As Easter approaches, now is a perfect time to connect with your sponsored child or student and share the joy of the season.

A letter from you can make a lasting impact and brighten such a joyous occasion. Your words can be a source of comfort and inspiration, reminding your sponsored child that they are cared for and cherished. Let your letter be a testament to the love and support that transcends distances, bringing Easter joy to your sponsored child’s day.




Here is a list of ideas for crafting a thoughtful letter expressing your love and Easter wishes:

  • Wish your sponsored child a Happy Easter and ask what they are learning about in school.
  • Ask your sponsored child to share their own Easter traditions or memories, such as a special meal they have, an activity they like to do, or a tradition they look forward to.
  • Use your letter to express your gratitude for the opportunity to be part of your sponsored child’s life and how grateful you are to be able to help make a difference in their future.
  • Ask your sponsored child about their dreams and aspirations and offer words of encouragement or guidance for achieving their goals.
  • Include a simple message of love and support, such as, “I am thinking of you and praying for you,” or “You are special and loved.”
  • Share your favorite uplifting Bible verses to celebrate this season of renewal and hope.
  • Celebrate their achievements and offer support for the challenges they may face.
  • Remember you can include photos and/or a sheet of stickers for younger sponsored children!                                




Your letter has the power to become a bridge of connection, fostering a sense of solidarity during this celebration of our risen Savior. Expressing your love and support goes a long way in empowering your sponsored child to keep pursuing their dreams of becoming a Christ-centered leader in their community.

Let your words serve as a meaningful reminder of the love and hope that we all share in Jesus.


By Reanna Pettigrew, Marketing Writer/Coordinator at Children of the Nations