As a personal sponsor you help with a monthly donation to cover the essential needs of the Gugma Kids. By this way you give them the chance for a good perspective.
Your monthly contribution of 30 Euros covers the costs for food and schooling.
How to become a personal sponsor
If you want to become a personal sponsor for a child, write an email to info(at)gugma.org. We would be happy and your sponsored child even more!
Of course, you can also have several such sponsorships.
We are currently looking for a personal sponsor:
Christ is now 10 years old. His father was a drug addict and left his mother, him and his younger brother.
The mother was then with a new partner and has a child with this partner, but he also left her. During the Corona lockdown she became unemployed and was not able to feed the three children, so that Joel came into our care in September 2021.
Christ Joel is currently in the 3rd grade of elementary school.
When Ania was born 10 years ago, her mother was only 19. Her father, a womanizer, had left his wife while she was pregnant. Ania was then raised by her aunt.
She has only been back with her mother for a year. Her mother has two other children with her current husband. However, the parents' income is not sufficient to feed a family of five and therefore Ania has been with Gugma sa Kabataan since September 2021.
Ania is in grade 4 of elementary school.
His parents are separated. 10-year-old Alixil, called Tonton, lives with his mother and his younger sister at his grandmother's.
Before Tonton came to Gugma sa Kabataan, he had to earn money by running errands for neighbors and taking out their garbage. The unemployed mother did not have enough to provide for herself and her children.
Alixil is in the 5th grade of elementary school.
Earl was seven years old when he joined Gugma sa Kabataan in 2015. The boy was traumatized after his father died tragically and Earl had to witness this terrible event himself.
Earl is now in the 6th grade of elementary school and wants to be a nurse when he grows up.
Larry's mother has been a single parent since the divorce and has only a very small income as a domestic help. The father lives with a new wife in the capital Manila and does not care about Lawrence.
13-year-old Larry, nicknamed "Lawrence", dreams of becoming a soldier. He is currently in the 7th grade of high school.