Sponsor a child
Would you like to sponsor a child at Hope? You will know that you are making a real difference to the life of one of our children and, in return, will receive a photo and regular updates on their progress and development.
Regular giving is incredibly helpful as it enables us to budget and plan our finances.
How much will it cost?
Whatever you can afford, but we hope for a minimum of £20 per month. Of course, if you would like to pay a little bit more, we would be delighted. Your sponsorship is payable monthly by direct debit. In addition, if you are a U.K. taxpayer, you can gift-aid your sponsorship and make your money go even further.
Who will I be sponsoring?
You can decide to sponsor an individual child. In this case you will receive a photograph and information about your sponsored child. Thereafter you will receive news and updates on the progress of your child. Some of our UK trustees make regular visits to Hope and would be delighted to bring you extra news and photographs.
How long does the sponsorship last?
There is no set time. If you sponsor an individual child, the idea is that you support the child until they finish their education and become independent.
However, we know that people’s circumstances change and you should not let any worries about your future ability to sustain your commitment put you off. If for any reason you are unable to continue with your sponsorship, we will understand. Just let us know on email@example.com. When your child becomes independent you may wish to continue to support Hope Community Village in general or transfer your sponsorship to a new child. It’s up to you!
What will I get in return?
As a sponsor you will get regular news and photographs. You will also get a copy of our annual newsletter, giving you an update on news and events.
But, most of all, you will know that, month in, month out, your contribution is making a very real difference to the lives of the children.
All funds go towards supporting Hope Community Village. All the Trustees and supporters are volunteers.