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By joining our sponsorship program you help to ensure that all the children in all our projects receive the same level of care and treatment. Expenses include food, housing, transportation, physiotherapy and nutritional supplements. The Camillian Home sponsorship programme is an excellent way to support the project as it provides a stable and reliable source of funding. The Home receives very little government support, but instead survives on the generous support and donations from individuals and corporations.

What kind of updates will I receive?
As a sponsor you will get regular updates about our work, including our annual report and quarterly newsletter. Sponsors are also encouraged to ‘like’ our Facebook page for daily updates about Camillian Home.

How can I stay in touch with Camillian Home?
We encourage sponsors to send messages, photos and postcards to their sponsored child, and to come visit if they are able. All communications and visits are arranged through our office, for child protection reasons.

How will the children benefit from the money I provide?
Your money does not go to an individual child but is pooled with contributions from other sponsors to support programs benefiting the entire project and local community.


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Sponsor a Child and Change a Life


Tewit
Tewit

Tewit arrived at Camillian Home with his mother on August 3, 2009, and has shown many improvements since. He is…

Rat
Rat

Rat was one of the original five children who came to Camillian Home in July 2008. Although he is blind,…

Peeraya
Peeraya

Peeraya has improved a lot from the first day she came to Camillian Home on January 27, 2010. Today she…

Kanya
Kanya

Kanya has shown many improvements since joining us at Camillian Home on June 24, 2009. At first she couldn’t communicate…

Mouy
Mouy

Mouy is a very sweet girl. Although she has physical disabilities, she’s learned to be quite independent and can take…

Mos
Mos

Mos is a typical little boy – sometimes playful, sometimes cheeky and mischievous, always lovable. Mos is the only child…

Tubtim
Tubtim

Tubtim is a bright girl and although she cannot speak, she can communicate quite well using hand gestures and facial…

Fey
Fey

Since arriving at Camillian Home on August 3, 2009, Fey has been through many ups and downs, and she has…

Fahsai
Fahsai

Since joining us on March 25, 2012, Fahsai has improved tremendously in her health, mobility, and communication skills. She was…

Big
Big

Big is very happy at Camillian Home. Currently, he is studying in kindergarten with his friend Fahsai. Since joining us…

Bell
Bell

Since joining us on January 17, 2011, Bell has made many friends at Camillian Home. Although she is paralyzed from…