Children around the world
are just one step away from a life-changing surgery.
Help transform a life by sponsoring a child for treatment.
TRANSFORM A LIFE
Take part in transforming the life of a child and their community through our sponsorship program. All funds go directly to serving the child's medical care by covering transportation, medical needs, and other costs associated with their surgical treatment. Learn more about the children awaiting treatment and consider sponsoring their cases today.
10 yrs, Iraq,
Hawraa came to the US with her twin Massooma in 2019 to have orthopedic surgery to improve her mobility. She has improved so much, and still speaks a little English while in Iraq! Help her return to the United States for her final surgical procedure.
10 yrs, Iraq,
Massooma came to the US with her twin Hawraa in 2019 to have orthopedic surgery to improve her mobility. She is doing great, and walking better than before! Help her return to the United States for her final surgical procedure.
24 yrs, Kenya,
John is a previous patient of Childspring International. Because John does not have family at home to support him at home in Kenya, we continue to help him access life-saving asthma medications. Help John stay healthy and sponsor this case today!
14 yrs, Jamaica, Scoliosis
Shaequan just started high school and is looking forward to continuing her studies! She needs a critical surgery to repair her spine before it's too late. Sponsor this case now to help Shaequan overcome scoliosis and enjoy her time at school pain-free.
15 yrs, El Salvador,
Francisco lives with cerebral palsy and is limited in his mobility. He needs orthopedic surgery to allow him to move more freely and achieve. Sponsor his case today to help Francisco improve his quality of life!
3 yrs, Iraq,
Facial and Mandibular Hemangioma
Raimas suffers from a life-threatening hemangioma that must be treated as soon as possible. We are ready to bring her to a US hospital as soon as it is safe to do so! Be a sponsor for Raimas and help transform her life!