Sponsor a child
More than 50 children live in small group family homes and homes of staff families at Hohidiai and receive education, food, shelter, love and support. We also run a school where the students can study English as well as standard subjects.
The children are orphaned, abandoned, neglected or unable to be cared for by their parents. The children are given a stable home, regular meals and an opportunity to change their future.
The number of children in care continues to grow and as do the costs involved in providing food, clothing, medical care and education. This led to the need to set up a sponsorship program.
As the children in the sponsorship program don’t live in their family homes, there are higher care costs when compared to some other programs.
Sponsor a child at Hohidiai and make a difference to their future. Two options are available:
Sponsor a child at Hohidiai and make a difference to their future. Sponsor a child partially for $60 a month or fully for $120 a month.
At Hohidiai School, education is provided to children from a range of backgrounds. Some are from families who can afford to pay for their child’s school fees. Many other students are children who live at Hohidiai – they have their school fees paid out of their child sponsorship. However we often also meet families who are doing their best, but still cannot afford to send their children even to government schools. School sponsorship is $40 a month.
For more information on the child or school sponsorship program, email Carol at firstname.lastname@example.org (donations are not tax deductible).
Keeping in contact with your sponsored child – sending letters, birthday cards or gifts to your sponsored child is welcomed. These items can be posted or sometimes hand-delivered if a team is visiting.
These kids require your help!
Hohidiai is devoted to helping people physically and emotionally, especially the poor and marginalised.
We run a medical clinic, provide accommodation for orphaned and abandoned children and rehabilitation for patients needing long-term medical care in North Maluku, Indonesia.
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