Sponsor A Child | JAAGO Foundation

Sponsor A Child

Help bring a sustainable social change.

Do you wish to see an entire underprivileged community gradually come out of the wrath of poverty? Just make a wish, and JAAGO is here to make your noble wish come true!!!

BDT 2000 (USD 27 / GBP 20)

Per Month

The socio-economic background of all our children means they go through a sense of social deprivation since birth. This grow in manyfold as they themselves grow up. Standing beside even only one such child  can bring a meaningful change in that family, which would in turn help them break the shackles of poverty and live a life with dignity.

We can connect you with all our 3000 students, each of whom can inspire you through their vividly challenging daily-life stories and their desperate efforts for a better future! And you can inspire them by supporting at least one of our students’ monthly education cost of BDT 2000 (USD 27 / GBP 20) through our Sponsor A Child program.

Teacher

School Bag

Uniform

Education Materials

Medical Support

Co-curricular Activities

Nutritious Food

Quality Education

With your monthly donated BDT 2000, you will be helping a child-in-need getting a new school uniform, new school bag & necessary school supplies. Not only that, included in this BDT 2000 are the cost of the weekly nutritious meal and basic medications that we try to ensure in all our 13 schools. Your monthly contribution also enables us design and run multiple co-curricular activities all throughout the year!

JAAGO schools are like many other formal schools that follow the National Government Curriculum in English Version. Your contribution however small it seems to you help us bigtime operate all our  13 schools nationwide.

Sponsorship Expense Breakdown.

The principal operating cost of our 13 school branches comes through the “Sponsor A Child” program. Under this program, any individual or organization takes financial responsibility of at least one of our children’s education.

MONTHLY EXPENDITURE

FAQ - About Sponsor a Child

What is Sponsor a Child and how does it work?

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How does a sponsored child benefit from my monthly donation?

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Can I send money directly to my sponsored child?

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How long will I be able to sponsor the same child?

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My monthly donation goes straight to the child’s family?

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When I sponsor a child, it’s a one-year commitment.

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THEY SAID ABOUT US

Your one small act of generosity and sacrifice can pull a child out of poverty and ignorance to give him/her a childhood to cherish.

Sponsor's Parents

Not everyone can take the time out to take an initiative themselves to help these kids, but when there’s a trustworthy organization like JAAGO where we can donate safely knowing that they will use the donations appropriately, a lot of people are assured and able to contribute.

Sponsor's Parents

I feel really bad because I never get the time to visit Sinthiya (sponsored child) much, unfortunately because of my work. I would really like to visit my kid more. I do tell people a lot about JAAGO. I try my best to spread the awareness and see if more people are interested.

Sponsor's Parents

I’m happy with the way they’ve been managing it because every now and then I keep getting information, report cards, wishes and so much more! I think I did this out of my social obligation and that everyone should do it. It’s nothing very difficult. It’s a moral obligation of ours to help these kids.