Hope for Tanzania

Sponsor a Child

As you exchange letters, send photos and offer encouragement, your love will bring hope to a child that will last a lifetime. Sponsor a child today!

When you sponsor a child you can change the life of that child. Your support of just £30 a month provides enough money for your child to attend the Tuishime School. This level of support pays for their school fees, exam fees and two meals each day. If you prefer a lesser commitment then £20 will pay for school fees and meals, £15 will pay for school fees and £10 will pay for two meals each day.

See our Sponsorship Brochure for further information.

If your circumstances change you can discontinue your child sponsorship at any time.

You can help a child

As a sponsor, your life will be blessed as you become a special friend to a child living in extreme poverty. You will be personally linked with a child who will know your name, write to you and treasure the thought that you care.

Take the First Step...

Sponsor a child today!

Hope for Tanzania is focussed on maximising financial contributions and is accountable

All the administration of Hope for Tanzania is carried out by Trustees, so all your sponsorship donation will be sent to Tanzania to help your child.

Hope for Tanzania is a registered charity and is legally required to submit independently examined Annual Accounts to the Charity Commission.

Janet Roulstone - Sponsor a Child Scheme Co-ordinator

Janet is a retired physiotherapist who lives in Derbyshire and has two children and five grandchildren. She is a committed Christian and active member of the local church. Here she organises the church cleaning, does some pastoral counselling and enjoys helping with the children's holiday club.

Janet became interested in Hope for Tanzania when she was invited to join a trip to Arusha in October 2011. She greatly enjoyed staying with a local teacher and visiting Tuishime Primary School to help with updating information on sponsored children. Having seen the life in Tanzania first hand, she came back with a different perspective on things.

In retirement Janet has more time for gardening and walking, and has started volunteering for the Witness Service. She is glad that she now has the freedom to help with the grandchildren and meet up with friends.