Sponsor a Child

 

The most important investment you can make is to help build a child’s future.

We’re proud to connect you with our sweet children in Uganda (Abaana’s Hope). We’d love for you to become a sponsor!

 

 

Sponsorships and Donations

 

 

Meet our children:

 

 

Akello Lucky

AH051

Gender: Female

Birth: 2008

Lubangakene Oscar

AH036

Gender: Male

Birth: 2010

Ocakacon Moris

AH045

Gender: Male

Birth: 2003

Ocan Moses

AH048

Gender: Male

Birth: 2003

Ocen Francis

AH040

Gender: 2003

Birth: Male

Okello Steward

AH030

Gender: Male

Birth: 2008

Okot Emmanuel

AH053

Gender: Male

Birth: 2009

Okot Jonathan

AH049

Gender: Male

Birth: 2006

Olara Denis

AH052

Gender: Male

Birth: 2005

Olweny John Bosco

AH017

Gender: Male

Birth: 2006

Onencan Peter

AH023

Gender: Male

Birth: 2000

Opiyo Denis

AH041

Gender: Male

Birth: 2002

Opiyo Denis son of Lalango Rose

AH042

Gender: Male

Birth: 2003

Wokorach Ronald

AH050

Gender: Male

Birth: 2004

The Child Development Program at Abaana’s Hope is designed to give vulnerable kids a solid Biblical foundation to make a positive change in their homes and to lead the next generation.

 

By sponsoring a child you provide them a scholarship for the Child Development Program that will provide for their educational, spiritual, and physical needs. You are also able to connect with your child and build a life-changing relationship at the most critical time in their life.

 

Sunday School, Bible clubs, sports, youth conferences, camps, workshops, tutoring, skills training, and counseling among others allow us to not only develop the child’s leadership abilities but also to serve their family through demonstrating the Gospel of Christ.

 

Periodic updates will be provided regarding the progress of your child, and channels of communication are always open for you to inquire of their status. Thank you for the hope and opportunity you provide for these children.

 

How does your sponsorship benefit the kids?

 

Love changes everything

 

If you choose to sponsor a child it costs $40 per month.
We encourage you to send your child monetary gifts for special occasions, to address a need or simply as an act of love. Our staff can also purchase these gifts on your behalf and ensure that the funds are used appropriately. As a guideline, we ask that sponsors limit their gift giving to twice a year.
No, we aim to have a maximum of two sponsors per child.
We assist your child to write to you periodically and send regular updates about their progress.
You may also contact our Child Development Director, Jeremy Payton, via email at jeremy@fourcorners.orgfor additional information or questions. We also encourage you to visit Abaana’s Hope and see your child in person for an experience neither of you will forget.
We encourage you to send an introductory letter and photo. Instructions for sponsor/child correspondence will be provided when you choose to sponsor a child. The Abaana’s Hope staff will translate your letter and deliver it on your behalf.
We encourage you to write as often as possible as this is very fundamental in the development of your relationship with the child as well as the benefits they’ll reap from this.
For safety reasons, you should not communicate with your sponsored child outside of the avenues provided. By serving as the conduit for communication between you and your sponsored child, we are able to monitor any content that may be inappropriate or culturally insensitive - no matter how well-intentioned a comment may be. It is common that someone creates an account posing as a child in order to get money out of a sponsor. In some cases the kids might be in danger if the money is not provided. It is our obligation to protect a child and ensure a sponsor has their best interest at heart. In the event that a child or someone claiming to be a sponsored child contacts you through any other medium than a letter, we ask you to immediately notify us at holly@fourcorners.org.

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