WHY ACTIVATE A CHILD SPONSORSHIP WITH GOOD SAMARITAN?
Because every child should have the opportunity to study. In Northern Uganda, as in many other African countries, education is not a right, but a privilege for few children.
Because Good Samaritan Remote Support project involves around 650 children, orphans or childrenthat live with parents suffering from serious physical or mental diseases. All these children are supported during their growth and ordinary life ensuring them education and instruction.
Because our mission is based on the creation of opportunities, means and resources for the Gulu community aimed to allow these children to grow and become the men and women of tomorrow, capable of creating and developing their future in Uganda.
Because transparency is fundamental: we will provide you with all the information necessary to guarantee that your donations really offer valuable opportunities.
Yours will not be only an economical help, but an example of human solidarity: you will know the story of the child and you will contribute to build his future.
Your donations will be really effective to give a child the opportunity to start or continue a school career and to provide health care and psychological and economic help to families and children left alone, thus
protecting them from mistreatment and abuse.
Thanks to the precious help of its donors, every year the Remote Support project continues to support hundreds of children and families, sharing their difficulties and developing a climate of love, hope and trust in their future.
WHAT YOU WILL DO WITH 0.80 CENTS PER DAY
The annual fee is € 290.00
- You will pay the annual school inscription, the school fees, the fees for the end-of-year and end-of-cycle exams.
- You will provide a complete school uniform, necessary to attend the school lessons.
- You will buy school supplies, such as pens, notebooks and books.
HOW YOU WILL KEEP IN TOUCH
To activate a Child Sponsorship please contact Luciana, project manager for this project, writing to: email@example.com.