Hope 103.2 will make radio history on Wednesday March 28, by partnering with Compassion Australia, and our listeners, to sponsor an entire village.
On the island of Masbate in the Philippines, 200 children from rural villages in areas like Mandaon, are joining a new Compassion project to see them lifted out of poverty and into health, hope and a brighter future. But it’s a team effort; we need listeners to step in and sponsor a child.
Sponsored kids will join a program run by the local church, providing for their education, food and medical needs, and teaching them the gospel message of God’s love. Follow the links below to learn more or to sponsor a child now.
Sponsor a Child
Pop Princess Dami Im Joins Hope on a Mission to Change 200 Young Lives
We couldn’t tell you at the time—but when Sam and Duncan flew off on their ‘Top Secret Mission’, two very special people joined them: pop singer Dami Im, and husband Noah.
How a Little Girl Called Michelle Found a Place in Sam Robinson’s Heart
In the struggling village of Cabitan in the Philippines, 200 children are waiting to be sponsored in Hope 103.2’s ‘Sponsor-A-Village’ campaign on March 28. But breakfast host Sam Robinson couldn’t wait until then. Read More
Born into Poverty After Failed Abortion: But Now Baby Anne’s Future is Bright
One of Sam and Duncan’s most memorable encounters on their ‘Top Secret Mission’ to the Philippines, was meeting a 15-year-old girl named Baby Anne, whose life has been changed by the Compassion sponsorship program. Read More
Hope Listeners to Change 200 Kids’ Lives by ‘Sponsoring a Village’
Have you ever joined in sponsoring an entire village? On Wednesday March 28 that’s what Hope 103.2 listeners will be doing, to support 200 children from a village in the Philippines. Read More
Transformed: How Sponsorship has Changed the Lives of These Filipino Kids
If you’re wondering whether sponsoring a child is really worthwhile, it helps to check in with someone like Rema Reyes, director of a Compassion centre that’s been running for 10 years now in the Philippines.