Thrive for 5 - $35


Click on the child’s picture to see more information on each child. Once “Sponsor Today” button is clicked, an email will be sent to your inbox with payment instructions. Payment can be done via a secure online payments or physical check – click “Sponsor Today” button first to receive instructions. If you are already sponsoring a child, please login to view your child and personal information.


  1. Amber Sneller says:

    I sponsored Widnelson Joseph last year. If needed, I would like to sponsor him again, but I am not finding any updated information or a link to sponsor him again. If anyone viewing this sight knows more information, then would you please email me at


  2. Kim Smith says:

    I picked up a card for a child to sponsor at church in Spencer but I don’t see him on your site….what do I do now?
    kim smith

    • Rob van Beek says:

      Hi Kim, you can connect with Sara, our Educational Programs lead at . She can help you figure out the issue with your sponsorship. We try to keep our information as current as possible, so we apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you for your support of Many Hands for Haiti!


  3. I’m unfamiliar with this program. Is this sponsorship for one year & then renewing on a yearly basis?

    I’m familiar with Compassion which is ongoing & wondered how this compares so I can make an informed decision. Thanks!

    • Rob van Beek says:

      Hi Annette,

      We allow for both. You can either have a continuing sponsorship with $35 taken out monthly via online banking, or a one year sponsorship where you pay for the full year. One of the big differences in our program is that we include the parent or caregiver and have them bring the child to our daily program. We give the caregiver a meal and classes on medical and spiritual subjects daily. We care for the child and build the family unit in the one program.

      For more information you can connect with Sara, our Educational Programs lead at .
      Thank you for your interest, hope this helps.

      Rob van Beek

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