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Your Sponsored Child's Birthday

Your Sponsored Child's Birthday

   Halle Erwin
   8 March 2019

With all this talk of birthdays going on last week, let’s talk about your sponsored child’s birthday. Did you know that you can send your child a birthday gift through your Sponsor Dashboard? This is a fun way to share love and support in a tangible way for your sponsored child.

Soccer balls, crayons and markers, groceries, sunglasses, a new outfit, toiletries, and more mean the world to your child and their family. We hope you'll take advantage of this feature for your sponsored child! It's such a quick and easy way to show a little extra love. 

Plus, sending gifts through your Sponsor Dashboard has so many benefits.

Two major advantages of sending a gift to your child through your Sponsor Dashboard: 

1) Your sponsored child's local economy benefits from the purchase of these items.
2) Your sponsorship dollars are going farther as the cost of shipping is eliminated. 

Once you've navigated to your Sponsor Dashboard, you'll see a button to send a personal gift to your child at their CarePoint. 

By following the instructions for each of your sponsored children, you'll then find the available gift options. The options right now include a toy, clothing, and groceries for your child and their family.

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