Sponsor A Student
Sponsor a Student, and You’ll Invest in the Future of a Nation
When you sponsor a student giving them the opportunity for a college education, you won’t just be helping an individual but an entire nation. Each student studying at TLC has the opportunity to become a leader in their community, country, and even the world.
These are the students who need a sponsor.
Yudy is from Francia Colon. She is 19 and has three siblings. She enjoys reading, volleyball and music. She wants to begin her own business and show other women in Honduras that it is possible to become independent and successful.
Dessy is from Santa Rosita, Comayagua and is 20 years of age. Both her parents died and so lives with her three siblings with her aunt. She enjoys reading and spending time with her family. Her goal is to finish her education so that she is prepared to help her family and community.
Blanca is 19 and from Oropoli, Paraiso. She enjoys homelife, serving in her church, teaching children in her church and community. Her goal is to learn English, preparing herself to help the youth in her community, and starting her own business so as to provide employment to the most needy people in her community.
Karen is 19 and from San Jose Comayagua. She has six siblings; her father works in agriculture. She enjoys exercising, working with the youth of her church and leading community activities. Her goal is to improve her academic abilities so she is better able to help others in her community.
Roxana is 18 and came to TLC from Orphanage Emmanuel in Guiamaca. She enjoys listening to Praise music, exercising and reading. Her goals include learning as much as she can so she can teach and help others accomplish their goals and live successful lives
Belkis is 22 and from San Jose, Comayagua. She enjoys reading, music and spending time with friends. Her goal is to be a successful person that helps others.
Heldy is 19 and from Santa Rosita, Comayagua. She has three siblings. Her father died during her youth. She enjoys family time, reading the Bible and worship music. Her goal is to have a business to help people in her community.
Glenda is 21 and came to us from Orphanage Emmanuel in Guaimaca. She enjoys music and helping others. Her goal is to be successful so she can help others by her example as well as by her deeds.
Elvia is 19 and from Santa Cruz de Yojoa and is the younger sister of one of the more senior students, Betis. She comes from a very large rural family with many siblings. She enjoys reading, music and playing soccer. Her goal is to be an excellent leader and example for her country and to help take care of her family.
Abigail is from Marbella, Cortes. She is 22 and has 3 siblings. She enjoys reading, church activities and listening to music. Her goal is to graduate from The Leadership Center so she can be prepared to help her community and family. She wants to be a good example for many people in her country.
Norbentina is from Trujillo, Colon. She is 22 and lived with her mother, nieces and nephews. Her father died many years ago. She enjoys reading and exercise. Her goal is to set an example for others and improve the quality of life for her family and community
Rosa Angelica is from Lerida, Colon. She is 19 and lives with her mother and siblings. Her father abandoned the family years ago. She enjoys reading especially about health and psychology. Her main goal at this time is to learn English.
Dayana is 23 and from Puerto Cortes. She was orphaned and raised by her grandparents. She enjoys playing guitar and swimming. Her goal is to become a professional person with great ethics
Mirian is 19 and from Azucualpa, Santa Barbara. Because of family problems, she lived with her cousins. She enjoys reading, playing soccer and volunteering in her church. Her goals include learning English, helping her family and community, and complete her studies at The Leadership Center.
Your sponsorship provides for the total needs of a deserving student, who otherwise would be unable to receive an education. When you sponsor a student at The Leadership Center, your donation helps them get an excellent college education, provides for their room and board, and supplies them with essentials, including toiletries, linens and, if needed, shoes, clothing, and dental and eye care. As a sponsor, you are welcome to visit the campus to teach, mentor, and get to know the student you sponsor.
Because we are an all volunteer organization, you can sponsor a student for only $120 per month, per student. If a full sponsorship is more than you feel comfortable with, consider a 50% sponsorship for $60 or a 25% sponsorship for $30. A student can be sponsored by an individual or by a group of friends, a book club, an office, a sports team, a civic association, a charity or church group, etc. We welcome all sponsors!
You may select the specific students who need sponsorship, and then easily set up an automatic monthly donation with your credit card by clicking here.
If you have questions, feel free to Email us.
Whatever you can do to help sponsor a student will make a big difference and be greatly appreciated.
This brief impromptu video was made as a few students wanted to singing with Joseph. It gives you a glimpse of things routinely happening on campus.
For a larger view, click on lower right hand corner of the video frame.
Your donations make a big difference in the lives of the poor… the difference in being destitute and becoming self sufficient.
It is easy to make your sponsorship donation happen automatically each month with your credit card by clicking here.