At the beginning of January, we select the new 2017 intake to join secondary school. Their profiles are not yet available but if you pledge to sponsor today by clicking the link at the bottom of this page, you can choose from their individual profiles when they become available. Why become a sponsor? This is
Sponsor a child
Sponsoring an individual child is a rewarding experience which enables you to make a lasting impact in their life. It costs £42 (GBP) per month or £500 (GBP) per year to sponsor a child for up to 4 years, that's less than £10 per week. Click on a profile below to read more and to be guided through three easy steps to becoming a sponsor.
David wants to work hard to become a professional lawyer. His ambition is to help his local village where most people are poor. Education is important to him as it moulds his life and can give him the opportunity to escape poverty after the death of his parents. His favourite subjects are mathematics, social studies/Christian religious education and
Everline’s ambition is to become a surveyor. She wants to be well educated and to achieve the highest grade possible to help get a job to support her family. Her favourite subjects are English, which helps Everline improve her communication skills, and social studies. By the age of six, Everline had lost both her parents. She and her
Mustapher’s ambition is to be a bank accountant. His favourite subjects at school are mathematics, the sciences and English because they help him prepare for a future career. He hopes to help his community through eradicating illiteracy and making the community a better place to live. He was taken in by his grandmother after both parents
Stephen is especially good at maths and sciences and his ambition is to become a mechanical engineer. He lives with his mother and sick father. His mother has to take care of his father, so there is no spare money. Stephen began secondary school but had to leave when his family could not afford the school
Willis’ ambition is to become an engineer so he can help his family and the needy. His favourite subjects at school are maths and science. He is a partial orphan living in a single-parent family; the youngest of five siblings. There is very little money, and the family find it difficult to afford food. His family cannot afford to