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Catholic Day School

Day School Children
Children in this program come from very poor families but at least have a home to live in. 

These kids 
usually live with a parent or guardian who can provide for some of their basic needs but cannot afford to pay for their education.

In addition to a Catholic Education, they receive clean water, daily meals, and basic medical care. 

Make a Difference Today

Sponsorship ensures that you make a long-term difference in the life of a needy child by empowering them to create a better life for themselves and their community. You are gifting them a practical way to break out of the cycle of poverty and despair that they have always known, until now.

Make a Difference Today

Through your sponsorship you are empowering your child to create a better life for themselves and their community. You are gifting them a practical way to break out of the cycle of poverty and despair that they have always known, until now.
How It Works
How It Works
sponsor a child in need

Program Benefits

  • A Catholic Education 
  • Two meals per day and clean water
  • School uniform, books, and supplies
  • Basic medical support
  • Special tutoring, counseling, and religious instruction
  • Nurturing guidance from sisters, brothers, priests and lay associates
sponsor a girl

Day School Pledge

$36 per month
Primary School (Elementary School)

$48 per month
Secondary School 
(Middle School & High School)

Meet a Day School Child
Uganda
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DOB: 11/06/2011
Marvin is fortunate to live with both his parents who are gardeners. Unfortunately however, they don't not make enough money to feed the family and...
Uganda
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DOB: 03/05/2004
The mother passed on whe she was giving birth to Lydia. So since then, it is the father taking care of her and her elder siblings. Though the...
Uganda
  |  
DOB: 01/09/2010
Dorah has both parents but very poor to put her in school. She is six years but has never gone to school.