Care for Orphans

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As Christians, we are clearly called to support and care for the weak, including orphans and disadvantaged children. The South Sudan Lutheran Church Mission has made orphan ministry a priority.  The Orphans' and Abandoned Children Scholarship Program provides a direct means to demonstrate care and compassion for orphans. Four of our sponsored orphans are currently placed in boarding schools in Uganda and Kenya. The majority of the children are receiving assistance in South Sudan.  The tuition and fees for each sponsored child is $150.00 per trimester, which totals $450.00 per year.

It's easy to get involved in this life-changing ministry. By making a charitable donation of any amount to the South Sudan Lutheran Church Mission and designating your gift to the Orphans' and Abandoned Children Scholarship Program, your support will make a difference in the lives of disadvantaged children in South Sudan. Your donation will be used to support the costs of providing an education, medical assistance and other basic needs.

You may also sponsor a child with an annual commitment that provides for tuition and fees. Upon sponsorship, you will be provided the child's name, country where he/she attends school, academic level, and his/her photo. For details regarding the Orphans' and Abandoned Children Scholarship Program, please contact Monica Stillwell, Scholarship Director, at 502-693-1580 or by email at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. We are grateful for the generous gifts that support this ministry, providing hope to orphans and abandoned children in South Sudan. Through your donations and prayers, many children are realizing their dreams and potential for a brighter future.

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