Complete Sponsorship

  • Yetagesu
    12 year old boy from Ethiopia
    Yetagesu is attending elementary school and English is his favourite subject. He helps with domestic chores.
  • Theekshana
    8 year old boy from Sri Lanka
    Theekshana is a healthy boy who attends school. He goes to school by bus.
  • Mariana
    8 year old girl from Indonesia
    Mariana, or Yana as her family calls her, is a healthy and active young girl who loves to play at home.
  • Stephen
    6 year old boy from Zambia
    Stephen comes from a family of four children. He has three sisters. The family resides in Luumuno community of Lusaka which is the Capital.
  • Warren
    9 year old boy from The Philippines
    Warren's family lives in a house made of concrete materials built near the river. Space is limited having a large family.
  • Dakshitha
    11 year old boy from Sri Lanka
    Dakshitha is an only child who lives with his mother in a house made of bricks which have been given to them for free.
  • Estiana
    8 year old girl from Indonesia
    Estiana comes from a farming community in a remote area where the temperature is warm and water provision is sometimes difficult since it is from publ
  • Fathima
    6 year old girl from Sri Lanka
    Fathima is a healthy girl of six years. She goes to school. The school is situated about 10 metres away from home. She gets to school by walking.
  • Alfred
    1 year old boy from Kenya
    Alfred stays with both parents. His family is dependent on fire wood selling and casual labour done by the father for a living.

How Sponsorship helps Children

Pie Chart - 80c in every dollar goes directly to helping children in poverty
79c in every dollar goes directly to helping children in poverty

ChildFund Australia works in partnership with children and their communities to create lasting and meaningful change by supporting long-term community development and promoting children's rights.

 

Sponsorship contributions help provide food, healthcare, safe drinking water, education and income generation skills for the child, family and community.

Active community participation and empowerment is encouraged within ChildFund project areas. Although children are at the centre of the locally developed initiatives, the emphasis is on encouraging self-help by providing families and communities with the means to reshape their future.

Writing to your Sponsor Child


"I recently went through all of the letters and photos Sarita has sent me over the years – I am going to take them with me on the trip to show her that I’ve I kept them all."

Lee-Anne Bye, ChildFund Australia sponsor

Writing letters not only strengthens your relationship with your sponsored child and their family, but also keeps you in closer touch with their progress. Writing to your sponsored child will also help to encourage letters from your sponsored child.

ChildFund will send you an introductory postcard and a fun letter-writing kit to help get you started!

Introductory postcard and fun letter-writing kit

Visiting your Sponsor Child




“It has just been the most incredible day, to meet this child who we have only seen in pictures, to interact with Hamad, to see the area where he lives and meet his family."

ChildFund Ambassador, Julie Goodwin

Many sponsors describe visiting their sponsored child and their community as one of the most enriching and memorable experiences of their life. It also provides you with the unique opportunity to see first-hand the enormous difference that your sponsorship contributions are making in your sponsored child’s community.

ChildFund Australia can arrange for you to meet your sponsored child and family in their village. Please email Supporter Relations at visits@childfund.org.au or call on 1800 023 600 at least three months ahead of your planned departure date so arrangements can be made. Learn more about visiting your sponsored child.