DSWD License No: DSWD-SU/FOX-RL-000007-2019
DSWD Accreditation No: DSWD – SB-A-1532-2016
Securities Exchange Commission Registration:CN200829551
Sponsor A Child At House of Joshua
The House of Joshua Sponsorship program facilitates the direct support of children who are in long term resdidential care at House of Joshua.
Each sponsor has the unique opportunity to invest and share in an individual child’s life through friendship correspondence, practical care, education and prayer support.
What does Sponsorship Include?
Full Child Sponsorship: Supports a child’s basic home life & development needs; food, clothing, health care, & social services as a rehabilitation care child or transition care youth at House of Joshua.
COST: ANNUAL MONTHLY
UK £400.00 £33.00
USA $600.00 £50.00
EUR E520.00 E43.00
Educational Sponsorship: Supports a child in our Rehabilitation Care Program (aged 4-18) to attend a local public school and includes uniform, bag, shoes, school books & supplies, lunch box, and required materials and contributions for school projects, assignments and activities.
Career Sponsorship: Supports a youth in our Transition Care program (aged 18-21) to obtain national vocational livelihood skills qualifications facilitated by the Technical Education & Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and includes all materials, supplies, equipment, uniform & examination fees.
COST: PER YEAR
If you would like to sponsor a child at House of Joshua please kindly email a request to Lifenetkids@yahoo.com
Registered sponsors will receive a sponsorship pack which includes the sponsored child’s profile information and photographs.
Sponsored children send posted personal letters, photographs and correspondence to their sponsors 3 times per year.
Registered sponsors for full child sponsorship will also receive email updates on their sponsored child's progress, video messages, House of Joshua news and the Lifenet Children's Foundation newsletters.
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