Advocating for Kids at SCH, Part IV: Jubilee Home!


This post will consist of young ladies who live at Jubilee Home. They attend an on-site vocational school, where they learn handicrafts, have music class, learn academics at their own level, and so much more.

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“Alana”  has CP and is non-verbal, but has no cognitive delay and can respond by nodding or using hand movements. Alana is a bright young lady with beautiful brown eyes. Alana is a fashionista and uses a wheelchair to get around. Read more about Alana here! Needs $250/month. Sponsor here.

“Alesa” has hydrocephalus, compensated with a vp shunt. She is a lovely, mature young lady. She is spunky and enjoys being silly with her foster sisters, being girly, painting her nails, and having her hair braided. She also enjoys playing cards and board games. Alesa is hard-working and studies diligently, paying special attention to detail which shows in her neat and beautiful handwriting. Alesa’s warm smile is always inviting. Needs $210/month. Sponsor here.

“Amanda” has an intellectual disability, but she hasn’t let it stop her. She is described as  a wonderful, sweet young lady who loves to help with younger children and various other tasks. She thrives on feeling needed to help others. She also loves dancing, running, and games. Needs $275/month. Sponsor here.

“Amulya” has CP and an intellectual disability. She has a twin, Dhivena! Amulya has had a surgery to release the tendons behind her knees a couple years ago, and can now walk more comfortably. Needs $225/month. Sponsor here.

“Bella” has CP. She is a quiet, reserved girl who enjoys stringing beads, doing puzzles, making things with duplo blocks, coloring, and other hands-on activities. She can speak, but does so only when she feels the need. Bella loves music class, where the clacker is her favourite instrument. Bella is a happy girl who loves to give and receive hug,  and you often see her smiling as she watches others. Needs $100/month. Sponsor here.

“Christina” has an intellectual disability, a joyful spirit, and loves to sing and dance. She is always helpful when asked to do something. She has medalled in the state Special Olympics in two sporting events! She is enthusiastic about learning and especially enjoys music class. Needs $210/month. Sponsor here.

“Dawn” has a mental illness, and was brought to SCH having suffered physical and emotional abuse. Dawn has gone through tremendous amounts of healing, and today you can typically catch her smiling brightly or participating in class. Needs $275. Sponsor here.

“Dhivena” has CP, epilepsy, and an intellectual disability, as well as some strabismus. She had a surgery to correct club feet when she was younger, and is now a mobile, happy, friendly young lady with a bright smile. She has a twin sister, Amulya! Needs $300/month (is unsponsored). Sponsor here.

“Dorothy” has CP that mostly affects her hands and legs, and an intellectual disability. She especially loves to make music in music class! Needs $100/month. Sponsor here.

“Faith” is a lovely, joyful young girl who has autism and is on medication to control seizures. She has a 1000-watt smile! Since being at SCH, she has also had eardrum reconstruction and adenoid removal surgery. She enjoys joining in group activities at school, where she loves music and making necklaces. Needs $300/month (currently unsponsored). Sponsor here.

“Felicia” is a happy, content girl with the most endearing giggle. Though nonverbal, she enjoys watching the world around her and is learning to stand on her own. She has made astounding progress from the time she first arrived at SCH! Felicia enjoys music class and watching colorful educational videos. She is very ticklish and laughs whenever you talk to or tease her. She has a very sweet smile. Needs $300/month (currently unsponsored). Sponsor here.

“Ginger” has some developmental delays and spastic CP. She is a very sweet, friendly girl who is happy and active. She loves music, running, and playing with her foster siblings. Ginger is non-verbal, but knows several signs in ASL as well as gestures to make her wishes known. She has made leaps and bounds in her classes. Needs $235/month. Sponsor here.

“Glory” has CP complicated by osteoporosis, and epilepsy. She attends special on-site vocational school with a local teacher, at Jubilee Home, where she also learns to make handicrafts like beaded bracelets! Music class is her favorite. Glory is shy, sweet, and smiley. She is quiet, but loves to help out! Needs $260/month. Sponsor here.

“Hannah” used to have an esophageal issue, causing her to have an endearing husky voice, which has since been medically intervened. Since being at SCH, she has had strabismus surgical repair and is doing well. She is described as a very sweet and lovable young lady who has a motherly personality and enjoys keeping her foster sisters in line. Hannah is mature and responsible. Needs $140/month. Sponsor here.

“Honor” has a craniofacial disorder that she used to hide until coming to SCH, where she feels loved and accepted just as she is. She no longer shies away from cameras or people and is confident. She is described as a loving young lady who enjoys giving affection as much as receiving it. She loves to spend one-on-one time with others. Honor is spunky and silly, and likes to dance and play games. Needs $100/month. Sponsor here.

