Transform a life - Sponsor a student in Nakabango
The best way to have a long-lasting impact in Nakabango is to sponsor the education of a future leader.
For only $330 per year (or 12 payments of $29/month), a child can learn the skills necessary to lift them and their village out of poverty. As part of your student sponsorship, you will send and receive updates from your student twice a year. The school year starts in February and ends in late November. Click one of the Sponsor Me buttons below to transform a life!
What Does my sponsorship provide?
The sponsorship of $330 per year provides for the following:
Each year, Hearts & Hope will contact you to see if you wish to discontinue your sponsorship. Otherwise, your credit card will simply be re-billed.
Provide Additional Support
You will also have the opportunity to provide the following one-time, additional support for your student and their school:
- Basic Medical Fund - $25 to purchase mosquito nets, anti-malarial medicines, and pesticides
- School Facilities Fund - $25 to purchase teaching aids, desks, and other classroom needs for your student's school
Students Available for Sponsorship
Ian Mugogo - Primary 1
Birthdate: August 26th, 2013 (6)
Interests: Math and beef with rice
Family Situation: Ian lives with his grandma due to his parents separating and abandoning him and his siblings. He hopes to be able to grow up and become a police officer.
Vumiya Faumbe - Secondary 2
Vumiya is a 17 year old girl who has been part of our sponsorship program for over 7 years. Her sponsor is no longer able to pay for her studies, so she needs a new sponsor and friend to help her continue studying.
Daniel Mukisa - Primary 1
Birthdate: June 7th, 2012 (Age 7)
Interests: Religion and football
Family Situation: Daniel's father passed away and his mother abandoned him. He now lives with his brother and his grandmother, who has difficulty finding work.
Gary Louis Nkono - Primary 4
Birthdate: May 29th, 2010 (9)
Interests: Football, sweet potatoes, and science
Family Situation: Louis lives with his parents, peasant farmers, who struggle to provide for Louis and his five siblings.