ABOUT BLUE DOOR SPONSORSHIP
Blue Door Sponsorship is a subsidiary of Blue Door Ministries, Incorporated, a registered 501(c)3 non-profit, tax-exempt organization.
"Speak out on behalf of the voiceless, and for the rights of all who are vulnerable. Speak out in order to judge with righteousness and to defend the needy and the poor."
- Proverbs 31: 8-9
Our goal is to see the fatherless, poor, and unreached children that God has a heart for rescued, restored, and sponsored. Blue Door is a gateway to connect Americans to one of the most joyful and Holy-Spirit filled places in the world, the ABC Harvest School in Kenya. We are the voice here in America for the children who so desperately need hope through a monthly sponsor and the millions more on the streets who are waiting to be taken in. Every child who recieves a sponsor, another abandoned child can be rescued from a life filled with despair.
About the Sponsorship Program
Through Blue Door Sponsorship, you can sponsor a child rescued by the international educational program, The ABC Center. Together, ABC and Blue Door Sponsorship spread hope by providing children with food, education, medical care, and a spiritual family. In most cases, the ABC Center also serves as a safe shelter for children who would otherwise be left to fend for themselves on the streets. ABC is a place of healing, teaching, hope, and love.
Whether a child is simply enrolled in dayschool or is living on-campus, ABC serves as a tight-knit community that focuses on providing quality education, engaging extra-curricular activities, personal development, supportive relationships, and spiritual growth. Your sponsorship makes it possible for a child to experience this incredible opportunity.
About The ABC Center
Thorunn Helgadottir, from Iceland, started the ABC Center in Kenya 7 years ago. She loves God with all of her heart and works to serve Him every day by rescuing the children off of the streets and giving them food, medical care, safety, education, and a place to sleep. Approximately 400 children attend school each day at the ABC Center and return home to the slums each night. The families of these children have hope that their kids now have an opportunity to get out of poverty. About 150 children actually live at the ABC Center, because their parents are unable to care for them, or they have no family at all. Thorunn and her team reach out to the abandoned and abused children living on the streets of Nairobi and take them to the ABC Center where they are accepted into a loving family.
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