Sponsorships

CCP currently supports four families with disabled children.

The plight of these families is serious.

It is very important to us to find a sponsor for every child in order to be able to provide individual help.

As a sponsor, you have a personal relationship with the child and create a future!

Our sponsorship is called “Home Help,” which means that a sponsor supports the family as well as the child with hygiene items, a food supplement, clothing, and other individual items such as clothing. support school fees and school materials or physiotherapy.

 

For further questions please contact us at:

contact@childcareproject.org

 

 

What does a sponsorship look like?

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Sponsorship means financial support of € 25 a month.

What could be a sponsorship for one of our children with disabilities? What are the responsibilities of the Child Care Project, which tasks does the sponsor have?

 

The budget “Home Help”

“Home Help” describes the monthly basic budget to be covered for support
one of our children. The budget includes:

 


Total amount25€

Form of support Amount per month
Hygiene products 4,27€
Food subsidy 10,00€
Transport and clothing 7,03€
Other (individual, for example school fees) 3,70€
   

 

 

The food supplement of 10 € is valid until the concept “Help for self-help
through agriculture “and the families can provide themselves with sufficient self-sufficiency.

 

 

The tasks of the CCP:

  •  Joint conversations with the sponsor / family (s) about the child’s situation and the specific needs

  •  Ensure an interactive exchange between godparent and child

  •  Monthly visit of children from CCP

  •  Ensuring that the children and their families are provided with donations (clothing, food, toiletries, medicine, etc.) through financial support from the sponsor

  •  Development of a concept (with the sponsor) to reach (if possible) the goal of help for self-help

  •  Annual detailed report on the development and the change of the child, as well as regular short reports to the godparents

  • individual contact person, for each child a CCP member is responsible as a contact and mediator between child and godfather, who is open to all questions and creates the individual reports

The duties of the sponsor:

  •  Joint discussions with the CCP on the child’s situation and the specific needs

  •  Regular individual donation contribution (at least 25 € per month)

  •  If desired, we would like cooperation and interaction in the planning and implementation of support for the respective child

  •  If desired, then gladly develop a concept (together with CCP) around (if possible) to reach the goal of help to self-help

 

Our four children:

Joel Kabuye

JoelWhat would your sponsorship mean for Joel:

  • Regular physiotherapy

  • Maintenance of walking and standing aid

  • Hygiene products such as soap and detergent

  • Clothing

  • Nutrition support

  • Monthly visit

 

More information about Joel can be found here!

Please contact us at:

contact@childcareproject.org

 

Justine Nabuyegga

JustineWhat does the sponsorship mean for Justine?

  • School education and school materials

  • Medical examination

  • Fighting the sand fleas

  • Hygiene products such as soap and detergent

  • Clothing

  • Support of nutrition

  • Monthly visit

You can find more information about Justine here!

Please contact us at:

contact@childcareproject.org

Sharifa Nabunnya

SharifaWhat does the sponsorship mean for Sharifa:

  • School Education & school supplies

  • Maintenance of the crutches

  • Medical examination

  • Making a special shoe

  • Hygiene products such as soap and detergent

  • Clothing

  • Support of nutrition

  • Monthly visit

 

You can find more information about Sharifa here!

Please contact us at:

contact@childcareproject.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

Daphine Nandya

DaphineWhat does the sponsorship mean for Daphine:

  • Medical check-ups

  • Regular physiotherapy

  • Special chair

  • Medicins

  • Hygiene products such as soap and detergent

  • Clothing

  • Support of nutrition

  • Monthly visit

 

You can find more information about Daphine here!

Please contact us at:

contact@childcareproject.org