SPONSOR A CHILD.
Sponsoring a child is a personal way to show God’s love to a child in need. For $39 a month, you’ll help that child and their community to stand tall, free from poverty.
Sponsoring a child means a fuller life for kids in need. A monthly gift of $39 provides
your child and their community with life-changing opportunities like these:
4-year-old Paul, who lives in Uganda, beat malaria thanks to a Rapid Diagnosis Test kit. He lived to meet his new baby brother, Lucky.
7-year-old Marlene was able to continue school in the Congo even after becoming an orphan. She’s learning to read!
Sonali from Bangladesh spends each day in a World Vision child-friendly space, where she is cared for, educated and protected while her mother works in a nearby brothel.
Stuck for a gift idea for the person who seems to have everything? There has been a major increase in the charity gift market in recent years as individuals seek to take control of their money and how it is used. Charity gifts are unique and cover a whole range of types of charity. Everyone cares about something so finding a charity gift suitable for that special present shouldn’t be too difficult!
Adopt an animal and your donation will help provide the care and attention each animal needs. The very existence of some of these animals hangs in the balance but you can make a difference by adopting an animal for yourself or as the perfect gift for a friend or loved one. You can adopt an animal from any walk of life whether it be native to another continent or closer to home. Whatever the animal, many of them are in need of protection and need your help!
Environmental issues are big news nowadays but many continue their day-to-day lives in blissful ignorance of the problems that sooner or later will affect the environment we live in. With the onset of climate change (including global warming, rising sea levels and declining rain forest) there are a number of established environmental charities doing their best to address the problems with your generous donations!
We are fortunate to be supported by these organizations:
With millions of children worldwide sick or living in poverty it is so easy to help them with a small donation – changing their lives for the better! The featured charities below support children around the world and at home in the UK. Making a donation to any of these children charities will make an incredible difference to the wellbeing of a child whether they be in the third world or closer to home.
Animal charities exist to look after the welfare of animals whether they be domestic pets or endangered wildlife. Sadly, cruelty is all too common in the animal world from the abuse of family pets to the threat of extinction to animals in the wild because of practices such as illegal hunting and fishing. Animal charities not only strive to protect animals but are also dedicated to the rescue, care and rehabilitation of sick, injured or orphaned wildlife.
Poverty is a shortage of things we take for granted that determine quality of life such as food, clothing, shelter and safe drinking water. Despite this typical view of poverty, it’s not just a problem that affects third world nations but is also an issue in developed countries where the most common symptom is homelessness. Specific poverty charities exist to deal with this multitude of problems with your help.
Without your valuable donations, the state of the nation’s health would be in severe decline. Health charities range from helping patients with long term illnesses to those suffering from mental health problems and funds raised help directly as well as funding research in developing cures for diseases such as cancer, alzheimers and heart problems to name but a few. Raising money for health charities is key to easing the suffering of many.
Human rights are the basic rights and freedoms to which all humans are entitled such as life, liberty, freedom of expression, equality before the law and economic, social and cultural rights. Human rights charities are focused on tackling human rights issues worldwide, particularly in countries where basic human rights are most at risk.