Sponsor a child and make a dream come true 

Your monthly gift of $30 ensures that kids living in poverty have access to life-changing benefits like medical care, educational support, life skills and job-training before they graduate.

Growing up in poverty, children face tough challenges: hunger and malnutrition, limited access to education and medical services, social discrimination and isolation. But with support from people like you, we can help children get the health care, education, life skills, job-readiness training and confidence they need to create lasting change in their lives and communities. Together, we can end poverty for good. Let us join hands together to support vulnerable and marginalized group of people (the Batwa) in Kisoro-Uganda to live better lives.

Change a life today

You can leave a better world for children

From making a lasting difference in one child’s life to uplifting a community of thousands, this is your chance to make the world a better place


What we focus on


Lasting Impact

Children in poverty are more likely to be exposed to the stress of violence, gangs and drugs. This can negatively affect brain development and long-term well-being. Your support during this vulnerable time helps children and youth set their own goals to build a life free from poverty.


Good that grows

When you sponsor a child, you create a powerful multiplier effect. You help them see beyond the daily struggles of life in poverty. Your support releases them from a cycle of short-term decisions and helps them gain the ability to begin contributing to their own families and communities.


Poverty Free

Sponsorship encompasses key programs specifically designed to address a child’s toughest issues in their fight against poverty. Getting and staying healthy, staying in school, finding a stable job. You can help a child overcome challenges they’d otherwise face for a lifetime. You can help set them free.

Beneficiary Testimonies

"I want to thank you for the support you gave me during my studies, I completed very well and passed very well, I am really happy. I also want to thank you for the provision of food and other needs during the lock-down last year where corona virus was more tough, I thank you so much. Now that you helped me to reach where I am now I feel that heart too, so I was requesting you let me join you in the organisation we work together to uplift the lives of people. Thank you."

 - Samuel Nizeyimana -