You Can Protect Orphans During COVID-19

There is no one more vulnerable than a child without a safe and stable family.

As COVID-19 makes waves around the world, orphaned and vulnerable children—like the 11,522 kids Lifesong serves across the globe—face unprecedented challenges.

With schools closed, children who rely on school lunches have lost their most stable source of food. Children in unsafe homes are even more vulnerable due to mandatory quarantine and strict curfews. Overcrowded markets and communities, where social distancing is nearly impossible, are home to the rapid spread of illness. And as global unemployment rates soar, both adults and children are going to extreme, yet tragic measures to provide for themselves.

And that’s just scratching the surface.

But you can bring critical support and protection to these vulnerable, often forgotten children.

 

Your Gift Toward COVID Relief Supports…

Food Programs – No one should have to wonder where their next meal is coming from. Your gift sends a food & hygiene care package—filled with meal ingredients and sanitation supplies—to a family in need. Each package is assembled by our in-country teams and delivered with the Gospel message.

Safe Housing – As quarantine and lockdown continue in many countries, a safe place to live is critical. You allow us to continue caring for orphaned and vulnerable kids through secure housing with Christian house parents.

Medical Clinics – This crisis is a medical crisis, so trustworthy, immediate healthcare is vital to communities. Your gift helps operate health clinics in communities that depend on Lifesong’s medical professionals.

Education Enrichment – Lifesong teachers are preparing lessons for children to continue learning, even while they are out of the classroom. You can ensure our students continue receiving a vital, life-changing education.


YES! I WANT TO PROTECT ORPHANS DURING COVID-19.

Thanks to TMG Foundation and key partners, all of our fundraising and administrative costs are covered. 100% of your gift will go where it’s most needed to support vulnerable children in places where coronavirus is a real and present threat.

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