Mid India Child is the child sponsorship division of Mid India Christian Mission, serving children through four ministries:
Mercy Home, Asha Project, Oasis of Love, & College Scholarship.
Every Child Deserves Hope, Dignity, and a Future…
Sponsor a Child Today!
The Mercy Home provides a full-time safe home for young girls and boys rescued out of difficult and dangerous situations. Your sponsorship of $100 per month provides your child with a Christian foundation, quality education, school supplies and uniforms, nutritious meals, medical care, counseling, and practical life skills. Through your sponsorship, your child’s life will be forever changed.
Asha is the Hindi word for “hope.” The mission of the Asha Project is to bring hope, dignity, and a future to children living in impoverished villages.
Your sponsorship of $35 per month provides your child with quality education six days per week, school supplies, books, uniforms, lunch, health care, winter clothes, and Christ-centered teaching.
Oasis of Love
In India, disabled children are often looked down on and are seen as a curse by society and their family. We believe they are a blessing and can contribute to their community.
Your sponsorship of $50 per month provides your child with education six days per week, transportation to and from school, school supplies and uniforms, physical therapy and medical care, lunch, life skills and trade training, all in a safe, loving and Christ-centered environment.
College Scholarships provide continued education for the children of Mid India Child. Many of our children dream of becoming a nurse, an engineer, or a teacher, now with your monthly scholarship their dream can come true. Receiving a college education equips them with the tools and the opportunity needed to return to their home villages and make an impact. Your sponsorship includes their college tuition, books, rooms and board, uniforms, and medical care.
Support Our Mid India Child Ministry
There are so many Indian children who do not have the means to receive a quality education, or any education at all. Whether they are orphans, outcasts, or simply less fortunate than their peers, these children need someone to give them an opportunity, and a framework with which to
How would you feel if your family and society felt you were a curse upon them? That is the way so many disabled children are still made to feel in India, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Why Indian Society Stigmatizes Disabled Children
This month, Mid India Christian Mission celebrated several milestones! From our first Youth Camp to our organization’s 50th anniversary, we’ve been praising God for His blessings and participation in our mission all month long. The First-Ever Mid India Youth Camp 276 children attended the youth camp