Do My Letters Really Matter?

In short, YES! The support letter you write serves a pivotal role in making the child you partner with feel known, special, and encouraged. For many children, your letters become a precious gift they keep for years.

In our busy lives, we know writing letters can be a challenge. Setting aside intentional time to write to your child is hard enough, let alone knowing what to say to make a meaningful connection. It takes time and energy, but we promise the investment of your time reaps so much joy in the life of a vulnerable child as they learn they are loved and thought of by someone across the world.

Here are some tips to help you get started.

Therefore encourage one another and build one another up, just as you are doing. 1 Thessalonias 5:7

No time to send a handwritten letter? No worries! Email your typed letter to sarah@25project.org. For additional resources visit our Sponsor Resources page.

Investment Opportunities

Do you love to write letters and have time to invest in a child?  If you do not sponsor a child but would like to write an encouraging letter to a child, please contact Sarah Teasdale, sarah@25project.org, to find out how. We are always looking for volunteers to write letters to our children and youth!

Want to make an eternal difference in the life of a child?  We have many children in need. Click on this link to meet a child waiting for YOU.Youth reading her letter from her sponsor.Alpha in Sierra Leone excited about the letter and pictures his sponsors sent.Harshita in South Asia responding to her sponsor's letter.

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.

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June 24, 2020

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