Albino child sponsorship Uganda

Category : Child Sponsorship | Sub Category : Sponsor a child with albinism Posted on 2021-03-14 14:36:07

Albino child sponsorship Uganda

Welcome to our Albino Child Sponsorship Program.

Sponsor an albino child with Site for Community Services Programme SCOSP)

Choosing to sponsor a needy child is a great individual way to show the love and light of God to a child in need.

For $40 every month, you will help a needy child with albinism and other vulnerable child in their community to rise against odds, and set him or her free from, hunger, systemic deprivation and poverty.

Since 2010, we have used more than 90% of our total program operating expenses for programs that benefit children, families, and communities.

One child for one sponsor

Each child is matched with ONE unique sponsor parent. This could be you! Even in situations where more than 1 person sponsors a child, they are represented by one person.

What your Sponsored child gets

Regular monitoring of their progress and well-being by local staff

Protection from abuse, neglect, and exploitation

Activities such as children’s clubs, learning events, and community celebrations

Any encouraging cards, letters, photos, or packages that you send

Opportunity to contribute as agents of change in their communities

Community-wide solutions such as clean water systems, improved schools, health services, and farming inputs.

What you get when you sponsor a child

Welcome packet with child information

Your first letter from your child (within about 12 weeks)

Yearly child photo and updates

Annual progress reports from your child’s community

Complimentary greeting cards to send to your child

An online email where you can email your child, send extra gifts, and see the latest photos, videos, and community updates

The life-changing opportunity to visit your sponsored child

How does our unique child sponsorship work?

SCOSP child sponsorship programs: focus on improving the physical, emotional, spiritual, and social well-being of the most vulnerable children. Our 10 years of experience have proven that the most effective way to help a child is to strengthen the child’s entire community, caring for every child along the way.

Every child matters

With Community-focused problem solving interventions, for every child you help, 4 more benefit, too through gifts, clothes, animals (like goats, cows, sheep, ) and other donations to the family in which the child lives. But this is usually a choice.

Community Partnership

The SCOSP local staff starts to do partner with children, families, and the community. Our aim is to enable children, with their families and communities, to build a better future for themselves.

One Child for One Sponsor

Vulnerable children are identified and nominated by the community for the SCOSP child sponsorship program. Each child is matched with only one sponsor. This one-to-one connection is a powerful way to share God’s love.

Charity donations for needy children

Since 2010 we used more than 90 percent of our total program operating expenses for the benefit children, families, and communities. Your monthly sponsorship gift is combined with other donations to invest in long-term resources for your sponsored child and their whole community, as well as other children in need.

Monitor and celebrate the sponsorship progress

Your love, prayers, letters, and donations result in real, lasting change for your sponsored child, their family, and their community. Enjoy sharing the journey and seeing proof that your support is changing a child’s life and futures for good.

Be a lucky and happy sponsor for a child today!

How do I sponsor a child?

Sponsor a child, and your monthly gift helps bring essentials like clean water, nutrition, education, basic healthcare, and hope to your sponsored child and the community. When you sponsor a child, you can build a relationship with your child through letters and photos. Sponsor a child for $40 a month and help that child, and other vulnerable children in the community, break from systemic deprivation, abuse, poverty for good.

1. Sponsor a child whose story, interests, and circumstances resonate with you. You can even pick a child who shares a birthday with you or a family member.

2. When you sponsor a child for $40 a month, your sponsorship donation goes directly to the child. When a separate donation is made it is pooled with other donations for maximum impact to fund programs that benefit your needy sponsored children and their community.

3. Along the way, you can build a relationship with your sponsored child and your child’s community through letters, videos, time, prayer, updates, encouragement, and more.

4. Sponsors who have the flexibility and resources can even arrange a visit to meet their child.

It’s a life-changing experience – we’ll help you arrange the meet-up!

