FAQs

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What is Children International?
Children International is a humanitarian organization that works to fight poverty through child sponsorship.

Where do they work?
Children International implements its programs in the United States, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Colombia, Chile, India, Zambia, Guatemala, Honduras and the Philippines. 

When did they start working and where do they work in the Philippines?
Children International started its work in the Philippines in 1982 and currently operates in Manila, Quezon City, Caloocan City, Navotas, Malabon, Bulacan and Albay.

How can I help?
You can help through child sponsorship, which connects a needy child with a sponsor who makes regular contributions and helps provide basic tools a child needs to one day become a healthy, educated and productive adult. You can also work as a volunteer in any of our centers. 

Can I adopt a child?
Children International does not implement adoption programs. 

How does Children International raise funds?
The majority of Children International’s funding comes from individuals and corporate contributions. Consumers Digest magazine has selected Children International as a leading development and humanitarian organization based on our efficiency with donations. Children International is also a member of the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance.