The following kids will be another year older in November 2018 – follow this link to meet all of them and sign up to sponsor a birthday! Sponsorship for a birthday party is suggested at $50 USD, and provides a cake, gifts, and a fun party for each child! $15 covers the cost of a child’s birthday cake! To sign up for a specific child’s birthday, click the ‘sponsor’ button underneath each of their names on the SCH birthdays landing page. Any donation to the birthday program will get you an email of highlights from all the birthdays in that month!
*Note: in the following list, if a child’s name is highlighted and linked, they need general sponsorship! The money amount next to each child’s name shows how much in sponsorship funds they still need. See the paragraph ‘Child Sponsorship’, below, for more information.
*Josie ($0/month) – 3 on November 9
*Christina ($90/month) – 19 on November 22
*Paxton ($100/month) – 16 on November 2
*Lauren ($66/month) – 12 on November 9
*Ezra ($30/month) – 11 on November 6
No birthdays this month
Click on a child’s name to be re-directed to their sponsorship if you’d like to sign up to sponsor them monthly at any amount. Suggested monthly donations: $25/month, $50/month, $100/month, full sponsorship (usually $350/month, more with complex medical needs/in school/etc.); however, sponsorship can be given in any amount you can afford. Learn more about child sponsorship here.
To connect in other ways with SCH, use the resources below.
Use these resources to get involved, by doing such things as becoming an advocate or volunteering. Also, here is the link to SCH’s general fund. In addition, you can give a one-time donation to any home by visiting each home’s landing page in the drop-down menu on SCH’s official website, under the heading “Meet Our Kids”! Learn about other ways to give charitably to SCH here, and check back often for additional opportunities.
*A note about names: SCH uses online nicknames for the children in order to protect their identity, per Indian governmental guidelines which state that children in care may not have identifying photos of them on the internet, as well as no identifying information such as birth name, place of origin, etc.