How Does Child Sponsorship Work?

Our sponsorship program offers a “Whole Child” approach to education that aims to ensure each child is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged. Connecting education to the social and emotional development of a child creates an environment where the student can flourish academically because their emotional needs are being met. Whole child instruction approaches teaching with a focus on supporting and nurturing all areas of students’ development and learning. It understands that a child must have their social, emotional, and personal health needs met before cognitive skills, like critical thinking, can be developed.

Your monthly gift helps provide a child with hope for a brighter future that will undoubtedly change the trajectory of their lives and the lives around them. We understand the importance of accountability as an organization and we are personally connected to each child in our program.

WHY SPONSOR A CHILD?

Sponsor A Child

Sponsoring a child’s education is a monthly commitment of $80. Each sponsored child receives:

  • Tuition for the year
  • School uniforms, including gym clothes, shoes and a sweater.
  • Books and school supplies for the year
  • Nutritional education
  • After school programs, including dance and karate
  • Each child’s progress is reviewed on a quarterly basis and needs are accessed.

Zuri  

I am in 7th Grade

DOB: March 2, 2010

Zuri is the youngest daughter of four siblings. Zuri is an awesome student that is committed to her education. Zuri's family is also committed to the education of their children, but after their son was diagnosed with a brain tumor that left him with severe disabilities requiring him to need constant care, they were no longer able to afford the cost of Zuri's education. Do you have it in your heart to sponsor Zuri.

Alberto 
  

I'm a 9 year old boy

4th Grade

DOB: June 3, 2013

Alberto is the youngest of two siblings.  He has been attending Corazon Magicos for three years.  His mother is committed to her children's education and is dedicated to our program.  She is a single mom and is raising her children on her own.  Do you want to sponsor Alberto?

Irene  

I am a 7 year old girl

I am in 2nd grade

DOB: December 31, 2015

Irene's mom moved herself and her two daughters from Veracruz Mexico to Tijuana. Like many other families, Irene's mom heard that there was more opportunity in Tijuana for her and her girls so she took the risk and made the trek north. Mom got a job in a factory and works hard to support her family, but sadly, education is not free in Mexico and although public schools are less expensive, they are most often impacted in availability of space. When mom's have to choose to feed and provide a safe place to live over an education, there's something wrong. We are hoping that you will find it in your heart to Sponsor Irene's education so her mom can feel confident in knowing that her daughters will at the very least, have a brighter future.

Diana   

I am 16 Years Old

I am a freshman in highschool

DOB: June 2, 2006

Diana's mom moved herself and her two daughters from Veracruz to Tijuana Mexico. Like many other families, Diana's mom heard that there was more opportunity in Tijuana for her and her girls so she took the risk and made the trek north. Mom got a job in a factory and works hard to support her family, but sadly, education is not free in Mexico and although public schools are less expensive, they are most often impacted in availability of space. When mom's have to choose to feed and provide a safe place to live over an education, there's something wrong. Diana has a desire to study medicine or law in college and is committed to doing her best in highschool. We are hoping that you will find it in your heart to Sponsor Diana's education so her mom can feel confident in knowing that her daughters will at the very least, have a brighter future.