How to sponsor a child...

Sponsoring a child is rewarding

One ChildAid supporter says: 

"ChildAid’s sponsorship scheme is very personal. We can call at anytime to a friendly, helpful person in the office and we are informed regularly about our sponsored children. We are told what they have been doing and how they are faring."
ChildAid helped her smile.

How can I  make a difference and sponsor a family, child or baby?

To sponsor a child for £16 or abandoned babies for £5.50 per month you simply need to set up a Direct Debit via the link here >> or a Standing Order via your on-line banking using these details (a small amount is added for Direct Debits to cover bank charges)

Account Name:  ChildAid

Bank:                     CAF Bank

Account No.:      00093433

Sort Code:          40-52-40

Bank address:    West Malling, Kent, ME19 4JQ

and send an e-mail to us at info@childaidrr.org.uk confirming that you wish to sponsor a child/young person, the date you have set up a standing order from, and if you have any specific requests such as:

Belarus

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Disabled young person

Moldova

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Disabled child

 

o

Vulnerable child/family

Russia

o

Vulnerable child/family

Ukraine

o

Orphan

 

o

Vulnerable child/family

   

Disabled child

Abandoned babies

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Alternatively, please feel free to:

  1. send us a completed Child Sponsorship Form.
  2. send us a completed Standing Order Form and let us know whether you wish to pay monthly, quarterly or annually
  3. If you are a UK taxpayer please Gift Aid your sponsorship to make it go even further - please fill out the Gift Aid Form.

If you are unable to download the forms by clicking on the links underlined please contact us on 020 8460 6046 and we will send the forms to you by post.


"We receive Christmas Cards from our sponsored child which I always treasure"

Sponsoring a child is rewarding

One ChildAid supporter says: 

"ChildAid’s sponsorship scheme is very personal. We can call at anytime to a friendly, helpful person in the office and we are informed regularly about our sponsored children. We are told what they have been doing and how they are faring."