Sponsorship is a journey that is rewarding, life-changing, heartbreaking, and hope-sharing. The boys at Oasis Boys Home come from tough backgrounds. Many of the boys don't have living parents or come from families where their parents are unable to provide them with the necessary support and love they need. Oasis Boys Home, a ministry of Caring Hearts Mexico, provides the boys with a home, loving, spiritual mentors, education, and access to medical care.
The goal of the sponsorship program is to create a relationship between you, the sponsor, and one of the Oasis boys that provides them with support relationally and financially. Every month, your donation will help cover the cost of the boy to live at Oasis. The donation goes into a fund for the overall budget of keeping the Oasis Boys Home running. The second half of your sponsorship is to write your child letters, forming a relationship and bond that is Christ-centered, positive, and life-giving.
13 years old
José Luis and his brother Martín are the new boys at oasis. The boys were brought to Oasis by their older brother, who had taken custody of them after they were taken from their mother due to drug addiction. He knew that Oasis was able to provide the boys with security and opportunities that he was unable to provide them. José Luis is very eager to learn all things! He is a very sweet and funny boy, but sadly, he has a hard time trusting people, but once that trust has been established, you have a forever friend!Sponsor José Luis
11 years old
Martín and his brother José Luis are the newest boys at Oasis. They were taken in by their older brother after being taken from their mother due to drug addiction problems. His older brother is already married, has his own family, and is unable to support the boys. They decided to take Martin and Jose Luis to Oasis because they want better opportunities for the boys, and they want them to be in a safe place where they don't lack anything to get ahead. Martín is a sweet and intelligent boy who loves to learn new things! He likes to read and would love to learn to play the guitar. He's a little slow to warm up, but once he has, he's very funny and a solid friend.Sponsor Martín
8 years old
Luisito is one of our newest and youngest boys- at just 7 years old! Luisito was brought to us at Oasis when his mom dropped him off because she was unable to take care of him and wanted a better life for him. Luisito is sweet, curious, and always has a smile on his face!Sponsor Luisito
11 years old
Sebastian is one of three kids raised by a single mother. She brought him to Oasis because she was not able to be home to take care of him and wanted a better life for him. Being a single mother, she had to be at work and was not able to provide the care, supervision and love he needed. We love Sebastion, his smile, energy and joy!Sponsor Sebastian
30 years old
Alex has been with Oasis since the beginning. With special needs, Alex has a unique perspective and a sense of joy that is a blessing to all who meet him. He is playful and fun-loving. He is often the goalie for the Oasis soccer team! Alex is smart and willing to try hard and be a part of everything going on. He loves "playing the drums" at church and calls himself "El Guapo" or "the handsome one".Sponsor Alex (Nene)
13 years old
Marlon is 13 years old and was born on December 18th. Marlon grew up in another orphanage in Mexico but was told he was too old to live there and he had nowhere else to go but back on the streets. He does not know his dad, and his mother suffers from drug addiction. His aunt brought him to Oasis. Marlon is really funny and is always wearing a HUGE smile. His favorite thing to do is play soccer and baseball. He is going into the 6th grade this school year.Sponsor Marlon
19 years old
Daniel lived with his mom, but she wanted him to have the opportunity to come to Oasis. So he came to Oasis when he was 8. He likes everything about Oasis, specifically, he likes to play and learn about the word of God. He loves his sister Diana, and is a fan of collecting toys.Sponsor Daniel