Sponsor a Child

The Emoyeni Mission is proud to be partnered with Children’s Cup in providing sponsorship opportunities for children in the communities we serve. Children from our Care Points in Emanzana / Badplaas (community 202) and Sinethemba (community 203A) have been enrolled in the Children’s Cup program, and are ready to be sponsored immediately.

We encourage you to browse through the Children’s Cup Child Sponsorship program by clicking on the link below. Please note that you will be directed away from our site. Also, please be sure to select COMMUNITY 202 or COMMUNITY 203.

‘A child comes to a CarePoint looking for food, and through the course of time, the child not only finds food and care, he also finds hope, and begins to dream of a future filled with hope. And as we invest in him the training he needs, he is even more inspired to see those dreams come true, he begins to see his world changing. He begins to be the change in his world.’    –  ChildrensCup.org

“We don’t have a cure for AIDS or a financial solution to eliminate all poverty, but what we do have is a cure for hopelessness. His name is Jesus.” – Ben Rodgers, Children’s Cup Executive Director

Learn more at the Children’s Cup website.


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