How Sponsorship Works
Currently, in our program we provide housing, education and discipleship for three once orphaned and vulnerable teenage girls, and that number will grow to more girls very soon! At our home in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, these girls have a safe and healthy living environment where they can find rest and love.
When you sponsor the Addis Jemari program, you are providing each girl with the ability to be encouraged, educated and empowered. Money donated to our program will assure that the needs of our girls are met, both physically and spiritually. There are many ways you can partner with us through sponsorships at different giving levels, such as AJ Family Sponsorship, AJGirls Sponsorship, Healthcare and Nutrition Sponsorship, and Education Sponsorship.
Please choose an opportunity below or if you would like to make a one time donation, please click on Donate Now.
Your generous monthly contribution will go directly to the care for our Addis Jemari family, which includes both our girls and our staff. Your donation will help cover our house rent, our programs, and provide training and opportunities to our staff that reside with us in our home in Ethiopia.
Your generous monthly contribution will go directly to the girls in our program to cover all their needs. Your donation will help cover our house rent, food, clothing, education, discipleship, healthcare and nutrition, fully meeting all the girls’ physical and spiritual needs.
Your generous Healthcare and Nutrition Sponsorship monthly contribution enables our AJ girls to be healthy and whole. The girls in our program receive three nutritious meals each day, as well as daily vitamins. Our AJ girls also receive healthcare coverage they need including physicals, dental visits, sick visits and any medications prescribed.
Your generous Education monthly contribution helps cover all costs of the girls’ education, including uniforms, exercise books, text books and school fees. We also give them the tools they need, such as weekly tutoring sessions, to encourage their academic success.