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Sponsor a Project

How You Can
Make a Difference to a Project

By making a monthly contribution towards a specific project we run - in any one of the many countries we work in - your heart for a specialised area or region of our work will make a real and tangible difference to the world.

We will provide an annual update of how the project is doing, as well as any updates we receive from the respective project team.

Find out more

Ministry Site

Country

Type of work

Type of Project

Karundas Children’s Home
Karundas Children's Home
Kenya
Basic medical care, Family re-integration and fostering, Family support , Trauma informed care
Residential Centre

Our Karundas Children’s Home provides residential care for up to 45 of the region’s most vulnerable children, as we work hard to reintegrate them back into their family or foster care. Most of them come to us having been abandoned or orphaned, with many being HIV-positive.

Kids Alive Boys' Centre
Kids Alive Boys Center
Kenya
Family support , Trauma informed care, Family re-integration and fostering
Residential Centre

Our Centre provides residential care for up to 52 vulnerable boys, as we try to reintegrate them back into their own family, or in foster care. Most are HIV-positive and came to us orphaned and/or severely neglected, a number of them having been rescued from the streets.

Nyamarambe Children's Home
Nyamarambe Children's Home
Kenya
Basic medical care, Family re-integration and fostering, Trauma informed care
Residential Centre

Our Home serves up to 30 vulnerable children from the local community, many having been rescued from traumatic cult abuse or having been orphaned or abandoned. All have experienced trauma, so we work carefully with them as we aim to reintegrate them back into a safe family.

Mitaboni Children's Home
Mitaboni Children's Home
Kenya
Basic medical care, Family re-integration and fostering, Trauma informed care

Mitaboni Children’s Home shelters up to 50 children from extremely difficult backgrounds, as we try to reintegrate them back into a family or into foster care. They come to us on the verge of starvation needing urgent medical care, having received no meaningful education.

Hall Mead School
Hall Mead School
Kenya
Community outreach, Basic medical care, Family support , Trauma informed care, Education
School

A highly recognised school serving 350 impoverished children who would otherwise be working in the local quarries. Many have lost at least one parent. We provide an excellent education as well as holistic care through nutritional food, trauma counselling and family support.

Keeping Families Together Programme
Families Together Kenya
Kenya
Family re-integration and fostering, Family support
Other

We are passionate about keeping vulnerable children with their own family, or a fostered one. In Kenya, many of our children live with an impoverished single widowed mother or grandmother who just need a bit of help to support the child, which is what this programme is designed to do.

Simba Scholars
Simba Scholars
Kenya
Family support , Education
Other

Through the provision of scholarships, this excellent programme enables 70 extremely vulnerable children in western Kenya to break the poverty cycle by helping fund support for their education. It also impacts their families and wider communities.

Independent Living Programme
Independent Living Kenya
Kenya
Independent living
Other

Being orphaned or from an impoverished background is difficult enough, but trying to get through university without any meaningful family support is nigh on impossible. This excellent programme provides mentorship and practical support for some of the brightest young adults who have been in our care.

Lilato Children's Home, Mongu
Lilato Children's Home
Zambia
Basic medical care, Family re-integration and fostering, Family support , Trauma informed care
Residential Centre

This wonderful project provides residential care for up to 40 children who have either been orphaned or abandoned, mainly due to the AIDS crisis. We care for them holistically as we try to reintegrate them back with their families or into foster care.

Chikondi Children's Home, Lusaka
Chikondi Children's home
Zambia
Basic medical care, Family re-integration and fostering, Family support , Trauma informed care
Residential Centre

Based near some of the worst slums in Lusaka, we provide residential care for up to 24 of the most vulnerable children, all of them rescued in a terrible state of neglect and starvation. As we care for them holistically, we aim to reintegrate them back with their family or into foster care.

The Misisi Care Centre
Misisi Care Centre
Zambia
Family support , Trauma informed care, Education, Community outreach, Basic medical care
Care Centre

This remarkable after school centre set in the slums of Lusaka, provides up to 25 of the area’s most vulnerable children with crucial education support, food, family support, life skills, Bible classes and more.

The Mongu Kids Alive Academy
Kids Alive Academy
Zambia
Community outreach, Family support , Trauma informed care, Education
School

This wonderful school provides a great education to 525 of an impoverished region’s most vulnerable children, who would otherwise not have any education at all. We also provide food, family support, trauma informed care and life skills.

Oneisphorus Children's Home
Oneisphorus Children's Home
Taiwan
Basic medical care, Family re-integration and fostering, Education
Residential Centre

This wonderful residential centre provides love and holistic care to about 60 children who have either been abandoned or orphaned, as we try to reintegrate them back into a loving family. For many of them they were sadly abandoned because they are disabled.

Anderson Graduate Ministry
Anderson Graduates
Taiwan
Independent living
Other

This programme is designed to ensure that young adults who have been in our care are able to adjust to independent living once they have finished school, especially if they are disabled. The programme offers a wide range of practical support to help them through these crucial years.

