FOR $30 A MONTH YOU CAN CHANGE A CHILDS LIFE!
Our Child Sponsorship commitment will be to sponsor a child for $30 a month with a minimum 12 month commitment. Funds will be given to the child/caregiver in the form of care packages that are administered, monthly, by our staff, alongside Links of Hope educational and training programs.
Packages will consist of essential food and personal hygiene items. School aged children will receive school fees, uniforms, shoes, and a bag each year and our pre-school aged children attend our weekly pre-school literacy program. Babies are supplied with formula milk supplies where needed. Full visibility on how funds are spent will be available and you will obtain a photo and biography with more detailed information to learn about your child. All of the children on Links of Hope programming are living impacted by the HIV epidemic, whether they are vulnerable or directly affected by HIV.
You will be able to send emails to Links of Hope that can be printed and delivered to your child.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact us.
Fieldthorn, 9 years old, lives in Port Moresby with his single mother and younger brother.
The boys joined our Child Sponsorship Program in 2015. Though their mother cannot afford to send the boys to school...
Tony, 10 years old, is partially blind, seeing only moving images. Struggling with her own medical care, Tony’s mother was not able to fully devote time for Tony and her siblings...
Laho is a quiet, sensitive 5 year old boy living with his brother Benson and their mother and grandfather. They have shelter over their heads but a dirt floor and few possessions. Because Laho’s...
Ali’s mother passed away when Ali was quite young and her grandfather was unable to care for her.
After her grandfather approached Links of Hope and with careful consideration, we placed Ali with...
Cecelia is 3 years old and cared for by her grandmother. Earlier this year Cecelia was suffering from Tuberculosis (TB) and had severely swollen glands in her neck. We spent time visiting her in hospital as...