Thank you for your interest in sponsoring a child at Helping hands School.
Below are some children that would benefit the most from sponsorship.
Sponsorship is $20 USD a month, and it includes school fees, transportation fees, and daily porridge for lunch at school.
If you are interested in paying an additional $5 USD a month we will supply rice and beans for the family, so the child will have access to better nutrition at home.
He is 5 years old. He lives with his father, away from the rest of the family.
His father doesn’t make enough money to pay Bozi’s school fees. His father struggles to make enough money to pay for food.
Bozi is the life of the party. He has one of the most amazing laughs and loves to make people smile.
Bozi’s favorite colour is black, his favorite subject is math, and he loves to play soccer. When Bozi grows up, he would like to be a teacher.
He is 8 years old. He lives with the rest of his family in a Maasai community.
His family grows Maize, but they only have enough to feed their family. Because of this, the family has no steady income and can’t afford to pay for school fees.
Godfree is very shy, but once he warms up to you he is very sweet and has a very affectionate smile.
Godfree’s favorite color is white, his favorite subject is math, and he wants to be a own a trucking company when he grows up.
He is 5 years old. He lives in a small room with his single mother and baby sister.
His mother works very hard, working more than one job to support her family. Because of the high cost of living for a single mother, Mackson was kicked out of his last school for being unable to pay school fees.
Helping Hands took Mackson in knowing he is unable to pay school fees.
Mackson loves to draw, and would like to be a lawyer when he grows up.
To sponsor a child or inquire about any additional information, please e-mail our sponsorship coordinator Greg at firstname.lastname@example.org.