Streets Ahead Rwanda | Child Sponsorship
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Child Sponsorship

Child Sponsorship
“Having the opportunity to see how funds raised by SAR are appropriated…to ensure a safe and happy environment for vulnerable children and, at the same time, offering education opportunities was a real gift.”  – Kate

Sponsoring the children through regular gifts to Streets Ahead Rwanda provide a reliable stream of income that enables us to both plan for the future and retain the flexibility to respond to the changing needs in the region we work.

 

By becoming a sponsor with a regular gift, you will join our community of friends. And as a friend of SAR you will receive regular updates and communication, ensuring you know how your gift is supporting our work and are the first to know about our latest news.

 


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What can £5 per month do?

£5 per month can support a child in primary school. This is the most common form of support provided to children to help support them and their families after reintegration



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What can £10 per month do?

£10 per month can help reintegrate a child who has been living on the street. On average it takes 6 months to manage this, so over a year we could support reuniting 2 children with their family or community



Reintegrated school Children


What can £20 per month do?

This reflects the cost of supporting a child through secondary education



Boys' Centre Young residents


What can £25 per month do?

£25 per month can cover the direct costs of maintaining children in centres, such as food, water and clothes, etc.



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What can £50 per month do?

£50 can help support a young person