Complete Sponsorship

  • Tuyen
    1 year old girl from Vietnam
    Tuyen's family includes her parents, grandparents and elder sister. All the adults of the family are farmers.
  • Panhchara
    6 year old boy from Cambodia
    Panhchara is in good health and is too young to go to school is too young to help the family. He likes to play with toy cars.
  • Wisma
    10 year old boy from Indonesia
    Wisma is studying in the elementary school. His favourite subject is Bahasa Indonesia.
  • Renlyn
    12 year old girl from The Philippines
    Renlyn's family live together in their humble house made up of nipa leaves for roofing, wood for walling and for flooring.
  • Bereket
    5 year old boy from Ethiopia
    Born in Debreberhan, a small town in the Northern part of Shoa, a healthy, shy boy named Bereket was born in an extremely needy family.
  • Julie Mae
    10 year old girl from The Philippines
    Julie Mae's family lives in a house made of light materials. The father is a fisherman whose income depends on their daily catch.
  • Srey Neth
    8 year old girl from Cambodia
    Srey Neth is in good health and is attending primary school; her performance is average and her favourite subject is Literature.
  • Jullianna Mae
    11 year old girl from The Philippines
    Jullianna Mae's family lives in a rural community in the province. They live in a house constructed out of semi-permanent materials.
  • Sugirthan
    6 year old boy from Sri Lanka
    Sugirthan is a boy in primary school. He lives with his parents in a humble house made of mud and terracotta sheets.
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How Sponsorship helps Children

Pie Chart - 81c in every dollar goes directly to helping children in poverty
81c 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.

Communicating with your child


"I want to thank my sponsor for all the greetings cards and letters she has sent me. I have learned new things about her family and about the animals there."

Tharun, age 10, Sri Lanka

Child sponsorship is a wonderful opportunity to develop a new friendship across the globe. You can begin to get to know your sponsored child, learn more about each other and follow their progress.

Communicating is fun and enjoyable for both of you. It will be a childhood experience they will always cherish. But don’t just take it from us, see what children have to say!

To get started, we will send you a colourful postcard to introduce yourself. Shortly after, we’ll send you a fun activity for your sponsored child, so keep an eye on the post.

Don’t know what to write..? For hints and tips, please click here.

Sarun, Cambodia, proudly showing a card received from her Australian sponsor.

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.