For just 83p a day, you can provide a child in poverty with the fees and uniforms they need to go to school.Â Whatâ€™s more, you can send them toÂ a church-based Compassion project each week.Â This unique combination gives children the opportunity to escape poverty and bring change to their families and communities!Â
Our church partners findÂ the poorest children in their communities and register them into our programme, regardless of their faith or background. We then link each child withÂ one sponsor who begins to make an incredible difference through their letters, prayers and donations.
What does my sponsored child receive?
Your sponsored child will be given the care and resources they need to develop in every area of their lives - their mind, body and relationships:
Fees, and uniforms to go to school
Personal attention and guidance from loving staff members
An age-appropriate Bible and biblical teaching
Literacy and life skills training
Vocational training such as bead-making or carpentry
Encouragement from your letters
We share God's love with the children we care for, butÂ we don't require any child to become a follower of Jesus be a part of our programme and receive the benefits. We're committed to working with the poorest of the poor so we help children from all backgrounds regardless ofÂ caste, creed, class or religion.
Help fight child poverty
This programme is life-changing - and you don't just have to take our word for it! According to anÂ independent study,Â children whose sponsors hadÂ enabled them to complete the Compassion programme wereÂ more likely to have finishedÂ education and be in salaried employment.Â
The unique structure of our one-to-one model allows you to see the difference youâ€™re making over time. Not only will you receive letters from your sponsored child, we'll send you photo updates and news from their project.
How to sponsor a child
As soon as our church partners have registered a child in need into our programme, we start looking for a sponsor to support them. Meet the children waiting for a sponsorÂ andÂ give one childÂ the tools they need to escape poverty. Â