A child’s life is changed forever.
Students in our sponsorship program have been orphaned by AIDS or live in socially vulnerable situations. We need your sponsorship help. Currently there are more children than sponsors.
$50 a month is enough to support one child in school and it covers tuition, uniforms, books, and other necessities for a child to attend school. In addition, sponsored students benefit from the knowledge that someone cares about their future and is helping with their success.
Please consider sponsoring one of these children.
If you have any questions about the children or sponsoring a child, please contact Keith Weber at email@example.com.
Students in Need
Father passed away when Festo was just three. Mother runs a small fruit and vegetable stand. He would like to be a teacher someday.
Younger brother of Festo (see above). They live with their widowed mother.
Angel’s father passed away from HIV/AIDS in 2008. Angel’s mother also has HIV. Angel herself was born with HIV. Both Angel and her mother get free medicine from the local hospital. They live with their grandmother and an aunt, who is the only wage earner (a cook) in this family of five. Angel rides a bus 42 Km to school each day.
Dominic comes from a very poor family of five, where he is the youngest. His father is a plumber by trade. Dominic rides a bus 45 kilometers to school.
Peter’s mother died last year from HIV/AIDS and his father also has the disease. He lives with his father and his three year old sister. His favorite subjects are Math, Science, English, and Kiswahili.
Victor comes from a poor family of seven people and he has a severe bone deformity in his face, which has been operated on three times the past few years.
Antony, brother of Brenda, also lives with his elderly grandparents. His favorite subjects are Math, English, and Kiswahili.
Samwel’s father is a pastor in the local area and is a part of a large family. His favorite subjects are English and Math.
Brian comes from a very poor family (father does watch repair) and travels 48 kilometers on a bus to school.
Michael is being raised, along with two sisters, solely by his mother, who is a nurse. No support from the father is forthcoming.
Noel’s father died when he was only one year old. His mother is working to support a family of four.