We’ve been having babies every n years, so last month our kids were excitedly speculating about whether a baby would come out of my unpregnant belly.
I’m done having babies. I feel complete with how our family turned out – with Yoachim, Tyler, and angel Sofia. So instead of making that kind of announcement, let me make another one.
Meet our (sponsored) child, Marcelino! He lives in one of the World Vision communities in Cebu. 🙂
More than a decade ago I used to reject the mails that came in, inviting me to sponsor a child for less than a cup of coffee daily. I preferred anonymous donations. I didn’t want to be emotionally attached and commit to sponsoring a child.
Well last April, I finally opened my heart and easily got Nhatz’s agreement to sponsor a child. I’m happy that we did. 🙂
Our money gets pooled with that from other sponsors to strengthen the community that the child lives in. They get access to clean water, nutritious food, healthcare, education, economic opportunities, and more.
Click here to learn more about child sponsorship through World Vision.
Click here to sponsor a child in the Philippines. Don’t worry if you have to back out at some point, the child won’t be left hanging because the donations are pooled for the community.
Still got commitment issues? Click here to donate where most needed or explore other one-time donation options such as donating a goat! Hey, it’s a good source of nutritious dairy products, both for consumption and sale. 😉