Melesech Getu (Mitu)
Melesech Getu (Mitu) has been waiting 1393 days for a sponsor.
My name is Mitu. I am 16. I do not know my dad's story. My mother is alive and I have three siblings that live with her. My mother gets support from her church, but is still very poor. My mom cried when she gave me up to orphanage. She loves me, but she knew my life would be better here.
I am glad to be here because I get good schooling, food, clothes, and shoes. I also met Jesus here. My sponsors share Jesus with me and they write me letters and send photos. They give money so all my needs are met and they also help pay for all the staff. Life here is so much better since the sponsorship program started and the mission teams come. We have fun when the teams come and we have much better water now. We don't get sick as often and we have medicine if we do get sick. We were also able to take in new little children over the past few years thanks to sponsorships. This makes me so happy to see little ones come off of the streets.
I would like my sponsors to pray for me not to be afraid and to trust that God will protect me. I also want them to pray for my education so I do well in school. I want to grow up to be a wise woman and to help others like the sponsors have helped me. Thank you for being my sponsor. I love you!
Tomorrow Come Foundation
U.S. Federal EIN: 45-5474286
Officially founded in July 2012, Tomorrow Come Foundation is a nonprofit (501(c)(3)) organization specifically created to provide a safe home, to support a healthy life, and to foster growth through education for the children in and around New Hope Center for Children and Handicapped in Guder, Ethiopia. We believe that everything starts with education, and that this is the key to breaking the cycle of poverty. This education is not only school-related, but also includes learning skills like farming, sewing, cooking, building, and any other skills that will help the children be successful in life. By educating them in this way, Tomorrow Come Foundation hopes to empower the children to be productive citizens and future leaders of their community, country, and world.