Support a child and their family
What You Give
By sponsoring a child in Hope for Families, you'll help by providing:
We provide children and their families with nutritious foods to ensure they are well nourished.
We believe a quality education is important for their future to break the cycle of poverty.
We provide regular checkups and, if needed, ongoing medicine for chronic conditions.
Best of all, in addition to supporting your sponsored child, your monthly support also assists other children who are part of Hope for Tomorrow's programs.
What You Get
Beyond the joy of knowing your sponsorship is impacting the lives of at-risk children, as a sponsor you'll also receive:
Regular updates and communication from your sponsored child.
A tax-deductible receipt of your giving.
Our yearly calendar featuring pictures of all the children.
We know that becoming a sponsor will be as life-changing for you as it will be for your sponsored child.
What type of communication will I receive from my sponsored child?
Will I be able to write to the child I sponsor?
What is a child's "Sponsorship Goal"?
Hope for Families provides children and families with nutritious food, private education, and/or regular health care. This means the cost for a child to be in our Hope for Families program can exceed what one individual can commit to on an ongoing basis.
Because of this, we allow multiple people to sponsor a child until that child is 100% sponsored. This brings a unique sense of community and collaboration to our sponsorship program as people around the world join together to support a child.
Of course, you are welcome to fully sponsor a child and become that child's sole sponsor.
How much does it cost?
You can sponsor a child for any amount, but fully sponsoring a child in Hope for Families cost $120/child each month. This provides a child with:
- regular nutritious meals,
- enrollment, tuition, books, uniform, and school supplies at private school nearby the family,
- and regular checkups at our ministry center to track growth and treat minor medical issues.
Do families receive the money directly?
No. To ensure that funds are used appropriately, Hope for Tomorrow directly pays for food, education and health care. We then provide those goods and services to the family. This way we can be sure that your donations are used responsibly and correctly.