Nantou Children's Home
Nantou Children's Home
Taiwan
Basic medical care, Family re-integration and fostering, Trauma informed care, Education
Residential Centre

This residential centre serves about 40 children from extremely difficult backgrounds, providing love and support to children who have rarely experienced it. Many need trauma informed care to help them get over past experiences, along with food, education and a lot of love and prayer.

ANIJA School
ANIJA School
Dominican Republic
Community outreach, Basic medical care, Family support , Trauma informed care, Education
School

A magnificent school serving nearly 400 of the poorest children from the Jarabacoa region aged 4-13. They are four times more likely to graduate from high school than the average Dominican child and five times more likely to attend church! All thanks to a great education and the wonderful holistic care they are given.

Ark Jaraboca
Ark Jaraboca
Dominican Republic
Family support , Independent living , Trauma informed care, Basic medical care, Family re-integration and fostering
Residential Centre

Provides residential care for nearly 50 of the region's most vulnerable children, providing all round holistic care as we aim to reintegrate them back into families. The programme also supports 10 graduates as they transition to adult living.

Palo Blanco School, Jarabacoa
Palo Blanco School, Jarabacoa
Basic medical care, Independent living , Trauma informed care, Education, Community outreach
School

A wonderful school serving nearly 300 impoverished and vulnerable children in the Jarabacoa region of Dominican. It has some excellent sporting facilities and recently became the first Kids Alive project to offer a year 11 syllabus, resulting in more of our graduating pupils getting into university.

Constanza School and Residential Centre
Constanza School
Dominican Republic
Trauma informed care, Education, Community outreach, Basic medical care, Family re-integration and fostering, Family support
School, Residential Centre

A wonderful school serving nearly 200 pupils from the nearby impoverished community, as well as offering residential care to a further 40 who have been abandoned, orphaned, or where it is not safe for them to return home.

Park School and Care Centre, Caraballo
Park School & Care Centre
Dominican Republic
Community outreach, Basic medical care, Family support , Trauma informed care, Education
Care Centre, School

This wonderful primary school offers an excellent education for nearly 200 impoverished children from nearby communities. The Care centre is particularly strong at providing educational support for secondary school pupils. Both offer holistic care, including trauma informed care, food, family support and life skills.

Santo Domingo North School and Care Centre
Santo Domingo North
Dominican Republic
Family support , Trauma informed care, Education, Community outreach, Basic medical care
Care Centre, Residential Centre

Based in an impoverished part of Puerto Plata, this programme provides an excellent education to 220 of the community’s most impoverished and vulnerable children. It is especially strong at introducing children to IT and more recently has taken on a trained trauma informed counsellor to help the many children who have suffered trauma.

Santo Domingo East School
Santo Domingo East
Dominican Republic
Trauma informed care, Education, Community outreach, Basic medical care
School

A wonderful primary school for about 200 of the region’s most impoverished and vulnerable children, with an after school sports programme serving 80 children. The school provides a range of holistic care, including free food, trauma informed care and counselling, basic medical care, and dental treatment.

Eva Russell School and Casa Monte Plata
Eva Russell School
Dominican Republic
Basic medical care, Family re-integration and fostering, Trauma informed care, Education
School, Residential Centre

A magnificent state-approved school serving 200 impoverished children in the middle eastern region of Dominican. The Monte Plata home cares for 40 abandoned and abused children as we try to reintegrate them back safely into their family or into foster care if this is not possible.

Oasis and La Arquilla
Oasis and La Arquilla
Guatemala
Family re-integration and fostering, Trauma informed care, Education, Young mother support, Basic medical care, Pursuance of justice
Residential Centre

This remarkable programme cares for young girls who have been victims of the worst cases of sexual abuse and have been referred to us by the local courts. We provide love, support, trauma informed care, support if the girls are pregnant, as well as pursuing justice against the perpetrators.

Casa Ester
Casa Ester
Guatemala
Young mother support, Independent living
Other

This programme serves older sexually abused girls who have come out of our Oasis programme and need support to live independently. The project helps them find work or continue with their education, as well as supporting them with childcare if they have little ones.

Source of Hope School
Source of Hope School
Guatemala
Community outreach, Basic medical care, Family support , Trauma informed care, Education
School

Provides an excellent education to 200 impoverished and vulnerable children, as well as food, family support, trauma informed care and life skills. The school is also used to administer medical care to 1,200 of the poorest in the community.

La Escuintla Care Centre
La Escuintla Care Centre
Guatemala
Trauma informed care, Pursuance of justice
Other, Care Centre

This wonderful care centre is a base for our legal teams to pursue justice for perpetrators of child sexual abuse. It is also a hub for victim support, including trauma informed care and counselling, as well as various other resources for them.

