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Disaster Recovery: Making Life Better than Before

Mozambique cyclone disaster damage to trees and buildings

Disaster recovery is a long and complex process. It’s much more than getting enough food and water to needy families. It’s about bringing hope and vision to devastated parents and children. At church, I’m preparing to teach on the book of Job. You may remember that Job lost everything — his home, his children, his […]

5 Reasons Why Refugee Children Need Vaccines

Rohingya refugee families sit inside a home in Bangladesh

When Salamot Khan was just a few months old, his family fled their home in Myanmar to seek safety across the border in Bangladesh. Salamot became one of about half a million children living in the Rohingya refugee camps outside of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Children like him have suffered trauma, witnessed violence, and still experience […]

How the Birth of a Rohingya Baby Overcame Tragedy

Rohingya refugee mother in headscarf holds her new baby, born in the Kutapalong refugee camp in 2019.

Like many moms, Khusida couldn’t wait to meet the baby she had carried for 40 weeks. Her life had been so hard. She and her husband Mohammad had fled violence and bloodshed in Myanmar. Now, they lived with nearly a million other Rohingya refugees in a sprawling camp in neighboring Bangladesh.  Life for a Rohingya refugee […]

Photo Essay: Capturing Sacred Moments in Cox’s Bazar

Daniel White, FH's Director of Artist/Speaker Relations and humanitarian photographer, recently went on a trip to see FH's work with the Rohingya refugees in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.

Of all the places I’ve traveled to and of all the people I’ve had the opportunity to meet, no one else has shared a story with so much pain than the story Bennu and Darkar shared with me during a recent trip to Bangladesh. Here’s how she began: “The Burmese people kicked us out of […]

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Gift Policy:
You may send small, flat paper-based items that can fit into a standard #10 size envelope, have a value of less than $5 dollars and weigh less than 4 ounces. We ask that you send small, flat items of this size because shipping is expensive and even small gift items can cause issues clearing customs.
You can send postcards or photographs, however, we ask that you visit here for more details about culturally appropriate guidelines for photos and other images. Please write the child’s ID # on the back of each item that you enclose with your letter to ensure that it reaches him/her.
Best gifts to send your sponsored child:
  • Paper dolls
  • Postcards
  • Pictures of yourself or family
  • Sports cards, individual cards (baseball, soccer, football)
  • Stickers (flat, paper-based, only a few at a time)
  • Paper-based simple bookmarks, stationery, drawing, or writing paper (single sheets)
  • Coloring pages (single sheets, not books)
  • Please do NOT send:
  • Monetary gifts
  • Liquids, candy, or food
  • Batteries or magnets
Please note, all items should be compliant with airline transport and safety regulations. Gifts that don’t meet the gift policy will be donated to a local Christian non-profit organization in Phoenix, Arizona, that works with low-income families. We will not be able to return them.