“Jessie” has CP and is a wheelchair user. She is described as affectionate, giggly, and bright. She loves one-on-one time with people, but is content to relax with friends.  Needs $300/month (currently unsponsored). Sponsor here.

“Lauren” is a petite, little sweetheart who enjoys being cuddled and spoken to, going on outings, and to visiting the park. For the majority of Lauren’s life, she wasn’t given loving care. Today, she responds well to her nurturing caregivers and feeds off their love. She enjoys playing games with her sisters. Needs $300/month (currently unsponsored). Sponsor here.

“Leah” is described as a happy, energetic, spunky girl who has a mild developmental delay. She is always eager to learn and advances quickly! She is a bright young child who easily picked up English and Telegu, after only speaking Hindi. Needs $300/month. (currently unsponsored). Sponsor here.

“Meghan” has an intellectual disability, epilepsy, and a seizure disorder. She is described as a friendly, happy young woman with a constant, gigantic smile on her face! She loves creating art, going on outings, and making new friends. Needs $260/month. Sponsor here.

“Naomi” has Down Syndrome. She is described as a shy and silly girl who loves to cuddle, make crafts, and create art. Naomi is crazy for swimming, and wishes she could spend every waking hour in the ocean. She is quick to get to know newcomers and loves the movie Despicable Me! Needs just $50/month! Sponsor here.

“Paula” has CP, uses a custom wheelchair to get around, which has helped her become much more independent! She attends mainstream private school. She is a joyful, giggly teen who is always giving hugs, loves to sing and get henna on her hands. She lives in Jubilee Home and needs just $85/month. Sponsor here.

“Rebekah” has Apert Syndrome, a disorder that causes the facial bones to fuse early and most often causes fused fingers and toes, for which she has had some intervention surgeries. She is described as a sweet little darling who loves being silly and playing with her foster sisters. Needs just $20/month more! Sponsor here.

“Rhoda”  has Autism and epilepsy. She is described as a very sweet, funny girl with a hilarious, heartwarming giggle. She loves playing with dolls, small blocks, and other stacking toys, as well as music – she always chooses miniature symbols during her music class at school. Needs $300/month (currently unsponsored). Sponsor here.

“Ruthie”  has an intellectual disability, a seizure disorder, and a developmental delay. When she first came to SCH, she needed treatment for tuberculosis. Since receiving that treatment, she has truly blossomed into an affectionate and happy girl. She is described as a very sociable and lovable young girl who loves to dance and listen to music. Needs $300/month (currently unsponsored). Sponsor here.

“Sadie” is a beautiful young lady with a quiet and gentle spirit who is happy and smiles often. She has a developmental delay. Sadie loves attending music class. Needs $250/month. Sponsor here.

“Serene” has CP and an intellectual disability. She can be either loud and vocal, or soft and quiet! She loves music class, puzzles, blocks, and coloring. Needs $300/month (currently unsponsored). Sponsor here.

“Susan” has CP, an intellectual disability, and epilepsy. She attends an on-site special school at Jubilee Home, where she especially loves music class. She enjoys rides in her wheelchair, affection, and being conversed with. She has a stunning smile and loves to giggle! Needs $300/month (currently unsponsored). Sponsor here.

“Tricia” is a beautiful, smart, adaptable young girl who has some cognitive delay and frequent seizures. She loves snuggles and taking pictures and videos of herself doing silly things. Tricia is full of personality, and has been thriving in her foster home and loves to receive attention from the caregivers. Needs $300/month. Sponsor here.

“Wendy” has CP, epilepsy, and an intellectual disability. Wendy uses both speech and ASL to communicate! She is the big sister in her foster home at Jubilee and attends an on-site vocational school, where she learns to make handicrafts like bracelets, necklaces, and flower garlands. She was the first child to come to SCH! Wendy is very independent and is almost always smiling her gorgeous smile. Needs $220/month. Sponsor here.

“Zoe” has CP, Hirschprung’s Disease, and an intellectual disability. She attends on-site special school at Jubilee Home. Zoe loves to give hugs, sit in your lap, and gives bright heartwarming smiles. Her favorite toys are dolls, pull string toys, and musical instruments. Needs $260/month. Sponsor here.

Can  you help sponsor an older child/young lady from Jubilee?

Older children and young adults are often overlooked for sponsorship because they may not be as ‘cute’ or ‘squishy’ as the babies, toddlers, or smaller children. However, they are so, so important! They learn life skills and are able to learn a vocation, so that, if possible, they may some day become independent.

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