HGIM has several opportunities for you to get involved through Sponsorship Programs, many of which are identified below. For pennies a day (or less), you can invest in a life by providing what’s needed to live, eat, receive an education or medical treatment, receive a salary, etc. As this and other HGIM websites are developed, more information will be posted on this page. In the meantime, use the links provided to ask for additional information. Thank you so much for considering these wonderful programs structured to bring assistance and encouragement to men, women and children in great need. God bless you!
|King’s Primary School, a ministry of Heart of God Africa (HGA), has presents several opportunities for those like you who want to get involved in the ministry’s growth and stability. Sponsorship opportunities include teachers’ salaries, administrative assistant’s salary, at-risk children, food programs, and growth as we pray about adding a secondary level of education to the school. Denise Matthews, Executive Director of Heart of God Africa, is initiating a sponsorship program to help with many of the needs in this ministry. For more information, please visit http://heartofgodafrica.org or email Denise Matthews directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|HGA Prison Ministries offers a unique opportunity for sponsorship. If you have followed the stories at all, you probably are aware that children born inside the prison are separated from their mothers at 18 months of age. If a family member is not available to take the child, the little one will be left outside the gate for the first person to take. The mothers most likely will never know what happened to their babies. HGA has an opportunity to help the children by establishing a program to care for these children. But, they need someone to sponsor them in order to provide for their needs. Although this program is currently under development, you can learn more by contacting Denise Matthews directly at email@example.com. Thank you for caring!|
|Children attend Royal Palace Schools in Uganda for an annual tuition of $60. That’s all! Only $60 will send one child to school for an entire school year and provide them with one meal a day and everything they need to learn and prepare them for life’s challenges. Not only do the children receive a good education, they are taught the Word of God and how to conduct their lives as children of the King of kings and Lord of lords. To learn more about Royal Palace Schools, visit http://heartofgodeastafrica.org or contact Denise Matthews directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Children’s Orphanage, the ministry of Heart of God Haiti, has 18 orphans living at the orphanage in Kenscoff and as many as 20 additional children eating and being educated along with our children. Heart of God Haiti as adopted a 4:1 child sponsorship plan to ensure that all expenses associated with each child’s well-being and care-taking are covered without putting a hardship on anyone wishing to be personally involved in a precious child’s life. Your monthly support donation of only $30 provides food, housing, an education, clothing, and all the necessities for life in a Christian environment. Heart of God Haiti is looking for those who will pledge $30 a month toward the support of a child. For more information, please visit http://heartofgodhaiti.org or email David Young directly at email@example.com. Thank you and God bless you!|
|A. Scott Ingram, Minister of Evangelism for HGIM, has been serving in Haiti for several months. Scott’s work in Haiti has included administrative duties, evangelism, and working closely with Pastor Justin to enhance the ministry to the orphans and the nearby communities. Scott is accepting invitations to share a missions presentation to your church, organization or group. He is also looking for ministry partners who will make a monthly pledge to provide his living expenses. For more information, please contact Scott directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. He can be found on FaceBook at http://www.facebook.com/anthonysingram, or you can learn more about his call to missions and passion for ministry by following his blog at http://www.anthonyingram.com.|