Children who are enrolled in the Love One More program are given three nutritious meals a day, building up their immune systems allowing them to grow healthy and strong. Many children enjoy eating porridge mixed with millet, beans, carrots, cauliflower and potato, rice with chicken and more!
Once a child is sponsored, they will be given new uniforms to attend school in, along with play clothes and shoes as needed.
All sponsored (and unsponsored!) children go to school and receive a quality education through Love One More’s daycare’s and evening study centers. These centers supplement public schooling in India, where teaching is often lax and unbalanced.
When a child is sponsored, we make their health first priority. They are brought to a clinic run by Love One More’s doctors and nurses where the child is medically screened, tested and evaluated for their nutritional status. If needed, a child will be treated for any illnesses or ailments.
Love One More works as a preventative measure against child trafficking, child labor and female infanticide. All children in Love One More’s care are protected and educated to decrease their vulnerability. Children are also given the option to live in one of our children homes where they will be loved and cared for as long as needed.
Love & Hope
Once sponsored, a child is taught the love of Jesus and what it means to be a child of God. They are uplifted and encouraged to learn, play, help others and live by the Word of the Lord. Christian house parents locally employed by Love One More provide each child with spiritual nurture, care, guidance and personal attention.
There’s More Than One Way You Can Make A Difference Today
Love One More is an affiliate of India Gospel League North America which is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit. We strive to exercise good stewardship at all times by using your gifts wisely and effectively to further the kingdom of Jesus Christ in rural India. We are committed to investing at least 85% of every dollar in kingdom work with only 15% of designated contributions used for overhead expenses.