Two new bundles of cuteness have just arrived in the Clubfoot Casting Unit at An Orphan’s Wish.
**Wow!! Sweet little “P” has had a donor come forward to fully sponsor her! Thank you SO much, Cindy! What fantastic news for this precious one 🙂
Meet little “P”. She was born in August 2009 with clubfoot.
Don’t you just want to squeeze her?
** And little L now has three sponsors! And her new name is LuLu… I LOVE it!! Thank you so much, Martha, Michelle and Dena!
And here is sweet “L”. Born in December 2009, she also has clubfoot.
I can’t stand it. Those cheeks are killing me.
Neither of these baby girls have a sponsor yet. Wooohoooo!!
If you’re interested in setting up a sponsorship, please follow the directions below.
If you have any questions about sponsorships, please email us at email@example.com.
As a sponsor, you will receive regular reports and photos of your child, so you can learn more about their personality, and witness their growth and progress. You will be amazed at the transformation… all because of your support and generosity.
To see a sample report, click here.
Once your sponsorship has been set up, we’ll contact you to share a bit more about your sponsored child. And if you are the first sponsor, we’ll let you know that as well, so you can select her English name**.
To sponsor one of these newest arrivals, go here.
Select “Clubfoot Casting Unit”.
Once you’ve added a sponsorship to your ‘cart’, you’ll have a spot to leave a message… just let us know the initial of the child you’d like to sponsor.
And we’ll do the rest!
And don’t forget, during our 100 Sponsors in 100 Days, all new sponsors will receive a free gift. You can read more details here.
P.S. If you already sponsor a child through An Orphan’s Wish and would like to display a button on your blog with their picture on it, just leave a comment and I’ll send you one! We’d be grateful to have you show your support 🙂
**The only stipulation in choosing your sponsored child’s name is that it cannot currently belong to a child at An Orphan’s Wish. The children are given ‘English’ names to protect their privacy. To meet all the kiddos, go here.