Sponsor a child

Our child sponsorship program works towards the long-term improvement of children’s lives through education, health and community developments.

Child Sponsoring

Working with families, children and communities to empower them to create lasting change for future generations is an essential part of our work in Nepal.

We focus on improving access to and quality of education for school-aged children in the remote communities of Nepal. Sponsorship programs include providing educational materials, training teachers and improvements to the school buildings and boarding house. Your ongoing donation helps us to achieve long-term support to these children.

Sponsoring is an excellent way of helping children have a brighter future.

You’ll offer a child real hope now and in the future when you sponsor. That’s because your money will help provide them with a stable childhood in their own community, as well as access to healthcare and quality education. So, when they reach adulthood, they can go on to lead full and independent lives. 

Sponsoring a child can be a rewarding experience – both for you and the communities you are helping.  

At this time we are not able to administer individual child sponsors, and this also can lead to confusion between those with and those with out sponosrs.
However we will keep you up to speed with updates on how a particular class or school is progressing.  

Keeping you in touch with regular updates

  • We will send you updates on how your group of school children are progressing
  • You’ll receive our regular newsletter featuring photos and stories on our work in Nepal
  • You are welcome to write and send small gifts to the class / school 

It’s easy to become a sponsor

Go to the Donation section of the website and sign up for a regular giving contribution of $50/ month on an ongoing basis.
Once your setup, let us know and we will keep your donations quaratined for children's education and support.

Feel free to contact us if you have further questions about sponsoring a child! info@hdfa.org

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