SPONSOR THE EDUCATION OF CHILDREN IN UGANDA
When children find out they've been sponsored, the joy they feel is indescribable. Just knowing that someone across the globe cares means more than you can imagine. Sponsoring a child in need will profoundly change the future for your child, and will change your own life as well.
By becoming a sponsor through Change Tomorrow’s sponsorship program you will provide opportunities to a child who is in desperate need. Sponsoring a child helps provide basic needs like food, clothing, and an education.
HOW SPONSORSHIP WORKS
You will receive an email with a picture of your sponsored child and information about him/her and their family.
CHANGE A LIFE
Your monthly contributions will give your sponsored child to grow up safe, healthy and educated.
STAY IN TOUCH
Build a relationship with your sponsored child and receive regular updates . Sponsors are welcome to write back and stay in touch, even visit!
We can change the world and make it better place.
It is in your hands to make a difference!
AMFREDThis is Amfred.He is 6 years old and attends top class.He lives together with his mother and father who are farmers.They are rentning a small land near to their house, where they are trying to grow some vegetable.He has another two siblings and they walk together to the school every morning.
PATRICIAPatricia is 7 years old. The parents farm and trade in beans, maize and coffee to try to raise enough money for school fees for all the children. Although the family is trying hard, raising enough to pay school fees for so many children is still a huge burden. Patricia is a lovely young girl who is full of energy and loves to be in school.
KEVINThis is Kevin and she is in primary 7.She has 2 brothers and 1 sister. Her mum lives with the children alone because like many men here in Uganda the father left the family and the children. Her mum has the sole responsibility for paying school fees for all the children and it is proving too much for her. She is trying to farm to earn a living however due to changing seasons and weather farming is very poor just now. Kevin is one of the best performing students in our primary school.