The world has been turned upside down by COVID-19 and right now, child sponsorship might look different to usual – but it’s just as life-changing as it has always been. Here are the answers to some questions you’ve been wondering about your child sponsorship during COVID-19!?
“I believe that I should contribute meaningfully to those in need, instead of spending money on what I want. I also feel that Chosen is very unique in a sense that it gives those children hope! The power to make a decision that can impact their lives.”
“It is something that is very empowering and meaningful and I feel honoured to be a part of this," shared Jayley Woo. The local celebrity was #chosen by a child in Bangladesh as part of World Vision's latest child sponsorship initiative. This is her story!?
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