Sponsor a Child

Sponsor a Child

Help Foundation’s Sponsor a child cause will keep the underprivileged poor children in school by helping to pay for necessary costs like tuition, exam fees, and books costs. Most of these parents cannot provide good and quality education just because of their poor background.  

Most girls cannot continue beyond 6th grade without help. Some parents are not in a position to buy the school uniforms and books to their children.

Most of the students will drop out from the school because their parents are not able to pay fees, or they want their children to go for the work as daily wage worker and to earn some money to supplement family income. In government school there is free education but some poor children want to study in private schools because of medium of instruction is English and some students cannot reach the government school because of long distance; also the government schools do not have good facilities.

We promise girls in our sponsor a child initiative program that we will help to keep them in school and avoid early marriage. Our Help Foundation will do a survey on these kind of students and identify some good students who are poor and really want to study we will help them to study by providing quality education. Last year we have helped some poor students of Rama Krishna Vidhyalayam School in our Kurnool district.


Donate to education for poor children

Your contribution to this project will help pay for the necessary schooling costs for these girls. They will be able to continue their education. Sponsoring a child through Help Foundation allows you to witness a miracle firsthand, following the child’s education. Change the life of a child in poverty. With your generous donation once a month, give a child hope for the future and for all eternity. Sponsor a child today


Donate to education for poor children and support them with necessities like tuition fees, school supplies, footwear, transport, etc. Help them build a future that will make them escape poverty passed from generation to generation.