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Become A Sponsor, Impact A Generation

Sponsor a Salvation Army child-centered program and create lasting change for children and communities.

Become A Sponsor

The future of our world depends on the next generation having the support they need to reach their full potential. Today, 1 out of 11 primary-school aged children around the world do not attend school and 1 out of 6 children in developing countries suffers from malnutrition.

Your sponsorship changes these statistics.

A $25 per month sponsorship of a Salvation Army Children's Home, School, or Community Center provides a strong foundation for children living in poverty around the globe to reach their fullest potential by providing access to nutritious food, medical support, a safe environment, education & spiritual development. Strong children create strong communities, building a better world for everyone. 

The Greatest Need right now is

Reading Rooms for Rural Children in Indonesia

Meet the Need

Making A Global Impact.

Since the beginning of Salvation Army history, advocating for the rights of children has been an integral part of our ministry. Now with over 150 years of serving those with the greatest needs, The Salvation Army operates thousands of children's homes, schools, and child development centers in the most impoverished communities around the globe. The Salvation Army's sponsorship program provides the opportunity for sponsors to be part of creating lasting change for the children and communities we serve.

Our Global Mission

Our Vision

Motivated by the love of God, The Salvation Army's Sponsorship Program aims to ensure the holistic development of children. By demonstrating God's love in action, every child will be loved and valued and given the opportunity to reach their full potential and contribute back to their families and communities.

Who Are the Children We Serve?

Around the world, thousands of children receive care and support in Salvation Army Children's Homes, Schools, and Community Centers. Coming from situations of abuse, addiction, poverty, and trafficking, their lives have been redeemed from harsh circumstances and hope for better futures have been instilled.