Our Project I Am Sponsorship Program is unique in that it allows YOU to decide how much you would like to commit to give every month. It costs us $150 per month to provide all the needs for each child. We know it is difficult for most families to afford such a high amount and we are all on different incomes. If there is a child you would like to help sponsor for an amount that is comfortable for your family’s budget, it will help go towards meeting that child’s financial need.
Whether your monthly gift of $5 or $150… that child will be directly benefited from your gift! Your monthly commitment will help to provide a home, nutritious food, medical care, and education. Would you consider sponsoring one of our precious children today?
For sponsorship and bio information on each child, click on their thumbnail!
Click here to sponsor Anushka.
Hi, my name is Anushka! I was born on the streets and I am the youngest of five children. I love my mom so much and I never wanted to leave her. But she loved her alcohol more than me and got drunk all the time so men would try to come see my sister and me.
I would get really scared, but after my dad was murdered my mom decided to let my siblings and I go live in a PIAI Rescue Home so that we would be safe. After two years of me being with PIAI, my mom finally decided to come here too so I am going to school and living with my mom and sisters in an apartment PIAI gave to us. I don’t know what I want to be yet, but I am very happy not living on the streets anymore.
Click here to sponsor Jessica.
Hi, my name is Jessica! I was adopted as a baby, but was later neglected by my adoptive parents. My mom has a severe mental illness and my dad’s job takes him away from us for nearly 10 months every year.
My mom refused to seek help while caring for me and often put me in dangerous and vulnerable situations and my father’s family abused me while helping care for me. Project I Am took me into one of their rescue homes and now I am thriving!
Click here to sponsor Rekha.
Hi, my name is Rekah! I have lived my entire life on the streets. When I was little, I saw my dad be killed my mom’s boyfriend. After my dad’s death, my mother forced my siblings and me to beg on the streets for money, which she then used to by alcohol.
I was rescued by Project I Am and have been living in the rescue home since then. I am very fun and loving to all my peers. I love to make people laugh. I like going to school mostly because I like seeing my friends.
Click here to sponsor Sravani.
Hi, my name is Sravani! My father was abusive to me while I lived with my parents. My mom, worried for my safety, asked me to flee. She thought anywhere would be safer than home.
It took me a while, but I finally found my way to Project I Am and am now living in a rescue home. I occasionally am able to call my mom. PIAI is working to restore my relationship with my parents and counsel them.
Click here to sponsor Sravanthi.
Hi, my name is Sravanthi! My father died when I was little. Afterward, my mother started selling me for labor for extra income.
I eventually fled from my mother and employer and am now living in Project I Am Rescue Homes. I enjoy going to school, but I also like fashion. I started making some beaded earrings in my free time.
Click here to sponsor Sree Latha.
Hi, my name is Sree Latha! When I was young, my mother and father were both murdered in a home invasion. My brother, Shalen Raj, and I were sent to live with my aunt. My uncle became physically abusive and caused irreversible nerve damage to my arm.
Now, my brother and I live in Project I Am Rescue homes. I have struggled to catch up in school and I really do not enjoy academics. I am going to instead study to become a beautician.
THANK YOU! Aarthi has been fully sponsored!
Hi, my name is Aarthi! I was born living on the streets. It was the only life I had ever known until a team from Project I Am International started coming to visit my family. My mom used to make my four siblings and I beg during the day and then send me or my older sister to the bar to buy alcohol for her at night. My dad ran off and later the police came and told us he was murdered.
Now that I am in a PIAI rescue home, I am finally able to go to school. I always dreamed of being able to read, and now I am learning. I want to be a teacher one day, but not just any teacher. I want to teach other kids that are like me so they can learn to read too. I now have hope and my dreams are coming true.