Why Deaf Child Correspondence is Key

September 4, 2018

Communication is important in any successful relationship. For our sponsored Deaf children and the people who sponsor them, it is vital. Our correspondence program is something we cherish and are…

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4 Boys Enroll in Secondary School for the Deaf

March 8, 2018

Lance’s Deaf Orphans (LDO) celebrated a monumental success in 2017–not one, two, or even three, but FOUR Deaf boys graduated to the next level of education. With persistence, determination, and academic vigor,…

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Twin Deaf Girls In Uganda Find Hope Because Of A Simple Step Of Action

December 30, 2017

Heather King (no relation to our President JD King) was on a trip to Uganda.  She met two Deaf girls that she fell in love with.  These beautiful deaf girls…

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A FaceTime Greeting From Haiti

May 17, 2017

The Kings FaceTime Jeffson, Their Sponsored Deaf Child In Haiti! The King family, JD, Tia, McKenzie, Dakota, and Kassidy, have been sponsoring Jeffson through Deaf Child Hope for eight years…

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Mother Brought Food On A Donkey From Miles Away

December 9, 2016

Lisa Van Sant is from a small town in Iowa and is the mother of a deaf son as well as an adopted deaf daughter, Hannah, from China, who is…

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The Red Ball

November 2, 2015

Marisol is a six-year-old deaf girl living in Matamoros, Mexico.  When she was born, the doctor told her mom she would never live past the age of one—but she has! …

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Meet Anderlande!

September 7, 2015

The first time I met Anderlande I knew she was special in so many ways.  This beautiful girl is SUCH a bright student and so excited and willing to learn…

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Beni

August 14, 2015

Full Name:  Beni Blaj Beni is four years old and currently lives in Cincinnati and has had some very challenging health issues.  Even though he has been through many surgeries…

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Bob

July 28, 2015

When Bob (whose real name is Jean) arrived at the school in Mirebalais, on the Central Plateau in Haiti, he was very withdrawn (photo #1).  He would not interact with…

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