WHY SPONSOR A CHILD?
At Africa New Life, we believe that access to education is the key to helping children break out of poverty. For that reason, educational child sponsorship is the heart of our ministry. Today, 10,000 children are sponsored across Rwanda. Their sponsorship means they can attend school consistently and are equipped with the materials and support needed to succeed. By sponsoring a child, you help to break the cycle of poverty in Rwanda. You free a child to dream.
HOW SPONSORSHIP WORKS
Africa New Life has two top-priority goals for each child we work with: to help them complete high school or a vocational equivalent and to bring them into a loving relationship with and knowledge of Christ. We accomplish these goals through a variety of programs and ministry areas. Educational child sponsorship is the first step.
When you sponsor a child through Africa New Life, you provide for that child’s school fees, uniform, scholastic materials, and basic medical assistance. You also help provide monthly Christian day camps and a four-day Bible camp each fall, opportunities for your sponsored student to gather, celebrate, and learn with other sponsored students from his or her community.
Your relationship as a sponsor is critical in your sponsored child’s life. Your sponsored student and his or her family will love you, pray for you, and know you by name. You can get to know them better by writing to them, sending gifts through our Online Store, or even visiting them in Rwanda! You will experience transformation as you come alongside them and help free them to dream.
Sponsor a child in Rwanda today by clicking the button below!Sponsor a Student Today
DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR SPONSORSHIP
SEE CHILD SPONSORSHIP IN ACTION
Our 2012 sponsorship video, created by filmmaker Ryan Youngblood, depicts the actual moment when Grace and her parents were told that she is now sponsored and could begin attending Africa New Life’s school in Bugesera.
LEARN MORE ABOUT SPONSORSHIP
Want to know more about sponsoring a child in Rwanda? Read our sponsorship Frequently Asked Questions.
For more information about sponsorship, please click here to contact our Sponsorship department.