Jena

I am 10 years old!
I’ve been waiting 231 Days!
ID: 1007

Full Sponsorship: $58/M
Half Sponsorship: $29/M

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اقرا تفاصيل عن الطفل - عربي

Three Siblings in Need of Support to Continue Their Education!

  • Father passed away in 2015, stroke & kidney failure
  • Very low income
  • Janna Hussein Sahib Abboud, 2011
  • Tabarak Hussein Sahib Abboud, 1999 (female)
  • Ali Hussein Saheb Abboud, 1997, would like degree skill trade, would like to finish skill trade, was working in the electrical shop but had back surgery and not currently working
  • Mother can help kids in school.

Janna Hussein Sahib Abboud is 10 years old.  She became orphaned after losing her beloved father to a stroke and kidney failure when she was just 4 years old.  Janna is fortunate enough to reside with her mother and siblings in a home owned by the family.  Janna’s brother had been working to support the family as an electrician in a local shop but was forced to quit after enduring back surgery.  Janna has endured calamity at such a young age.  Her mother seeks assistance in providing for daily needs, in order to keep Janna up to speed with her school work, in hopes of lifting her from the cycle of poverty.  Please sponsor Janna to enable her continued education, changing poverty to prosperity!

Tabarak Hussein Sahib Abboud is 22 years old.  She tragically lost her father to a stroke and kidney failure, when she was 18 years old.  Tabarak is fortunate enough to reside with her mother and siblings in a home owned by the family.  Tabarak’s brother had been working to support the family as an electrician in a local shop but was forced to quit after enduring back surgery.  Tabarak is seeking opportunities to learn skills to be able to contribute to her family’s needs but does not have the financial means.  Tabarak’s mother is seeking assistance to help enable her children to continue their education in order to prevent the cycle of poverty for her children, and in turn, her children can assist others and become contributors to society.

Ali Hussein Saheb Abboud is 24 years old.  He tragically lost his father to a stroke and kidney failure, when he was 20 years old.  Ali is fortunate enough to reside with his mother and siblings in a home owned by the family.  He had been working to support the family as an electrician in a local shop but was forced to quit after enduring back surgery.  He is currently not working but would love the opportunity to earn a degree in a skilled trade and find employment to provide for his mother and siblings.  Ali’s mother is seeking assistance to help enable her children to continue their education in order to prevent the cycle of poverty for her children, and in turn, her children can assist others and become contributors to society.  Sponsoring Ali to enable his education will have a ripple effect of helping so many others!

You can change an orphan child’s life from one of hardship and loneliness to one of hope and meaning. You have the opportunity to literally bring the love of God to a child in need.

Each child has one sponsor, someone like you, who exchanges letters, photos, and provides necessities like food, health care, and educational opportunities.

At ICHope, we say that nurturing an orphan child, connecting that child to someone like you in a child’s life is the most strategic way to make a difference in the life of an orphan child in need.

Change the life of an orphan child in poverty. With your generous donation of only $58 a month, you can sponsor an orphan child in poverty who will receive:

– Medical care

– Food basket

– Education

– Job skills training

– Mentoring and opportunities for personal development

– You may discontinue your child sponsorship at any time. (We will appreciate it if you inform us within at least 2 months before the cancellation, so we can find another sponsor for that child).

Each child deserves a happy and healthy life. Will you give one orphan child that blessing? Will you sponsor an orphan child? Give a child hope for the future and for all eternity. Sponsor a child today