How the program works

EFFECTIVE, AFFORDABLE, APPROACHABLE SPONSORSHIP

Through the Vineyard Child Sponsorship Program you can forever change the life of an underprivileged child in Mexico. When you sponsor with Vineyard Ministries Central Mexico...

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Vineyard Child Sponsorship

$180/year or $15/month

48 weekly meals
A chaperoned field trip
A pair of new shoes
A set of school supplies
Weekly bible classes
Individual Prayer for each child
A safe place to meet and play
A seasonal party at one of our Community Centers
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VCS-Feeding-Icon.pngYOU FEED A CHILD A WEEKLY NUTRIENT RICH MEAL SO THEY CAN GROW UP HEALTHY.

VCS-Education-Icon.pngYOU GIVE A CHILD THE HOPE FOR A NEW FUTURE WHICH ENCOURAGES THEM TO ATTEND SCHOOL.

VCS-Community-Icon.pngYOU CAN BUILD A RELATIONSHIP WITH A CHILD THAT SHOWS THEY ARE LOVED AND VALUED BY GOD.

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program-works2.jpgThe Vineyard Child Sponsorship Program is administered through our Community Centers of Hope. It is designed to feed the whole child. It provides food for their bodies, minds and spirits. By feeding their mind, body, and spirit, we are helping to break the cycle of poverty that plagues these families.

We feed their mind by working with the parents to encourage school attendance and participation. We feed their body by providing access to 48 healthy meals each year. We feed their spirit by showing the children they are loved and valued by God and by people.

How we deliver our benefits at a minimal cost

Our programs are focused on children in the 4 -14 age window whom we have the greatest chance to reach with the Gospel message and to develop a positive trajectory for their lives.

WE HAVE A UNIQUE APPROACH THAT ALLOWS US TO DELIVER THESE EFFECTIVE PROGRAMS AT MINIMAL COST, WHILE DELIVERING THE VAST MAJORITY OF FUNDS DIRECTLY TO THE CHILDREN:

  1. Established Community Centers of Hope in each of the cities in which we operate.
  2. Passionate local leadership
  3. A large dedicated volunteer team
  4. No leadership salaries used from sponsorship funds
  5. Operating expenses identified by individual program i.e. transportation, materials, community center maintenance.