EXPANSION: Sponsorship in Pakistan

August 22, 2016 rachelmiley Blog

We are excited to announce that we are expanding our child sponsorship program! You now have the opportunity to partner with a child through our (un)adopted program in Pakistan. Learn more about the difference you can make…

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The nature of society in Pakistan is that girls are often denied the opportunity for education and are especially vulnerable to child trafficking. Without intervention, the future of these children is bleak. Without the gospel it is hopeless.

Therefore in Pakistan (un)adopted has in-country partnership with Developing Hope, a girls’ home and sewing center.  Through the girls’ home, 38 girls are provided with a place to live, learn, and grow in a loving and caring environment.

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The directors of the home intentionally pour into the lives of the girls and, because of their love and leadership, the girls are thriving under their care. Developing Hope and (un)adopted have also partnered in opening 4 sewing centers in Pakistan in an effort to reach vulnerable women in the community.

Additionally, we have seen 2 churches planted and developed alongside this ministry to orphaned and vulnerable girls in Pakistan. We continue to see many women’s lives impacted through the center as they learn of their value in the Lord and also are equipped with life and job skills that will serve them long term.

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Now YOU can be a part of this amazing ministry in Pakistan! We need people like you to step in and make a monthly commitment of $30 in order for us to continue to provide the highest level of care for these girls and pursue opportunities to serve them further.

Want to learn more about these precious girls’ stories? Each of them have a personalized profile on our sponsorship page! Read their stories and consider if the Lord may be calling you to commit your finances to making a way for a better future for these sweet girls.

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For questions, please contact ariel.reynolds@lifelinechild.org !

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