Child Sponsorship



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 Bank Mandate forms, Gift Aid forms and other options are available attached at the foot of this page.


 
 
Child Sponsorship changes lives!
Global Sponsor's child sponsorship scheme supports children in Ghana, Uganda, Burundi & Haiti with projects about to come on-stream in Rwanda, Kenya and India.   Sponsorship allows a child to be fed properly and drink clean water, to have a safe place to stay, to be well clothed, to receive medical care and to go to school.   Of course it is much much more that that.   Sponsoring a child allows them to know that they are loved, cared for and protected.   Every child needs to know this as it allows them to begin their life well and grow into a strong well balanced individual.
 
To begin sponsoring a child go the visit the 'Support Global Sponsor' page or simply use the generic forms at the foot of this page 
  • To fully sponsor a child via Global Sponsor means a commitment of £20/month.
  • You can also part sponsor a child for £5, £10 and £15/month.
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    Changing lives:

    Support for orphaned or destitute children can dramatically change their lives.  Many are rescued from areas where war, civil unrest or family tragedy and disease have meant that they have no-one to look after them.   Global Sponsor is committed, with your help, to make sure these children are given a home and a better way of life.  

    • Many children are potentially very bright and with a little help can do well becoming leaders in their community and even their country.   Please consider supporting a child through Global Sponsor's child sponsorship scheme.

    Projects around the world!

    Children requiring sponsors in DR Congo:
    To sponsor a child, complete the Bank Mandate form attached below and mail it to 'Global Sponsor', Child Sponsorship, Mission International, 25 Tait's Lane, Dundee, DD2 1 DZ, Scotland, UK .   State the project name (i.e child sponsorship DR Congo) and the Child's name on the form. 

    Project details:
    These children who originate from The Democratic Republic of Congo are currently displaced in a refugee camp in Uganda.   One of the major problems that displaced people find is that they become 'non-persons' and their lives are put on hold for the duration of their stay in the camp.  One area that Global Sponsor can help is to provide education for displaced children and therefore allow them to make good use of their time in the camp.   This project, although still small, will make a way for children in the refugee camp to find education and thus remain on track for their future once they return home.


    Children requiring sponsors in Kenya:
    To sponsor a child, complete the Bank Mandate form attached below and mail it to 'Global Sponsor', Child Sponsorship, Mission International, 25 Tait's Lane, Dundee, DD2 1 DZ, Scotland, UK .   State the project name (i.e child sponsorship Kenya) and the Child's name on the form. 
     
    Project details:
    The project is situated in the town of Narok in Kenya's Maasai Mara.   Although a popular area for tourists the whole region is extremely poor with many children being orphaned or partially orphaned due to HIV/AIDS and other family tragedies.   Mission International partners with PFJIM (People for Jesus International Ministries) to bring support to needy families many of whom are from the Maasai people group.
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    Children requiring sponsors in Haiti:
    To sponsor a child, complete the Bank Mandate form attached below and mail it to 'Global Sponsor', Child Sponsorship, Mission International, 25 Tait's Lane, Dundee, DD2 1 DZ, Scotland, UK .   State the project name (i.e child sponsorship Haiti) and the Child's name on the form. 
     
    Project details:
    Haiti is one of the world's poorest countries having been continually challenged by the tropical storms which devastate the whole region.   The recent earthquake in Haiti has, as described by out local partners left "desolation and massive destruction".   The project is based in Ouanaminthe  a city of 100,000 people some 120 km (80 miles) from Port-au-Prince, Haiti's capital city.   After the devastation of the earthquake many people are finding their way to Ouanaminthe to find their daily needs.   To see further information soo our 'Rebuild Haiti' page.
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    Children requiring sponsors in Ghana:
    To sponsor a child, complete the Bank Mandate form attached below and mail it to 'Global Sponsor', Child Sponsorship, Mission International, 25 Tait's Lane, Dundee, DD2 1 DZ, Scotland, UK .   State the project name (i.e child sponsorship Ghana) and the Child's name on the form.  
     
    Project details:
    These children live in the Upper East region of Ghana near the town of Bolgatanga, their hopes and dreams are similar to any child in the UK, to become a doctor or a lawyer etc.   However without sponsorship these little ones will not be able to realise any of their dreams.   Many of the children are living in extremely poor circumstances with an elderly and infirm grandmother whose only support is to gather firewood to sell in order that the child can have food intermittently.   Your sponsorship could help one of these beautiful children to realise their dreams, the first step to which is to have an education.

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    The three boys below need sponsors too, details of names and ages etc. will be available soon, they were identified as potential sponsor children on a recent trip to Ghana by Mission International director Hugh Henderson.  They have received some support in the form of rice and cooking oil to help them in the mean time.
     


    Children requiring sponsors in Uganda:
    To sponsor a child, complete the Bank Mandate form attached below and mail it to 'Global Sponsor', Child Sponsorship, Mission International, 25 Tait's Lane, Dundee, DD2 1 DZ, Scotland, UK.   State the project name (i.e child sponsorship Uganda) and the Child's name on the form.  
     
    Africa Renewal Ministries, (ARM) Gabba:
    Project details:
    These Children live in a very remote village near Mubende in western Uganda.   Due to their circumstances they have little chance of receiving a useful education and a positive future if sponsorship is not available to them.   They are all from very poor backgrounds, many are orphans and as such are now looked after by either poor relatives who already have a large family or a poor grandmother who is unable to provide any more than the most meagre basics.   Sponsoring one of these children will dramatically change their lives.
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    Children  requiring sponsors in Burundi:
    To sponsor a child, complete the Bank Mandate form attached below and mail it to 'Global Sponsor', Child Sponsorship, Mission International, 25 Tait's Lane, Dundee, DD2 1 DZ, Scotland, UK.   State the project name (i.e child sponsorship Burundi) and the Child's name on the form.  
     
    Project details:
    The Hope Centre in Burundi houses more than 40 kids most of whom were orphaned as a result of the 14 year war which has recently ended or by HIV/AIDS.   Many of the children have been severely traumatised by the events that they have witnessed.   The Hope Centre is based in Gatumba near the DR Congo border not far from Burundi's capital city Bujumbura, and provides a loving caring and secure environment for the children to grow up.   Sponsoring one ot the Hope Centre children will give them a chance to move on from the horror and trauma of war into what is hoped to be a more peaceful era for Burundi.
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     It is also possible to make a donation to our child sponsorship programme via

    To find out more information on any of the children detailed on this page please contact us at childsponsor@globalsponsor.org 
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