What if you had the power to equip rural Indian villages with the nurses, doctors, engineers, and teachers they so desperately need? When you partner with Mid India Child, you’re able to provide Indian children with not just the basic education other child sponsorship organizations offer, but an advanced education – one that ensures these young adults will be able to make a huge impact in their home villages.
Mid India Children Graduate Top of Their College Class
We sent our first high school graduates on to college four years ago, and they did not disappoint us. All three of them are now fully-licensed nurses, pursuing careers in medicine. One even graduated at the head of her class!
Since then, we’ve been able to send all of our Mercy Home girls on for higher education, and we’ve been able to provide college scholarships to a number of other Mid India children. We know God has blessed us with sponsors who TRULY CARE about their children – and want to see those children succeed even as they grow into adults. All our Mid India Child college scholarships are sponsored by people just like you, because they know the impact their dollars (and their childrens’ education) will have upon India and the world.
In return for your scholarship donation, our Mid India children receive:
- Paid college tuition.
- Books and materials.
- Room, board, food, and clothing.
- Medical coverage.
Many other child sponsorship organizations do not provide these sorts of college scholarships, because they do not have the resources or the dedicated sponsor base to do so. Our college scholarship program is just one of the things that sets Mid India Child apart – and we thank the Lord that our sponsors have seen the importance of this program, and prioritized it within their giving.
Help Us Provide Indian Children with a Higher Education
If you’re convinced that our child sponsorship college scholarship program makes a difference, and you’ve decided that you want to contribute, simply click the button below. You’ll be met by the pictures of young men and women who want to better themselves and their communities. These young adults want to make a difference in the lives of others – just like you do.