Child sponsorship is a unique system of committed giving, which involves creating a relationship between a sponsor (usually from a rich industrialised country like the USA or Australia) and a child living in a developing country or a poor community within an industrialised country (such as native Americans in the US).

Sponsors and children usual exchange letters, with the sponsor also able to visit "their" child.

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