It is estimated that 153 million children worldwide, ranging from infants to teenagers, have lost one or both parents.
The number of young children being orphaned is increasing: families torn apart through war, poverty, hunger and disease. Exploitation and abuse are rife. The world sees the problem in its vastness. We see millions of individuals each being denied a future with opportunities.
How we Help?
Through generous donations we sponsor hundreds of orphans around the world. Donations pay for food, clothing, education and medicine for vulnerable children living in countries such as Somalia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Kenya, Gambia, Iraq, India, Kashmir, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan. Quite simply, we offer a lifeline.
Many of the children in our care have never attended school. UMR provides the support necessary to get an education and gain qualifications or training. Donations help our children reach their full potential. We help finance orphans to attain professional or vocational qualifications that offer opportunities.
Orphan Sponsorship Pack
What do you get from sponsoring a child?
The greatest benefit that you will receive from participating in our Orphan Sponsorship Program is quite simply helping a child that has no living parents who can fulfill their duty. In addition, there is the enormous personal satisfaction that your valuable donation is going to help that orphan have a better future than they could have ever imagined. The well wishes and prayers from that child’s heart to you is something so special that you will be proud you took on this unique commitment.
On an annual basis we will provide a more detailed report on the child’s medical status, education report and personal well-being report. These valuable reports will not only give you, the donor, confidence that your money has made a huge difference in that child’s life but will justify the value of our sponsorship program and how it can make a difference.
We will even provide you with a personal folder containing the name, a photograph, country of origin, and brief history with respect to the past history and current status of your sponsored child.