School Begins Soon!

Syrian & Iraqi Refugee Child Sponsorship Program:

160 Precious
Children Sponsored!

Yosif, Rita and their parents have moved back to their home village just east of Mosul. After living in a refugee camp for almost three years, they heard the government was closing their camp and packed up. Like the other kids in their neighborhood, Rita and Yosif are on summer break, but soon they and many other children in this town will begin a new school year. While they look forward to it, these kids struggle with PTSD from the war with ISIS and tough adjustments since they lost everything and fled their homes.

This is where you, our sponsors are making such a difference; when these kids and their parents register into our program, excitement runs high because they know someone will be sponsoring and praying for them. If you can believe this…the kids are just happy to know their sponsor will be THINKING about them!

The monthly sponsorship you share really helps! The food packets, visits, meetings and biblical teaching all mean someone cares. With school beginning soon, please consider an extra gift for your child to ensure he or she has a backpack (with school supplies inside), school uniform, socks and shoes. You can help your child with first-day-of-school-jitters and get them off to a successful new school year.

Would you like to sponsor one of these precious kids today? Stop by our website and on the right click “Sponsor a Child.” For $39/month you can greatly help a child, $78 for two and $117 for three!


Help your sponsored child get ready for school!

School Uniform:  $45

Shoes and Socks:  $20

Backpack: $18


Welcome New Sponsors!  We’re excited you are part of this growing community of IM Friends who are putting their hearts of love into action. Thank you!  Help more kids with the Gospel; we’d love to share in your church effective ways to impact lives.

If you have questions on your sponsorship, Sarah will be happy to assist you at 719-302-3028.


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