In my last post, I introduced you to three precious children being cared for at Mama Mayila's Cradle in Sierra Leone. Since then, I am tickled to say, we have had several inquiries about them. Liam now has a family doing their best to get him the medical help he so desperately needs! And Noah has a family pursing his adoption! That's a BIG Praise the Lord!
Today I would like to introduce you to two more Littles who also need help. They are August and Sid.
"August" is approximately 6 years old. As you can see in his picture, August has a tendency to fall and when he does, he hits his head. He desperately needs a helmet to protect him from further head injury. He is also thought to have epilepsy and "diminished capacity." August was abandoned, and is in need of a loving forever family who can provide him the medical and emotional support he will need to meet his full potential. He really is a sweet boy. Are you willing to take the leap to pursue him as your son?
This little pumpkin is "SID". He's about 4 years old, a quiet little thing, but very attentive to that which goes on around him. He has two living parents, but they are unable to provide his much needed medical intervention. Sid fell in a fire, and because he did not receive good medical care, he has much scaring from his burns. One of his hands healed so that it pulled backward in a flexed position and his fingers webbed together. He still has movement in it so there is hope. He is going to need reconstructive surgery. We are hoping to find someone to sponsor him for a medical visa where he can receive much needed medical care and then return to his family with increased quality of life. Are you the person to offer that help? If you are interested in finding out more, please let me know and I will point you in the right direction.
Both of these boys are in need of Sponsors. For as little as $125 a month per child, you can provide for their housing, food, clothing and specialized care. You can partially sponsor one of them for $75 per month, per child. Here's a link to their page. Just click on the child's picture.
To the world you may be just one person, but to one person - child - you can mean the world.
Thank you for your help!