About Sponsorship

Creating opportunities through access to education by connecting children to their education systems; providing hope to meaningful lives



Twenty-Four million of these children will never even have the opportunity to enter a classroom.  Currently, ANIDA's Silent Cry Project operates in both Jamaica and Ghana.

 

"I talk to the children, I encourage them that they shouldn't give up, that ANIDA is there and we are going to help them, we are going to support them."
- Kwame, former sponsored child and current employee, ANIDA Ghana


Sponsoring a child is an opportunity to form a relationship with a child in need and an assurance that your support is impacting someone in a lasting way. For only $35 a month you can change the life of a child and empower them with the tools they need to help them break the cycle of poverty. Sponsoring a child provides them with an education and the support they need to be successful.

 

What does Child Sponsorship Mean?  

 

Nutrition Support- We provide essential food staples for ANIDA Children and their families multiple times a year

School Related Expenses- For children facing financial hardship, ANIDA supports their educational journey by providing school fees, textbooks, and uniforms

Formal Education Oppurtunites

 

 

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When I was younger I didn't have anything, my grandmother didn't have money to pay my school fees but ANIDA provided all my needs.

Justice, a sponsored child,

ANIDA Ghana

Mar9

Grace's Hope

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 Our Toronto Food Bank is now serving a large number of individuals and families coming from countries like Iraq and Syria.  One such individual, “Grace” a woman in her 60s, came from Iraq.

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Nov24

Overcoming Obstacles

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As a sixteen-year-old girl growing up in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica in a small home with 5 other siblings, Abigail faced multiple barriers to success. Her father was plagued by alcoholism and her mother was struggling to provide for the children and support their education. 

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