ANIDA Child Sponsorship
William is the youngest of five children born to a very poor family. William has hopes to be a doctor when he grows up and he desparately needs to attend school to make his dream possible. Through child sponsorship, your investment in his life also helps William’s family and community.
Daniel is a twin. He lives with his father and 4 siblings. His mother died when he was one year old. Daniel's father works as a taxi driver to support the family. Daniel is a respectful and attentive boy. He does best in his Science class. Through child sponsorship, your investment in his life also helps Daniel’s family and community.
I live in Liberia with my mom and 7 siblings. My father left us 6 years ago because he was very ill, and has since died from his illness. My goal is to be double promoted each school year and finish secondary school. I have been working very hard to achieve these goals by studying every day. My favorite subject is spelling and I am studying hard to do better in math. My mom never had the opportunity to attend high school, so she really values education for me and my siblings. Unfortunately, she cannot afford to fund all of our education on her own. With your help, I can stay in school and hopefully be able to achieve my dream of finishing secondary school. Through child sponsorship, your investment in his life also helps Robert ’s family and community.
I live in Liberia with my young mom because my father left us when I was born. Going to school makes me so happy! My teachers say I'm getting very good at recitation and I really enjoy playing with toys during our free time. I have learned that doctors make good salaries, so I have plans to become a doctor in my future! Unfortunately, with just my mom supporting the family, it is very difficult to fund my education. As a result, I may not be able to finish the school year. With your help, I could continue my studies and achieve my dreams of becoming a doctor! Through child sponsorship, your investment in his life also helps Titus’s family and community.
I live in Liberia with my older sister who has done an amazing job taking care of me in place of my mom who left us over 7 years ago. My sister has impacted my life very positively, especially by encouraging me to go to school. In school, I have worked hard to achieve an 89% average. My favorite subject is English because I love to be creative and write stories. Unfortunately, even though my sister works hard to support us, we are unable to afford my education. As you can tell, I love school and I do not want to drop out. With your help, I can continue going to school and hopefully live a life out of poverty one day. Through child sponsorship, your investment in his life also helps Franklin’s family and community.
Abandoned to a farming and sometimes hunting father who has to neglect keeping time with him and his sibling. Nonetheless, he is one of two whose parent's absence doesn't bother him at all. He keeps making good of his schooling. Through child sponsorship, your investment in his life also helps Daniel’s family and community.
I live in Liberia with my grandparent because, sadly, my father decided he did not want to care for me. I am currently in grade 5 and so happy to be a student. My favourite subject is math and I am so very proud to report that my teachers say I am highly innovative! I work very hard to do well in school and currently have a 90% average. Unfortunately, due to financial difficulties, I will have to drop out of school soon. With your kind support, I would be able to continue my studies and one day graduate to become a contributing member of the community. It would be thrilling to have my basic needs met and finally live a life beyond poverty. Through child sponsorship, your investment in his life also helps Zoryeah’s family and community.
I live in Liberia with my teenage aunt because my mom died during my birth. I am currently in junior kindergarten and I’m really enjoying it. My favorite subject is science and it has inspired me to become a doctor in the future! Unfortunately, even with my aunt’s hard work, she won’t be able to fund my education for much longer. With your help, I would have the opportunity to continue my education and hopefully one day, achieve my dream of becoming a doctor! Through child sponsorship, your investment in his life also helps Prince’s family and community.
Myers likes eating his breakfast in a hurry just to be in school on time. He is so excited to start school this year for the first time. His mother bore him in her very teener age to a dishonest father who abandoned them many years ago. Through child sponsorship, your investment in his life also helps Myers’s family and community.
Elijah lives with his single mother. He is in primary one, and his favorite subject is language arts. Elijah loves being in school to learn and play with his friends. He is jovial and likes talking and participating in sports. He is a well-behaved child at home and community. He loves trying new things. Elijah’s mother is determined to give him a better future but struggling due to a lack of regular jobs and funds. Sponsor Elijah to secure his education and make his dreams come true. Through child sponsorship, your investment in his life also helps Elijah’s family and community.
Asa lives with her single mother. She is in primary one, and her favourite subject is mathematics. Asa likes to be in school and play with other school children. She is likable both in school and community. She likes fidgeting with her mother’s phone to design and learn letters. Her hobbies are she enjoys playing with colours and doing creative activities like sewing or drawing. Her mother’s hope is for her to grow and become a fashion designer in future. But she is struggling to keep Asa in school because she is currently unemployed and unwell. By the way, you can sponsor Asa to complete her education and live her mother’s dream. Through child sponsorship, your investment in her life also helps Asa’s family and community.
