Lungta is in need of sponsors!
Lungta is intelligent, hard working, and responsible. Her house mother considers her the most reliable family member in terms of responsibility and is very fond of her. She has pleasant personality with big smile to match!
She is natural dancer. During staff day, she performed for everyone. Her dancing is best described as graceful and effortless.
Child ID: 0606023
When you sponsor a child, you have an opportunity to build a relationship with your child through letters and photos.
Minimum sponsorships are $400 USD per year or $35 per month.
If you live in the US: Your contributions are tax-deductible under U.S. tax regulations. As a non-profit, Jhamtse International is tax exempt in the United States under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code.
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Your US tax-deductible contribution of just $35 a month connects a child living in extreme poverty with loving care and a quality education. Sponsoring a child will profoundly change the future for your child and other children, and will change your own life as well. Our sponsorship program is at the heart and soul of Jhamtse Gatsal.
Our children arrive scared, neglected, abandoned, scrawny and subdued - with little hope for survival, let alone education. Many suffer from malnutrition and have run the risk of starvation. Access to clean water, reliable healthcare and preventative medicine in remote villages often means greater risk from even simple medical concerns. Your sponsorship will give these children a chance to heal. Your support provides:
A loving and compassionate home and family
Health and hygiene training
Medical and dental checkups
Support through higher education until their first day of work