How It Works

How It Works

Sponsorship is a commitment to walk with a child through the journey of escaping poverty. Your love, support, and friendship encourage the children to continue the struggle against the tide of poverty. In addition to this important relationship, your monthly support provides your child with an education, school supplies, toiletries, basic medical treatment, the nursing staff who care for the children.

Above the basic needs, health care and education your money goes towards vacation bible studies and mentoring programs for your child. Many receive the foundation for their faith as well as counselling, character building, and love from our staff in Uganda and Kenya on various issues they may be facing in life.

Besides the child you sponsor, a portion of your sponsorship goes to help the most needy students on our program who do not have any help from their guardian or a sponsor.

You are able to be a blessing to more than just the child you sponsor.

Check out the FAQ page for more details on sponsorship.

Types of Sponsorship


Child Sponsorship

Many children have loving parents or grandparents. However, their family may have many children and with no access to free education, they cannot afford school fees for every child. For $35 a month, you can sponsor a child to go to school to in their neighborhood while still living at home with their family.


Special Needs

Marginalized by society, children with special needs in Africa are usually kept at home. They are unable to attend special education schools due to lack of funds. For $100 a month, you can give a child with special needs the opportunity of an education just like any other child. Your support provides for education, accommodation, three meals a day, and basic needs.


University or Vocational School

Approximately 88% of students in East Africa are not able to pursue higher education after completing secondary or high school education. For $180 – $250 a month, you can give a student an opportunity to pursue their dream of a college degree or future career. Your monthly support provides for tuition, room, and board.