Friday, November 18, 2011

D'Arch teams up with ChildFund!

We are pleased to announce that ChildFund International is the sponsor of David Archuleta’s “My Kind of Christmas Tour,” December 2011.
A noted philanthropist, David is especially concerned about helping children in need. Partnering with ChildFund is an exciting new opportunity to reach out to underprivileged children, notes David. “I believe that every child has incredible potential. Through its sponsorship program, ChildFund ensures that children have access to education, clean water and health care. Working together, we can change childhoods. And that’s the first step toward creating a better world.”
The heart of ChildFund International is the one-to-one connection made through child sponsorship. ChildFund will join David on his upcoming tour – at each venue current ChildFund sponsors will be on hand to share their own sponsorship experiences and assist with signing up new sponsors. Patrons signing up for a child sponsorship at one of the shows, paying by credit card, will have an opportunity to receive a ChildFund bracelet and an exclusive gift from David.
ChildFund’s mission:
  • To help deprived, excluded and vulnerable children living in poverty have the capacity to become young adults, parents and leaders who bring lasting and positive change to their communities.
  • To promote societies whose individuals and institutions participate in valuing, protecting and advancing the worth and the rights of children.

ChildFund International works in 31 countries, assisting approximately 13.5 million children and their family members, regardless of race, creed or gender. Their distinctive approach focuses on working with children throughout their journey from birth to young adulthood, as well as with families, local organizations and communities globally to create the environments children need to thrive.
Look out for the ChildFund table at your “My Kind of Christmas” show, and help a child in need!
To learn more about ChildFund International sponsorships now, please visit

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