Hope for Children
in the Philippines

Help a Child in Desperate Need

The OneChild community brings hope to hard places. We are developing new Hope Centers in the Philippines, where sponsored children will grow in health, education, community, and faith. And in the Philippines, where 36% of children live in poverty, the care we provide is critical.

Will you help a child living in poverty with a gift of $30?

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Poverty Limits Potential


Approximately 4 million children have no access to safe water or adequate sanitation. 6.5 million have no electricity at home

Lack of Education

High school education is inaccessible for approximately 40,000 rural villages in the Philippines, while 5.5 million children do not attend school to earn incomes for their families.


UNICEF estimates up to 100,000 children in the Philippines are involved in prostitution rings

We have rescued girls as young as 9 from prostitution. They can’t defend themselves. They need a champion.

Sponsorship Works

In the Philippines, we have served 2,581 children at 19 Hope Centers, and dozens of children are waiting for a sponsor today. Sponsored children receive care in four categories:


Children have the opportunity to learn about God and His purpose for their life.


Children get help with their studies and are taught problem-solving, leadership, literacy, and life skills.


Children are provided nutritious food and supplements and have access to medical check-ups and immunizations to fight common diseases.


Children are encouraged to socialize with others and receive instruction in sports, music, and drama.

Many children wait three months or more for a sponsor. You can help us serve them today.

Help a Waiting Child

Your gift of $30 will support a waiting child for three months, covering the costs of their participation in a Hope Center program until we can connect them to their long-term sponsor.

Will you help a child living in poverty in the Philippines today?

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Phillipines - Genn

Meet Genn

Genn attended a Hope Center in the Philippines for nine years and now teaches at the small school attached to a home for girls rescued from sex trafficking. “Aside from being a teacher, I am also being a mother to them,” she says, noting that the girls have no families and, more than anything else, need love from every professional caregiver at the Home.

Learn more about Genn.