Sponsor A Child

Hasmin’s Friends is a child sponsorship program that aims to break the cycle of poverty through assisting the poorest of the poor educationally, economically and spiritually.

For less than the cost of a daily cup of coffee, you can help a child who is barely surviving the effects of abject poverty. These are children who are known and cared for by our indigenous staff at each center. Through Vapor’s ministry model, they get to know the children, share the Gospel with them and disciple them as they grow in their faith. All the while, the staff is noticing and caring for the most basic needs of the child. 

$62 per month provides:

  • Quality education – including tuition, books supplies & school uniforms
  • Optional post-secondary education opportunities
  • Supplemental food
  • Basic medical assessments & treatments (when necessary)
  • Evangelism & life-on-life discipleship through Vapor’s sports leagues

When you choose to sponsor a child, you will receive a biography with some basic information about his or her life. You will also have the opportunity to exchange correspondence three times a year, along with an annual update on the anniversary of your initial sponsorship. Most of all, you will receive the blessing of providing hope and sustainable life change for “one of the least of these.”

Vapor Ministries is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 entity, so every donation is tax-deductible to the full extent permitted by the law.

Sign up for Hasmin’s Friends!


Vapor Ministries shall have the power to modify any restriction or condition on the distribution of funds for any specified charitable purposes or to specified organizations if, in the sole judgment of Vapor Ministries (without the approval of any trustee, custodian, or agent), such restriction or condition becomes, in effect, unnecessary, incapable of fulfillment, or inconsistent with the strategic direction or charitable needs of the community or area served. Restricted funds contributed to specific purposes may be applied against either forthcoming or recently incurred expenditures in the area of restriction.