The Comeback

As a former child sponsor, you helped care for one of the most vulnerable groups of people in the world – a child of a prisoner. While here at home, economic recovery from COVID-19 is progressing slowly, around the world the situation is still very dire. The children in our program are receiving crucial care and interventions to keep them from falling through the cracks, even now. We’ve increased the number of caseworkers and social workers serving the children worldwide, but are in need of loving sponsors. If you are financially able, please consider coming back to sponsorship to help stand in the gap for a child in need, today.


Become a Sponsor

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Sponsor Welcome Kit

Information and resources you need to get started

  • Information about your child
  • Guide to sponsorship
  • Information about your child’s country
  • Country prayer card and scripture magnet
  • A personal welcome letter from our team
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Communication with Your Child

Form a personal connection and relationship

  • An introductory letter from your child
  • Open two-way communication
  • Foreign language translation services
  • Video messages from your child*
  • Send special letters or monetary gifts for your child’s birthday and Christmas
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Onboarding Resources

A series of emails from PFI team

  • Welcome from PFI CEO
  • Details about "The Child's Journey®" Ministry
  • Family activity guide
  • Downloadable ebook Now You See Me by former PFI President Frank Lofaro
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Updates from the Field

Regular reports and updates on your child

  • Annual report about your child, which includes photo and drawing from your child
  • Annual report about your child’s country, community and circumstances
  • Detailed Impact Report for extra funds donated*

* Where available or applicable

Sponsors are Transforming the Lives of Children All Over the World

Served By the Program
Food Packs Distributed
Birth Certificates Obtained
Students Enrolled