4 Steps to Changing a Life

Do you ever wonder if sponsorship is too complicated? Well, sponsoring through the 25 Project is simple and more importantly you can change a life! Through our sponsorship program, Name Changers, a child or youth’s life is impacted greatly and our prayer is that your life will be impacted as well. Once you decide changing a life through sponsorship is right for you, what’s next?

The Sponsorship Path

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Select a child in need of sponsorship and make your commitment of $36 or $72 per month. We have many boys and girls available in a wide array of ages.
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  • Your sponsored child’s story
  • Child’s picture
  • Overview of our sponsorship program
  • List of frequently asked questions
  • A template on which to write to your sponsored child
  • Guide to writing to your sponsored child
  • Sample sponsorship letters
  • Facts about the country from where you sponsor
    Sponsorship Packet Sample

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Once you read through your packet, be ready to write to your sponsored child on the enclosed template. This is a chance for you to pour into your child or youth, but also it is a chance for you to get to know your child or youth.

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Wait for your response letter and picture. You can expect to receive 1-2 letters per year as well as updated pictures and periodic updates on the program.

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If you have any questions about your Sponsorship Path contact: Sarah Teasdale//Director of Name Changers//sarah@25project.org//972-521-7325

Sarah Teasdale

Sarah Teasdale serves as the Senior Director of Operations for the 25 Project. Sarah served 11 years in McKinney ISD as a teacher, instructional coach, and assistant principal before joining the 25 Project team in 2014. Sarah, and her husband Gary, serve at First McKinney.


Sarah Teasdale


May 11, 2017