Why sponsor a child?
Private sponsorship is one of our association’s distinctive features. It has proven successful and we firmly believe in the strength of the ties woven on a long term basis between a child and an adult who supports them for part of his or her life.
To become a sponsor:
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Two types of sponsorship
Sponsor a child or teenager on the Reinsertion/Personal Reconstruction Programs
The girls are between 5 and 23 years old. They have one to three sponsors until the end of their schooling. The sponsor participates in the reconstruction process, giving the young girl the motivation to finish her schooling and helping her to gain confidence in her abilities.
Sponsor a teenager in the Education and Development Program
Children are between 10 and 24 years old. They come from disadvantaged families living near the association’s houses. They obtain excellent grades and go to the same schools as the teenagers in the Reinsertion/Personal Reconstruction Programs. They are supported by one sponsor until the end of their studies and beneficiate, together with their families, from CAMELEON’s medical and social services. The parents participate financially to the cost of certain expenses.
Implementation of the sponsorship
The sponsorship is effective upon receipt of your annual membership fee (35 € /year) and the implementation of the monthly sponsorship fees (28 €, 44 € or 56 €/month).
Upon receipt of your fees we will send you a file on your sponsored child, comprising:
In addition to financial support, sustainable relationships are developed between the sponsor and the child through regular school reports, exchange of letters, drawings sent by the child and small gifts.
Sponsors can, if they wish to, visit their sponsored child in the Philippines at any time during the year.
If you donate 28 €/month which represents 28 X 12 = 336 €/year, your tax reduction will be of 252 € [336 X 75% = 252 €]. As a result, your sponsorship will only cost you 84 € a year (i.e. 7 €/month) after the 75% tax-deduction.
Becoming a sponsor is offering better opportunities to children victim of abuse or poverty. It is a commitment that allows you to develop a lasting relationship with your sponsored child. You will help him or her grow thanks to a medical, educational and moral support. You give him the possibility to build his or her future.