Share With A Child In The Community
Your act of sharing as little as £3.00/$4.00 a week, can provide a child with much-needed education, medical care and nutritional support. Above all else, it gives a child a chance...
Meet some of the children in need of a little extra love and support below...
Our Child Sponsorship program is set to US Dollars only, we found that if we had it in other currencies it was not fair as sometimes the exchange would change and a sponsor in one currency would pay less than the other!
But above the sponsorship box below is a currency exchange, so you can see
real time exactly what the child sponsorship will cost you in your own currency!
Watch Doreen's Story to see how sponsoring a child can actually change a life!
We offer 3 tiers for child sponsorship. All sponsorship no matter what the tier changes young lives in Tanzania beyond comprehension.
Sponsoring a child on all tiers provides:
Access to full-time education
Access to medical care as and when needed
Access to suitable nutrition
Clothing shoes and all school equipment
Silver (all of the above +)
Housing if required
Additional support, tuition- (Government schools we work with do their best, but with a lack of funding and equipment, many of our children have much better pass marks when they have access to smaller tuition classes on an evening and weekend)
Gold (all of the above +)
Income supplementation to avoid children having to labour outside of school
Amenities such as mattresses. (most of the children we help have only ever slept on the floor.)
Solar lanterns- (to be able to study in an evening.)
Specialised medical care if needed. (If a child is disabled for example.)
Sharing as little as £3/$4 a week can provide a child with the things in life all children should have a birthright we feel.
· Safe and secure access to full-time education
· Access to medical care, as and when needed
· Access to nutritional support, if, as and when needed
· Housing if required
· An escape from child labour (supplementing family income, or food supplies to ensure the children do not need to labour to help with the family needs)
· Amenities, such as a mattress to sleep on, and a solar light to do home-work with( Dependent on the sponsorship level)
· Additional educational support such as tuition (Dependent on the sponsorship level)
· A childhood filled with hope, and a chance at their dreams with it.
Yohana is 8 years old and dreams of becoming a doctor. Together with her father and her grandparents, Yohana lives in a small house made of mud and sticks without access to water or to electricity. Yohana's father works hard selling bananas to support his daughter and his parents, but the little he makes can barely feed the family. As a result, Yohana has been sent home from school because the family is unable to afford her needs and equipment.
Mariam is 9 years old and she lives together with her mother in a single room made of mud and sticks. At home, she does not have access to water or to electricity. Mariam's mother is working hard to provide for her daughter, but the little income she gets is barely enough to feed the family of two. Still, Mariam dreams of becoming a doctor one day!
Melkyori is 10 years old and lives together with both his parents and two siblings. His mother is sadly suffering from long term illness which leaves her fully dependant on her husband. Melkyori's father is working hard to support his family with basic needs and his wife with the much needed medication. Sadly this means, that the family cannot afford school needs and equipment for the children... Melkyori however has a plan: He dreams of becoming a successful business man in future!
Abdulmalik is 12 years old and lives together with his mother and two siblings. Abdulmalik dreams of becoming a police officer one day! However, right now, life circumstances force him to help his mother sell vegetables at the local market and going to school is a luxury for the family that they sadly cannot afford...
Gasper is 10 years old and lives together with his family in a small house with no access to water nor to electricity. Gasper dreams of becoming a teacher one day! However, sadly his parents are unable to provide all the school needs for Gasper and he has been send home from school as a result. His parents are both working as cleaning personell at the school, but the earnings they get are so small, they can only provide basics such as food for the family.
Karimali is 12 years and lives together with his grandfather. Until a few years back, Karimali was living a normal life with his parents... sadly, one day, both his parents died in an accident which changed Karimali's life forever. Karimali's grandfather is truly doing his best caring for his grandson, but the very little income he makes is not enough to cover Karimali's school needs or equipment. Karimali dreams of becoming a doctor one day!
Sefu is 10 years old and dreams of becoming a mechanic one day. Sefu lives together with his parents in a little house without access to water nor to electricity. His mother sadly got injured in an accident a few years ago and is mostly bedridden since. His father works hard as a watchman to provide for his wife's constant medical needs and basics such as food for his family. Education for Sefu is a luxury the family sadly cannot afford. Sefu loves cars and dreams of becoming a mechanic one day
Athumani is 10 years old, his favorite animal is an elephant and it does not surprise that he dreams of becoming a tour guide for the national parks one day! Athumani lives with his mother and two siblings in a little house made of mud and sticks. His mother is working hard to provide the basic needs for her children, but sadly, the little she makes is not enough to provide education too. To help his mother, Athumani is selling bananas on the streets...
Zakia is 11 years old and dreams of becoming a teacher one day! Zakia lives together with her grandmother after her father passed away. They live in a single wood room with no access to water or to electricity. Zakia's grandmother is very old by now and suffers due to illness... This leaves Zakia with the responsibility of caring for her grandmother. To provide food for the family, Zakia offers her neighbors to care for their cattle. The little she makes is needed for food and other basics.