship level for Simon

* For an extra $10 a month, you can elect to give a gift to your child's community. This gift will go towards large scale projects, such as a well or a school, that will benefit all children in your sponsored child's community. To give a gift to your child's community simply change your selected option above to "Sponsorship Plus More".

Sponsor Simon

Life in Kenya

Simon is a cheerful young boy from Samburu county in the northern part of Kenya. He lives together with his parents, one brother and two sisters. The family is sheltered in a temporary traditional hut built with posts and cement with no proper sanitation facility. The family source of water is from a community water pan. The water point is not protected hence risking them transmitted with water-related diseases. The family depends on the selling of charcoals for sale as their main source of income; they supplement their income by growing of food crops in their quarter-acre land especially during the rainy season. Their annual income is below 250 US dollars, this barely meets the family basic needs. Due to his vulnerability, Simon was selected for enrollment.Simon attends alimentary school. He enjoys playing with toys which are made with polythene papers. Your kind support will put a smile on the face of this promising young star.

Sponsor Simon

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