Pamela is a 16 year old girl who loves to take care of others!
Pamela was born into horrible circumstances. Child Welfare was made aware of her life after she was assaulted by her grandfather who took a burning log to Pamela at 12 years old. She sustained serious burns on her cheek and neck. Authorities arrested her grandfather and took a further look into Pamela’s home life. It appeared that the only caregiver she had other than her grandfather had passed away. She has other siblings who were taken in by a neighbor after noticing the children had been abandoned. He did not have the means to take care of Pamela. She was then placed at Chingele Children’s Home (CCH).
Today, Pamela is an incredible young lady and we are constantly impressed with her! She is quick to help the young children with homework and anything they need. She is very social and confident. She hopes to be a medical doctor or a psychologist when she is older because she wants to help those in need.
Pamela Orphan Sponsorship
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- A photo and information about your sponsored child.
- The opportunity to have a personal relationship with your child by writing and receiving letters.
- Annual progress reports with updated photos of your child.
- Commit to support your child for one full year.
- Pray for your child. Use the photo and information about your child as a reminder to pray for them.
- Optional: Write to your sponsored child. Letters are a great way to encourage your sponsored child and let them know how much they are cared for and valued. Tell them about yourself, your family and ask about their lives. More details on relationship building and methods of communication will be sent to you after you’ve become a sponsor.
Your monthly gift will be sent directly to Chingele Children’s Home in rural Zimbabwe, to help with the costs associated with your sponsored child. Actual details of what your sponsorship covers can vary from child to child — from tuition or medical expenses to food and clothing — 100% of your sponsorship amount directly benefits your child.