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Sponsorship and School Support Needs


Looking for a way to invest your time, money, or talents?




There are two specific areas where we can use your help. We would love for you to partner with us in one of the following ways:


Child Sponsorship

Our most pressing need is for sponsors in our Gerona Preschool Program.  We currently have 5 children who will have to leave the preschool if we can’t find sponsors for them. You can read more about how this Preschool Program got started here.

Once we find sponsors for the Gerona preschool kids, we will have an ongoing need for sponsors of kids at Casita Adonai and the community of Gerona.


Sponsorship costs $40 per month and helps cover tuition and/or food staples.


Financial Support for Casita Adonai

      One of our greatest burdens is finding a way to keep the doors of this school open.  Because of the poverty in the community, it is very hard for us to increase tuition and yet, we are required by law to pay the teachers a salary that they deserve, but that is impossible to cover with tuition alone.  Our Board of Directors is looking for creative solutions but in the meantime we are short $1,500 per month.  We either need monthly donors or people who can host fundraisers to support this need. Casita Adonai offers a safe, loving environment for kids who would be lost in the overcrowded public schools.  Will you help us support the school?  

Monthly donors
If you would like to donate monthly, you can set up your payments here


Host a fundraiser
Would you like to host an event? We would be happy to provide information about the needs as well as any materials. Contact us if you would like to help in this way!


Thank you for investing.  We couldn’t do any of this without you!  If you have ideas of ways that you can partner with us, please let us know!  We would love to brainstorm with you. 



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