From Our Blog
The First Letter Builds a Cornerstone
As soon as a child sponsored, the notification process begins. But the first letters that are exchanged are the cornerstone for building the new relationship.
Cross-Cultural Differences Will Affect Your Letter-Writing Experience
Communicating between cultures is difficult. And this is especially true with written communication. It becomes even more apparent when the written communication is between an adult and a child in different cultures.
30 Adorable Things Kids Say in Their Letters
Here's a collection of some of the most adorable things written by our sponsored children.
In this infographic we have everything (and by everything, we mean some of the things) you ever wanted to know about letter writing.
Your Sponsored Child's Most Prized Possession
A photographic look at what some children in poverty consider their most prized possessions. And it's not their toys.
Your Child Would Love to Receive Artwork From You
It'll make your day whenever your your child's letter includes artwork he or she created for you. If you return the favor your child will delighted you took the time to do something extra special for her.
The Power of a Letter
Three formerly sponsored children teach a pastor about the power of sponsor letters.
Experience Letter-Writing Day
A sponsor's summer trip to Haiti shows us what happens at a development center during letter-writing day.
A Video and Story About Letter Writing
A letter from you is most likely one of your sponsored child's greatest desires. Your letter is not just a piece of paper. It's love, affection, emotion and inspiration. Your letter is your relationship.
Helping Kids With the Letter-Writing Process
If children in poverty learn to read and write it's often later than children in the U.S., which is one reason some sponsored children may not write their letters themselves.