Sunrise Home Is Growing

Child Impact International continues to invest in the well-being and education of orphans at the Sunrise Home. Currently there is an urgency to expand the school buildings to provide preschool and vocational training rooms.

Children waving from Sunrise Home

The preschool is critical because the local government is asking Sunrise Home to help with very young children who have been abandoned by their families on the edges of towns and in the tribal forest areas. These children have been neglected and left to run wild. As such,when they arrive at Sunrise Home they must be taught basic hygiene, clothing, and even how to eat from a plate. Until life skills are learned, these special children cannot be integrated into the daily education programs of Sunrise Home. Currently, these one-to-six-year-old children are being housed and cared for in the small worship hall, but this cannot continue. 

group of children with the Child Impact team

For many orphans, Sunrise Home is their only home. They have lived at the orphanage their entire life. With Child Impact International sponsors, many of these students are now away at boarding colleges. However, during vacations and holidays, they return to Sunrise Home. Imagine thirty to fifty teenagers returning home and needing to be occupied. Sunrise Home staff would like to be able to provide these energetic young kids with vocational training during vacation times. A multi purpose room equipped with computers and other practical skill training equipment will help students improve their school performance and prepare them to be responsible citizens. This is an important way that you can make a tangible difference in the life of a child.

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The Child Impact International board is very excited to announce the appointment of Dr. Tom Evans as the new CEO. Dr. Tom L. Evans is excited to join the team at Child Impact International as CEO beginning in August. Tom states, “God has called each of us to make a difference in this world. Investing in a child can change the trajectory of their entire life. Child Impact delivers hope and a brighter future.” Tom would like to affirm the visionary leadership of the current CEO, Jim Rennie, and the Child Impact team, along with the board of directors. As he prepares to assume leadership responsibilities beginning in August, please lift their family and the growing and life-changing ministry of Child Impact International in prayer.