This year, Tate & Tryon is helping to ensure children in need have the best chance for success.

We are very pleased to announce that Tate & Tryon is sponsoring two children through Save the Children. Through this initiative, Tate & Tryon joins more than 191,000 other sponsors who are collectively working to help improve the lives of the most vulnerable children around the world and empower entire communities to better support their children’s health, education, protection and growth.

Meet Berlandjina and Patrick!


Berlandjina is four years old and lives in Haiti where she loves to play hide-and-seek with her friends.

She currently attends preschool and her favorite subject is reading.




Patrick is four years old and lives in Uganda.  His favorite activity is playing ball games and he also likes helping out at home.

His favorite subject is reading and he wants to be a teacher when he grows up.



Over the coming year, we look forward to sharing any updates we receive about Berlandjina and Patrick as well as the impact that we are having on their communities.

In addition to our sponsorship, Tate & Tryon will also be hosting two letter writing events later this year during which our staff will write letters that will be delivered to children in the same community where Berlandjina and Patrick live.

We are very excited to be able to help out in this small way and help achieve lasting impact for these kids and their communities.

About Save the Children
As the world’s first child sponsorship organization, Save the Children strives to give children in US and around the world, a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm.


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