Thank you so much for your interest in our sponsorship program. This program is exclusively for our Beijing foster home. It’s a really great way to connect with our work and the children.
What your sponsorship covers
Your monthly donation of $40 will go to help pay for a child’s:
- Minor medical expenses
- Daily needs such as feeding bottles, shoes etc.
- Share of utilities – e.g. heating, water, electricity
Your donation does not cover:
- Major surgery or medical expenses
We do want to make it clear that we need over 20 sponsors to cover the costs of each baby. If a baby is adopted then you will be asked to choose another child in our care.
Choosing a child
Please visit our Babies section. You can see all the babies we have here. The babies with English names already have sponsors, but you are welcome to sponsor those children as we need multiple sponsors for each child to cover their costs. The babies with Chinese names do not have sponsors, and if you choose to sponsor one of them you can give them an English name of your choice.
Please email us and nominate the child you would like to sponsor. If they do not have an English name, please suggest one.
After choosing a child and securing your donation, you will recieve updates on the child quarterly. These updates include great stories about the child and how they are changing and growing each month.
For payment options, please follow the link below and follow the instructions on the web page. If you are donating from the US, your donation will be routed through Show Hope in order for you to receive a tax reciept. You are able to set up monthly debit deduction or pay for a year in full.
Thanks again for your interest and support!
The information that is given in the short sponsorship updates is intended to give sponsors an idea as to the daily activities of our babies and is not in any way intended to be a complete and up-to-date substitute for referral information given by adoption agencies for prospective adoptive parents.
We always focus our sponsorship reports on the positive aspects of the child’s daily life at New Hope Foundation. The reports do not include the serious medical challenges that many of our children face as this information is classified as confidential and is only available through the official adoption channels.