Sponsor a child.
Help their community.

Experience Child Sponsorship



 

Sponsor a child.
Help their community.

Experience Child Sponsorship


 





Because of our community-focused solutions, for every child you help,
4 more children benefit, too



 

How Sponsorship Works...

1. Building the Foundation

We partner with community members to understand their needs, goals and resources, and work together to find long-term solutions to the challenges they face.

Learn about our approach

 

2. Evaluate and Grow

We adapt plans as we begin to see change in children’s lives so that the community continues to meet its goals. As more community members get involved, the community takes increasing ownership of its success.

Learn about our work

3. Enhance Sustainablity

Thanks to support from Canadians like you, families enjoy better living conditions and are empowered with knowledge and skills to create a brighter future for their children.

Learn about our global targets

 

What We Do and How We Do It

We’re a global relief, development and advocacy organization empowering children, families and their communities to overcome poverty and injustice.

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LOVE

Love is what drives everything we do, compelling us to work together to make the world a better place for children.

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BRAVERY

We choose bravery. Together, we’re going boldly into places where others aren’t working to help children who need it the most.

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EFFECTIVENESS

Our work is effective and we are making lasting and sustainable change. Our goal is to put ourselves out of work.

 

Child sponsorship is the
most personal, effective
way to fight poverty with love.

Sponsor a Child

 


Child sponsorship is the
most personal, effective
way to fight poverty with love.

Sponsor a Child

What’s Happening in World News


News of big needs and great hope. Fair warning – we’re biased towards hope.



 
Change Makers Solomon’s Six Kilometres
Solomon grew up in a community where he had to walk long distances to find water. Now he’s walking 6K so children like him don’t have to.
From the Field Making peace and stability a reality for refugees
In the midst of the biggest refugee crisis in history, Canadians can’t lose faith in international aid.

Voices Your makeup might not actually be cruelty-free

For most of my friends and I, buying cruelty-free makeup is a no-brainer. Then last year I found out that the “cruelty-free” products I was using might not be cruelty free for children.


Voices Tabarak's Story
Nine-year-old Tabarak and her family fled their town near Mosul, Iraq, after surviving two years on house arrest. School was off-limits for Tabarak during this period. In the camp where she currently lives, there’s no education on offer for Tabarak.  “I miss going to school,” she says. “At school, we used to play basketball, volleyball and skipping.