Friends of Peru Care Centre and Home
Friends of Peru
Peru
Community outreach, Basic medical care, Family re-integration and fostering, Family support , Trauma informed care, Education
Residential Centre, Care Centre

Based in the beautiful but very needy town of Andahuaylas in the Andes, we provide educational support, trauma informed care, general life skills and a lot of love to some of the town’s most vulnerable children. We also provide residential support to 20 abandoned children.

Manchay Oasis Care Centre and School
Manchay Oasis Centre
Peru
Community outreach, Basic medical care, Family support , Trauma informed care, Education, Young mother support

The Lighthouse Family Centre
The Lighthouse Centre
Peru
Community outreach, Basic medical care, Family re-integration and fostering, Family support , Trauma informed care, Education
Care Centre

A remarkable project supporting extremely vulnerable children and their families in a jungle community. Not just educational support, but also helping families break from negative values and cycles, as well as trauma informed care, food and livelihood support.

The Orchard Children's Home
Orchard Children's Home
Peru
Basic medical care, Family re-integration and fostering, Family support , Trauma informed care
Residential Centre

Provides a 2 year residential programme for 10 extremely vulnerable children, including the abandoned, neglected or abused, most of whom it is unsafe to return to their home. We provide trauma informed care and counselling and aim to reintegrate the child back into a safe family.

Juniper Tree Children's Home
The Juniper Tree
Peru
Basic medical care, Family re-integration and fostering, Family support , Trauma informed care, Young mother support
Residential Centre

A wonderful residential programme that provides all round care to some of the area’s abandoned and neglected children, as we seek to reintegrate them back into a safe family. It has also started ministering to vulnerable teenage mums, many of whom have been victims of sexual assault.

Oasis Care Centre
Oasis Care Centre
Lebanon
Community outreach, Basic medical care, Family support , Trauma informed care, Education
Care Centre

A day centre that provides specialist catch up education to vulnerable and impoverished Syrian refugee children aged 6-13, most of whom have NEVER received an education. Plus food, life skills, trauma informed care, family support, Bible classes, arts and sports. The kids love coming along!

Dar el Awlad School
Dar El Awlad School
Lebanon
Community outreach, Basic medical care, Family support , Trauma informed care, Education
School

This wonderful Christian school provides an education for 130 of Beirut’s most vulnerable and impoverished Syrian refugee children, including food, family support, trauma informed care, life skills and more. Many of the kids are years behind in their education having fled the war in Syria.

Dar El Awlad Children's Home
Dar el Awlad Children's Home
Lebanon
Basic medical care, Family re-integration and fostering, Family support , Trauma informed care
Residential Centre

Cares for up to 32 of the most vulnerable Syrian refugee and Lebanese children, who have either been abandoned or have lost their parents as they fled from the war. The children are certainly well cared for – including trauma informed care - and all attend the Dar el Awlad school.

New Horizons Care Centre
New Horizons Care Centre
Lebanon
Basic medical care, Family support , Trauma informed care, Education, Community outreach
Care Centre

A day centre in the south of Lebanon serving 25 primary school aged children and their families, typically from marginalised and impoverished backgrounds, including gypsies, Bedouins and refugees. It also provides vocational skills to older girls.

Why Sponsor a Project?


1. Support what’s close to your heart.Our project sponsorship programme enables you to support what means a lot to you, whether it’s a country that’s close to your heart, or a type of work, such as education, justice or trauma care.

2. Know the difference you’re making. As you know where your money is going, it is easier for you to identify with what you’re supporting and see the difference that your support is making.

3. Make a long term difference. Regular monthly sponsorship enables us to plan ahead so we can develop our projects to ensure they always best meet the best needs of the vulnerable children.

“…and if you spend yourselves in behalf of the hungry and satisfy the needs of the oppressed, then your light will rise in the darkness, and your night will become like the noonday.” Isaiah 58:10

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of the most commonly asked questions about our site sponsorship programme. If you would like any further information, please email us or call 020 3906 7644.


How much does it costs to sponsor a project?

It is generally up to you how much you would like to give each month, although it would be helpful if this could be a minimum of £10, just to help us cover some of our costs in administering the programme.

What information will I receive?

We will send you an annual project update report, as well as an annual report from the country director which will update you on all of the projects in that country. We will also send you a monthly email with news and prayer requests about all of our work, as well as invitations to update webinars, which we would normally hold for each country we work in twice a year.

Can I Gift Aid my donation?

Yes please, as this means we will receive an extra 25% of your donations back from the Government! But you must be a UK tax payer and have paid sufficient income tax to cover 25% of your donations. We will contact you with a Gift Aid declaration form to enable us to claim this once you have set up your sponsorship.

Can I visit the project?

Sadly not at the moment due to the pandemic, although it is something you could consider when it is safe to do so as part of a group, say, with your family or church. We call these ‘Teams Trips’.

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