BRAZIL

THERE ARE 42 CHILDREN IN BRAZIL HOPING FOR A SPONSOR LIKE YOU.

Brazil is one of the highest ranked countries in economic inequality worldwide. Every day, millions of children and youth living in low-income communities are surrounded by gangs, violence, drugs, alcoholism, prostitution, and human trafficking. 

What We're Doing In Brazil

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VisionTrust has been serving children in Brazil since 2001. The two VisionTrust Learning Centers in Brazil provide a safe and nurturing environment where children and youth ages five and up can experience the love and support they need to grow and thrive. Local staff and volunteers dedicate their efforts to providing nutritious food, tutoring, mentorship, basic health assistance, and spiritual discipleship to the children. Extracurricular activities such as music lessons and judo help our youth build self-confidence and a sense of community with their peers. Our local partners in Brazil have been serving children in their community for decades, and in Portuguese our program sites are called Projeto Amar which translates as “Project Love.”

Change the life of one child for Just $40/Month

That’s just $1.30 a day.

Get to know the children in desperate need of your support, encouragement, and prayer. As a VisionTrust sponsor, you’ll be in touch with your child as they learn, grow, and come to realize they are worth more.

Serve In Brazil

Ready to meet your sponsored child? Go the extra mile — literally — and join the local staff and volunteers making a difference in Brazil by serving on a short-term mission team.

Help Meet Brazil's Greatest Needs

Your support goes toward meeting the greatest needs of these children — providing them with healthcare, nutrition, clean water, and education.

Our Local Leaders

Humberto Oliveira and Aparecide de Fátima de Olivera (Cidinha) are co-leaders of our VisionTrust ministry in Brazil. Humberto joined the ministry in 2012 serving alongside his wife, Viviene, and their two children, Angelo and Benjamin. Humberto describes his family as a “missionary family” with the purpose of loving God and serving people, especially children subject to social vulnerability. Cidinda, the youngest of nine children, has served children in her community for over two decades.