SPONSOR AN EBOLA ORPHAN FOR AS LITTLE 75 PENCE/CENT PER DAY.
The Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone has taken more than 4,000 lives in just less than a year and leaving more than 12,000 children orphaned. By sponsoring an Ebola orphan you will be giving a child the opportunity to grow up in a stable and loving family environment.
WHAT YOU GET OUT OF SPONSORING A CHILD
Sponsoring a child is probably one of the best decisions you will ever take, because it will undoubtedly make a remarkable difference to a child´s life, and their surrounding community.
Through child sponsorship you get to be part of the child’s life and you will be provided with a photo and a short description of the Child you sponsor. You will be the child´s only sponsor. In addition you will send/receive a letter or positive attachments twice a year and pre-approved visit to the child can also be arranged.
WHAT DO I NEED TO DO?
1. Complete and submit the registration form with as much information as possible. You should receive notification of approval or request for further information within 7 days. Once this is received, proceed to step 2.
2. Set up a Standing Order for £22, (or more depending on how many children you want to care for) to the following account:
FROM SPAIN & WORLDWIDE
Bank – Bankia
IBAN & Account number: ES92 2038 1739 7960 0067 4160
Account Name: Amigos de Sierra Leona
Reference: YOUR FULL NAME/CHILD´S NAME
FROM THE UK
Bank – Barclays Bank Plc
Account number: 73398692
Sort code: 20-25-42
Account Name: Heaven Homes
Reference: YOUR FULL NAME/ CHILD´S NAME
Once set up, notify our team via email quoting your full name as reference. Please try as much as possible to arrange for payments to reach our accounts by 25th
of each calendar month.
3. THAT’S IT! You are now a proud child sponsor.
4. You will receive a certificate with a unique reference number and correspondence/report about your supported child annually, the first being within three months of registration. Correspondence will be via any means deemed appropriate (email, letter, pictures, progress report) taking into account factors which might affect postal and other communications.