 When you sponsor a child, you get to watch the impact of your monthly sponsorship and other donations on your child, their family, and their entire community; You can celebrate with them along the progress.

How much does it cost to sponsor a child with SCOSP?

Child sponsorship with SCOSP costs $40 per month. This goes directly to the child. If some other donations are received, we make the most of your children’s donated money, we combine it with other donations to invest in lasting, long-term resources for your sponsored child, their community, and other vulnerable children. In fact, because of our holistic, community-focused and participator approach, for every child sponsored, other 2 children benefit who are not yet sponsored but are under the care of SCOSP! This is because everywhere we work, our main aim is to strengthen and empower the entire community, so all needy children can thrive.

What is child sponsorship?

SCOSP’s child sponsorship programs focus on improving the well-being of children in need, especially the most vulnerable. Child sponsorship pairs an individual sponsor with one child. When you sponsor a child, you help provide essentials like clean water, nutrition, education, and more as planned with the child’s community, while you connect through letters and photos. The goal of helping your sponsored child and other vulnerable children in their community is to break away from the systemic deprivation and the cycle poverty for good. Our programs are child-focused, and community based.


Why sponsor a child?

Sponsoring a child is the most personal, effective way to fight poverty. When you sponsor a child in need, you build a special relationship that encourages your child with hope for the future. Plus, your donations join forces with other sponsors to lift your child, their community, and other vulnerable children out of poverty for good. Everything we do has one aim – the sustained well-being of children. Your support helps pursue the physical, emotional, spiritual, and social well-being of vulnerable children.

Where can I sponsor a child?

You can sponsor a child in many areas around the country in Uganda:

The south western region

The western Region

Central region

The  Eastern region

West Nile region

We are so passionate about helping to end poverty. Through donations SCOSP supports local staff to partner with communities to develop custom solutions for your child’s community that will last a lifetime.

Why sponsor a child through SCOSP?

Sponsoring a child through SCOSP is unique way of helping a needy child because we look at all the things that prevent children from surviving and thriving in their community.

Then we work with each sponsorship community to bring all the pieces of the puzzle together to build a better future for all children.

You can exchange letters and photos, and even visit your sponsored child, but we don’t just give sponsored children cash every month. We use our monthly general donations and leverage them for maximum impact. We call this our community development approach.

Depending on the needs of your sponsored child’s community, things like clean water systems, improved schools, health clinics, farming, and community savings groups create a vibrant, sustainable future for every child. And since all our of our staff work in their local regions, they know the culture and can help create tailored solutions for every community.

Every little bit counts we’re transparent and we maximize your impact!

Does SCOSP child sponsorship work?

Our child sponsorship program addresses the root causes of children’s vulnerability, empowering children, their families, and their communities to break away from the cycle of poverty. We take a comprehensive and integrated approach to community development, using evidence-based interventions in our programming that are externally validated. When we partner with communities, we start by inviting them to identify their greatest needs. Then we work together to develop a plan, equipping them with resources to address their specific challenges—like improving water and sanitation, health and nutrition, education, child protection, and spiritual nurture.

And it’s effective. Our holistic, participatory community-empowering approach is helping children and families transform their own lives.

Improve access to local health services for children: In Uganda, moms in rural areas travel long distances to get healthcare that is designed to boost newborn survival compared to mothers in urban areas.

With sponsorship kids thrive in school which they would ordinarily missed.

Water and Sanitation program: Water solutions are long-lasting: Most families have water shortages and children get a lot of problems walking long distances and long the way they get lots of problems and yet they waste a lot of time which would be used for doing their revision.

Young people are growing in their faith: In our sponsorship program children and youth willingly take part in activities like singing, dancing Sunday school and youth ministry.

Can I  sponsor two or more children?

Yes, you can sponsor an additional child if you already sponsor a child.

Other ways to get involved

You can also tell your friends and to do the same.

 • You can volunteer to get more children sponsors

To get in touch with one our staff to assist you, please do send us an email via



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