Saturday, January 9, 2010

"KIND HEARTS" KIDS ARE BEING MATCHED WITH SPONSORS!!!!



The children pictured above are just a few of the precious kids that have not yet been matched with a sponsor family.


Profiles on each of the kids at Kind Hearts care-point in Ethiopia are here and we are matching children with their sponsor families!!! I have contacted all committed sponsors by email (about 40 kids have already been matched with a family and sponsors have the information) - so if you are a committed sponsor, please check your email and contact me right away at kjwistrom@yahoo.com


If you are still considering sponsorship, please email me with any questions.


Just to give you a small glimpse of what has been happening today ...

The children pictured below have been matched with a sponsor family. Within the next month, the kids at Kind Hearts care-point in Ethiopia will no longer wonder if they will have a meal that day. They will no longer go to bed hungry. No longer linger with a cough that turns into pneumonia, with no doctor or medicine to help them recover. No longer dream about going to school so they can have a chance to get out of the poverty they were born into. No longer wonder if anyone in the world loves them or cares for them enough to reach out a hand and demonstrate it ....



Dokimes (above) has lost both parents, but he now has a sponsor family in America (sponsored by J & B).



Megertu (above) is also a double-orphan, meaning she has lost both parents, and now has a sponsor family (sponsored by J & G).



Mekdies (above) is a single-orphan (has lost one parent) and now has a sponsor family (sponsored by K & J).



Temesgen (above) is living with relatives in extreme poverty and now has a sponsor family (sponsored by A & V).


Habitamu (above) is living with relatives but because of extreme poverty, they are unable to provide for him. He now has a sponsor family in America (sponsored by K & B).



And this sweet child (above), who became my little shadow when I visited Kind Hearts last month, is being sponsored by my family. I thought Mulunesh was a little boy because of the closely cropped hair (due to lice) only to discover that SHE is a precious little girl. She has lost one of her parents, but now she has a family in America to come alongside her and her parent.