Change a Life. Change a Nation.

Urgent and Immediate Opportunity to Help!

Choose 1 of 32 kids who can’t afford to attend school in Nepal.

For our year-end giving goal, we are offering education sponsorships to children in Hetauda. You can help change a life forever. Our year-end goal is to raise $11,340 to sponsor the remaining 27 kids who need education sponsorship.

Click the orange button below and choose one child to give a bright future to.

 

Sponsor a Child in Nepal and Save One from Human Trafficking

Kids from low castes in Nepal suffer extreme risks because of poverty, broken families, devaluing of women and girls, and lack of educational access. These forces feed the trafficking and enslavement networks between Nepal and India with an endless supply of vulnerable girls and boys.

When you sponsor a child in the WPC Nepal Safe Home or in the Hetauda community, you are giving that child a new future. You are giving them hope, medical care, education, and food within a community of safety, care, and friendship.

There are two types of children you can sponsor – those in the safe home and those living elsewhere who can’t afford school.

 

 

 

Fight Human Trafficking and Poverty in Nepal Through Child Sponsorship

The best way to fight human trafficking and modern day slavery is to cut off the supply. In other words, save the children who are most at-risk for trafficking – before they get victimized.

WPC Nepal rescues kids who have been trafficked, but most of our children come under our care before being exploited. While many of our kids avoid the worst of what humans do to children, they struggle with the other effects of poverty in Nepal:

  • Abuse and neglect from family members unable or unwilling to provide
  • Abandonment – especially girls – from family members battling their own addictions
  • Illiteracy and lack of education – there are no public schools in Nepal, only private ones that have yearly fees
  • Malnutrition and food inavailability
  • Psychological effects – fear, anger, mistrust, self-isolation

To transform a child’s life, you have to save them from harm, but you also must provide for their lifelong good. It takes victories on both sides to produce a wholesome, healthy, confident, and empowered young adult who can go out and be a force for change in Nepal.

When you sponsor a child in the WPC Nepal safe home or in the community of Hetauda, you are giving that child the greatest chance to live out her hopes and dreams, free from the shackles of poverty, illiteracy, and oppression.

Your Impact As a Child Sponsor – Fight Unimaginable Brokenness

How would you feel if you got a letter like this in your mailbox?

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Nikita came to the WPC Nepal Safe Home at the age of 7. Her father can’t find work, and roams around looking for jobs as he can get them. As a younger woman, her mother was trafficked to India and worked in a brothel. Nikita grew up in a brothel, watching her mother be abused.

Now, her mother has HIV and has overwhelming medical costs. Nikita couldn’t go to school or even eat regular meals.

But because of one heroic couple who chose to sponsor her, Nikita has lived in the WPC Safe Home for six years. She’s now finishing 4th grade, healthy and growing stronger, more confident in her abilities, and hopeful about her future.

This is the difference you can make.

Do you want to be a child’s hero and receive letters like this one?

 

The Specific Costs Our Children Face – That Only You Can Meet

Each Child

Needs

What It Costs

Per Month

Food $ 30
Dental & Medical $ 15
School $ 10
Extra Tutor cost $ 5
School Supplies $ 5
Books $ 5
Clothing, Shoes $ 10
Toiletries $ 10
Uniforms $ 10

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Total Cost Per Month for Kids in The WPC Nepal Safe Home: $100

Each child in the WPC Nepal Safe Home has about $100 in monthly needs. This provides for all their food, medical care, education, and basic needs.

The safe home staff lives in Women’s Protection Center with them, 24 hours a day. WPC is their home and carries with it all the daily expenses of any home. The only difference is that WPC is better than any home these kids have come from. Clean water, electricity (sometimes!), internet access, food grown on site as well as purchased, beds, laundry – all the security they need to thrive in school and grow healthy and strong.

 

Be a friend to a child in our safe home at one of three levels

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sponsor a Child in Hetauda so They Can Attend School

Some children in Hetauda have families that can provide for their basic needs like food and clothing. Those kids don’t need to live in the WPC safe home. But they still can’t afford to go to the private schools in Hetauda. So they miss out on an education, the only way to truly break the cycle of poverty in Nepal.

For just $35 per month, you can give a child in Hetauda an education and a chance at a better life. Your gift will pay for all their school expenses, including fees, uniforms, books, supplies, and extra tutoring.

What You Receive As a Nepali Child Sponsor

After choosing the child you want to sponsor, you’ll receive a sponsorship thank you package. The package introduces you to the boy or girl you’ve chosen, tells you more about them, and shows how your gift will make a huge difference in their life.

Click to see an example video from one of our children.

As the year goes on, you’ll get:

  • Updates twice a year on how your child is doing
  • Handmade Christmas cards from your child, with gift requests
  • Video updates once a year sent to your email
  • The chance to write letters with your child*

*It is not easy to mail letters from the U.S. to Hetauda. Whenever someone from our team travels to Nepal, we gather letters and send them along with that person. While in Nepal, that person collects letters from the kids, and brings them back so they can be mailed to you. Alternatively, you can email a letter and our staff will print them to be sure the children receive them. We encourage our sponsors to write any time!

Ready to Sponsor a Child from Nepal and Give Them a New Future?

 

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