Change a child’s life – Sponsor a child
How you can give needy children a chance for a better future with a child sponsorship
It is a sad reality that many children in Africa are forced to work as early as age 5. Instead of being in school and learning, they are on the streets selling various goods or doing heavy physical labor. But you can make a difference by taking on a child sponsorship.
It is estimated that between 158 million and 218 million children worldwide regularly work several hours a day. A child sponsorship offers these children the chance for education, healthcare, and a better future. By becoming a sponsor, you can help a child no longer have to work and instead go to school and learn.
Even for children who do not receive sponsorships, there is the opportunity to donate to the Water Drop Fund. With your support, we can help needy children have a chance for a better future, even without a sponsorship.
Become a sponsor!
A sponsorship costs €21.25 per month or €255 per year (that’s 70 cents per day).
If you have any questions about the child sponsorship or our Water Drop Fund, we are happy to assist you. Become a sponsor now and change a child’s life for the better.
Write us your questions:
Kamsiyochi Fedora AFULUKWE (P23041)
Kamsiyochi Fedora AFULUKWE was born on October 23, 2016. The girl has no siblings. The family lives in Abuja, in the state of Abia State. The father works as a civil servant, while the mother is a housewife. The low income is barely enough for the necessities, and there are no financial means for school fees. Kamsiyochi attends the first grade of primary school and enjoys going to school. We are looking for sponsor parents who can support the family and enable the girl to continue her education. With a basic education, Kamsiyochi has the opportunity to learn a profession and lead an independent life. Please join us in supporting the girl on her journey and making a difference in her life. Thank you!
Valantine Chukwuadika OKOYE (P23052)
Valantine Chukwuadika OKOYE was born on February 13, 2013. Valantine has five siblings. The family lives in Aguata, in the state of Anambra. The mother trades in small goods, while the father is a casual laborer. With their low and irregular income, the family can only afford the essentials. It is impossible for the parents to pay for the boy’s school fees. Therefore, we are asking for help for Valantine. He is currently in the 3rd grade of primary school. Only with a good education will he be able to learn a profession. Please accompany the boy a small part of his way, thank you!
Esther IBEH (P23009)
Today we would like to introduce you to the girl with the processing number P23009. Esther IBEH was born on January 2nd, 2013 and lives with her family in Awka, Anambra State. With the help of our Water Drop Fund, Esther attends the 5th grade of primary school. Her mother takes care of the 7 children, while her father works in agriculture. Thank you for your help!
Boniface EDET (P23058)
Boniface EDET was born on June 17, 2015, and has 4 siblings. The family lives in Calabar, in the Cross River State. The father is a small-scale trader, while the mother is a homemaker. Their meager income is just enough for basic needs, and they have no financial means to pay for their son’s school fees. Boniface is attending nursery school and loves going to school. We are looking for sponsor parents to support the family and enable the boy to continue his education. With a basic education, Boniface will have the opportunity to learn a profession and live an independent life. Please accompany the boy on his journey and help, thank you!
Divine Somtochukwu GODSON (P23043)
Divine Somtochukwu GODSON was born on June 23, 2017. Divine has no siblings. He lives with his parents in Ehere, Abia State. His father is unemployed and his mother is a small-scale trader. With their low and irregular income, the family can barely afford their basic needs. Paying for Divine’s school fees is impossible for his parents. Therefore, we ask for help for Divine. He attends the NS1 kindergarten. Only with a good education is he able to learn a trade. Please accompany the boy a little way on his journey and help, thank you!
Victor Queen SAMUEL (P23036)
Victor was born on July 06, 2015. The family lives in Okigwe, Imo State. The parents are small-scale traders and can provide the family with the essentials. With their irregular and very low income, it is impossible for them to pay for Victor’s school fees. The girl is currently attending the 3rd grade of Nursery School. To continue supporting Victor’s education, we kindly ask for your help and support.
How You Can Make a Positive Difference Through Child Sponsorship
If you had the chance to change a child’s life, would you take it? Through child sponsorship, you can do just that. With just a small monthly contribution, you can help provide disadvantaged children with access to education, healthcare, and a brighter future. In this post, you will learn why child sponsorship is a great way to do good and how you can become a benefactor to a child in need.
Sponsorship Changes Children’s Lives
Sponsorship can make a lasting impact on a child’s life. Through your help, disadvantaged children gain access to education, healthcare, and many other essential resources. Sponsorship also means becoming part of a network of supporters working together for a better world.
Education, Health, and Sustainable Agriculture
Through child sponsorship, you support projects that focus on education, health, and sustainable agriculture. Your contribution can help build schools, pay teachers, and provide educational materials. Your help can also provide medical care and health education in the affected communities. Additionally, projects to promote sustainable agricultural practices can improve food security for the communities in need.