What Every Manna4Lempira Sponsor Needs to Know




Connecting with your sponsored child:

  1. You may correspond with your sponsored child. Letters for the Manna 4 Lempira Programs are due on the 5th of odd numbered months—January, March, May, etc.
  2. Letters are received by mail and by email. Please direct correspondence to:

                      606 Tranquility Way                     
                      McDonough, GA 30252



  1. You may send small paper gifts to your child such as paper folders, stickers, coloring pages, and photos. The total thickness of your envelope should be no more than ¼”.
  2. We can not accept physical or monetary gifts for children with your letters.
  3. Your child will send letters to you between 3-6 times each year.
  4. You may visit your child during one of our scheduled Manna 4 Lempira Team Trips. For information, email kim@sowers4pastors.com
  5. You will receive an updated photo of your child once each year. When letters or benefits are delivered, we make every effort to take a photo of each child. You may see new photos of your child 6 or more times a year.
  6. Once per year, sponsors have the opportunity to send a backpack or gifts to their sponsored child through our Backpack Project. These bags or gifts are collected during the months of September and October. For more information, email kim@sowers4pastors.com


Stay Connected:

  1. Keep up to date on photos, deadlines and special opportunities through our Facebook Page: facebook.com/manna4lempira
  2. Join the Manna Sponsors Forum on Facebook to connect with other sponsors and get great ideas for letters, backpacks, and more!
  3. View our correspondence Video on YouTube: 


Child Protection:

  1. We reserve the right to cancel any sponsorship at any time when we feel that it is not in the best interest of the child.
  2. We reserve the right to limit correspondence when we feel that it is not in the best interest of the child.
  3. We reserve the right to deny visitation of any child in our program when we feel that it is not in the child’s best interest.