Unsponsored Child

The Unsponsored Child fund is an excellent way to contribute directly to child sponsorship without a monthly commitment. All contributions to this fund have a direct benefit on hundreds of children who need an education. It also saves Child Impact critical operating funds and ensures support for all the needy children in the program.

Child Impact International supports a constant pool of unsponsored children and the number of children in this fund varies daily. Students are accepted based on need and many are already enrolled in Adventist mission schools in Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Zambia. Once a child has been accepted by Child Impact, that child continues to receive support even when they no longer have someone specific to sponsor them.

The reasons that the Unsponsored Child fund is important for the child is that it:

  • Enables children to receive support even if a sponsor withdraws.
  • Allows schools to accept new students at the beginning of the year.
  • Enables urgent-need students to start at any time.
  • Provides Child Impact a pool of students for new sponsorships.
  • Ensures a wider base of child support.

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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.