Kejhan is a twin, and he lives with his parents. He and his twin are best friends but often like to disagree. He is in primary one. His most vital subject is mathematics. Kejhan loves being in school because he likes learning and playing with his friends. He enjoys participating in football. Kejhan's parents are determined but struggling to give their children the opportunities they could not get. Sponsor Kejhan to secure his education and make his dreams come true. Through child sponsorship, your investment in his life also helps Kejhan’s family and community.
Kejhani is a twin, and he lives with his parents. He is in primary one. His most vital subject is mathematics. Kejhani loves being in school because he likes learning and playing with his friends. He enjoys participating in football and track and field. Kejhani's parents are determined but struggling to give their children the opportunities they could not get. Sponsor Kejhani to secure his education and make his dreams come true. Through child sponsorship, your investment in his life also helps Kejhani’s family and community.
Jorianna is the only child of her single mother. They live in St. Elizabeth in Jamaica. Jorianna is in primary one. She likes mathematics. She is hoping to improve her reading skill. Her teachers report that she engages and excels in class. Her hobbies are watching television and playing with dolls. Thank you for being the one to make Jorianna’s dream come through! Through child sponsorship, your investment in her life also helps Jorianna’s family and community.
We believe in creating opportunity through access to education
We rely on establishing partnerships with community leaders to identify the needs of vulnerable families.
Sponsorship offers meaningful intervention that raises a child’s self-esteem and aspirations, creating lasting educational and economic opportunities that positively alter the outcome of a child’s life
Enhance the quality of education for children by covering school related expenses such as tuition fees, uniforms, shoes, textbooks, as well as afterschool tutoring support. Paying for these school supplies and resources reduces inequality in accessing education and empowers children when they attend school
Provide children with nutritional food to maintain mental, social, and emotional wellbeing. Ensuring healthy diets strengthens educational outcomes within the classroom and decreases absenteeism
Offer social support by creating a meaningful connection with your child. Learn about your child, their community, and educational goals to boost their confidence and drive. Children are also connected with a local network of supports to assist them through their journey, including staff, alumni, and other mentors.
ANIDA’s Hope for Tomorrow program is a child sponsorship program that aims to educate a child in Ghana, Liberia, and Jamaica. It is a monthly donation program that goes towards the education of a child. Sponsoring a child is an active way to get the child and their family out of poverty. Education is powerful and increases the opportunities the child will have in their future.
It’s quite simple!
You get the choose from our priority children and learn a bit more about them. You then make monthly donations of $35 for your sponsored child’s education and to support their well-being. You’ll get updates and letters from your child and will get the chance to write back to them as well. Your contribution helps uplift and empower a child in poverty and helps provide them with more opportunities to better their lives.
For only $35 a month, you can change the life of a child and empower them with the tools needed to break the cycle of poverty. You can sponsor one child or as many as you want. You can also make donations quarterly ($105), semi-annually ($210) or annually ($420). Our Hope for Tomorrow program allows you to sponsor the future of a child.
We have a list of priority children available to choose from on our website. You’re able to learn more about them before sponsoring the child. You can learn more about their life and how beneficial the child sponsorship program would be for them.
When sponsoring a child, you’re helping enhance their quality of education through the covering of school related expenses and helping build up their future. Your contribution will help cover tuition fees, textbooks, shoes, tutoring support and will help make education more accessible. Families are also supported through various workshops, regular check-ins and provided with nutrition packages a few times a year.
You can log into your MyAccount on the ANIDA website and write to your child. They are also able to write back to you! Your letters to your child help uplift and motivate them to do better. Children and their families appreciate your support and love hearing from you! If you’re having trouble figuring out what to write, check out our blog post for some tips!
The quickest way to get something to your sponsored child is by sending it online. We have made it easy for you by creating a tab in your online MyAccount that is devoted to letter writing. You can write your letter, add a photo, and send it in less than 10 minutes. This is also where you will receive mail from your sponsored child. You can expect to receive a response from you sponsored child within 3 months of sending your letter.
Education is one of the best ways of helping a child get out of a life of poverty. The investment into the future of a child not only benefits them but also benefits their family and community. Through your sponsorship, you are removing the financial barrier that is preventing a child from obtaining an education.
Once you start sponsoring a child, you will receive a Welcome Email and a Sponsorship package in the mail. It contains useful information about your sponsored child, the community in which they live and how to communicate with them. Expect to receive your kit within 30 to 60 days.
We also send you updates about how your child and their family are doing and updates from their teachers regarding the progress of their education. Children have the opportunity to write letters back to their sponsors and you’ll be able to write back to the child as well.