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Benefits of Child Sponsorship

Communicating with your sponsored child keeps you up-to-date with their progress and that of their whole community. We facilitate communication between you and your sponsored child in the best possible way we can.

In order to be efficient and manage the communication between sponsors and children effectively, we have Three Intake periods before starting a sponsorship- December Intake, April Intake and August Intake. As we are a non-donor funded organization, we have limited staff for our projects. We strive to do our best within our limitations. You may send your sponsorship donation any time of the year.

Full sponsors will receive:

  • A photo of their sponsored child.
  • An electronic copy of their sponsored child’s progress report twice a year.
  • Electronic copies of any letters, cards and other correspondence from their sponsored child, should they wish to receive this.
  • VIN’s Annual Report and Newsletter.

Bellow is the sponsorship communication scheme for 3 intakes:

December Intake

STARTING SPONSORSHIP: As soon as you make the payment, you’ll receive a profile photo and case study of the child. However, the materials will only be given to the child in the beginning of December.

By December 31, you will receive:

  • Thank you letter
  • Drawing by the Child
  • Photo Folder
  • Christmas & New Year letter & Greetings


  • After renewal, materials will be distributed to the child by December 31, you’ll receive:
  • Thank you letter
  • Drawing by the Child
  • Photo Folder
  • Christmas & New Year Letter & Greetings

April Intake – By April 30, you will receive:

  • Annual Progress Report of child
  • VIN’s Annual Report
  • New academic session begins in April, so the progress report is prepared after your child upgrade to upper class)

August Intake – By August 31, you will receive:

  • Cultural exchange letter
  • Child’s progress updates
  • Renewal Request for continuing sponsorship for coming December intake


Full education sponsorship costs 230 EUR  per year and includes admission fees; examination fees; monthly tuition fees; two sets of uniform (shirt, pant, sweater, tie, belt, shoes, bag etc); stationery and books, medication; child club support; support for community development activities and an administrative charge (including correspondence; follow up and monitoring of the sponsored child). You ca also choose to donate any amount for our child sponsorship scheme.


VIN regularly:

  • Visit the sponsored children, their school and their parents to monitor the child’s progress;
  • Collect school reports to provide to the sponsor;
  • Collect letters, cards and other correspondence from the child to provide to the sponsor should they wish to receive this;
  • Conduct community awareness activities to help parents create a congenial study environment at home;
  • Support Children’s Clubs to help children explore and expand their creative talents.
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