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4 41st St S
Birmingham, AL, 35222

(205) 208-0016

Sozo Children exists to further the gospel while saving children in need. Children are in need across this world, and one by one, Sozo Children is reaching each of them. We don't presume to conquer poverty on our own, but by the grace of God, and the movement of the Church, Sozo Children is one avenue through which orphans find families. 

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Our Program

OUR PROGRAM

Sozo Children’s Child Development Program exists to connect individuals with vulnerable children through our sponsorship program. 


SPONSORSHIP SPOTLIGHT
ELIJAH KAYONDO

Meet Elijah Kayondo. Elijah is from the Kawuku village in Uganda and will be entering University in the fall. Elijah’s father is deceased and his mother, Sarah, is a house mom at Sozo. While Mama Sarah lives at Sozo, she rents a room for Elijah in their home village. Mama Sarah was able to pay for Elijah’s school fees until he completed secondary school; however, due to other financial obligations and the increased cost associated with entering University, she is unable to financially support Elijah in University. Sozo Children conducted a household assessment to determine Elijah’s eligibility for sponsorship and it was determined that he is in need of sponsors to cover his tuition costs as he pursues his Bachelors Degree. Elijah is currently in need of sponsors to cover 6 segments of his sponsorship. The total amount needed for his sponsorship is $210/month. This amount can be divided into $35/month increments. Email Riley at riley@sozochildren.org for more information or click the link below to begin sponsoring Elijah today.


Sponsorship Testimonial

"He has impacted my life far more than I could ever hope to impact his."
- Kyndall, Child Sponsor

SEE THE NEED

Watch to see the need in Uganda, Sozo’s mission for meeting the need, and how day to day operations are funded.