• Like many other young men in the Dominican Republic, Salomón thought playing professional baseball was his only path out
of poverty. But when he became a part of Children of the Nations, his sponsors made it possible for him to get an education
and dream about careers other than playing baseball. Today, Salomón
works as a doctor for our clinic in the Dominican Republic!
Salomón works as a doctor for Children of the Nations!
When you give to Children of the Nations, you can give with confidence, knowing we will stretch every dollar and pinch every penny
to help children rise up out of poverty and transform their nations.
But we aren’t just asking for a donation. We are asking you to become a part of the Children of the Nations family.
“We want your heart,” says Chris Clark, founder and CEO of Children of the Nations.
So many of our generous donors are also volunteers. We send about 450 people to our countries every year (excepting the COVID-19
pandemic). Many volunteers have served in advisory roles and volunteer positions, put together meal packages, packed shipping
containers with resources to send to the children, and so much more.
There is truly a role for every person who wants to make lasting, meaningful change in children’s lives.
We have seen time and time again the difference these donations make, whether people are giving their resources, time, or expertise.
With a commitment to financial integrity and the help of generous donors, nations are being transformed!
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