Raise Hopes and potential of an Afghan Child!
Become a LIFT UP Education Partner.
Feeding and caring for the body is life giving. Feeding and caring for the mind and soul is life-changing.
BELOW ARE PHOTOS OF THE 230+ STUDENTS CURRENTLY IN GRADES 1-3 AT THE SCHOOL SUPPORTED AND OPERATED BY SOZO IN AFGHANISTAN.
At our school in Kabul, Afghanistan, we educate and care for street-working children. These children come from very poor families in a difficult war-torn place where unemployment is very high, many families have no source of income, and some have lost everything, including lives, due to violence and oppression. These children now have the opportunity to learn, be encouraged, eat a hot meal each day (which helps their families, too), get health screenings and health care, and get donated supplies, warm coats and boots, and more.
At Sozo’s school, children who endure many hardships begin to have hopes and dreams of becoming a doctor, nurse, teacher, and more! They see that they can make a difference and want to make their homes and country a better place. Through education, Sozo and our supporters—together—are making an impact that has the ability to transform lives, families, communities, and futures!
To sustain education for these students, grow Sozo’s school to include additional grades and accommodate children on waiting lists (siblings, etc.), and make a difference in our students lives, they (and we) need your financial and prayer support.
Ready to Become a Lift Up Partner?
CHOOSE A CHILD FROM THE PHOTOS BELOW
Click the link to send us an email to confirm the student(s) you will “Lift Up”.
COMMIT TO PRAY
• Commit to pray weekly for this specific child
• Commit to pray for Sozo School in general
MEET LIFT UP EDUCATION NEEDS
Provide financial support for a child’s education: $35/month, or a one-time gift of $420 supports a child in Sozo’s school for one year.
OUR GOAL IS FOR EACH CHILD TO be supported financially and to have at least one lift up education prayer partner PER STUDENT.
The “∆” symbol shown for each child INDICATES that they have a partner.
Benjamin, Age 9
Benjamin has 3 siblings. His mother is unemployed and his father is a driver.
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Sahil, Age 8
Sahil has 3 siblings. His mother and father are both unemployed at this time.
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Naseem, Age 10
Naseem has 6 siblings. His mother does not have work at this time. His father is a beggar.
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Ahmad Melot, Age 8
Ahmad Melot has 3 siblings. His mother is unemployed and his father sells vegetables.
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