Sponsor a Child with Brit Olam
Sponsoring a child’s development and growth is a way to show and share you moral and ethical commitment to a child in need. For 36$ a month, you will help that child and other vulnerable children in the community gain what every child deserves: A brighter future.
“Is it not to share your bread with the hungry, and moaning poor you shall bring home; when you see a naked one, you shall clothe him, and from your flesh you shall not hide”(Isaiah, 58:7)
Brit Olam cares for and accompanies young children and teenagers from early childhood to the end of their upper-secondary education. Our sponsorship programs focus on helping children in extreme poverty to achieve an education from early childhood in Brit Olam’s education frameworks. As a donor, you may choose a specific age group and accompany a child along his course of study. Accordingly, Brit Olam children are divided into six age groups:
Nazareth Kindergarten- baby class
Our Kindergarten is led by Stella Nankinga, a teacher for 5 years. There are 20 kids in this class, at the ages of 1-4. Learn more
Nazareth Kindergarten- middle class
Class A is led by Josephine Nabaggala, a teacher for 6 years. There are 20 kids in this class, at the ages of 5-6. Learn more
Preschool is led by Gloria Fuambe, a teacher for 10 years. There are 20 kids in this class, at the ages of 5-6. Learn more
Primary school 1-3
All children at Class 1-3 are Nazareth Child Care Center graduates. There are 20 kids in this classes, at the ages of 7-11. Learn more
Primary school 4-7
All children at Class 4-6 are Nazareth Child Care Center graduates. There are 20 kids in this classes, at the ages of 9-11. Learn more
Afaayo boarding schools scholarship
Afaayo is Brit Olma’s boarding school sponsorship program. There are 19 kids in this program, at the ages of 13-18. Learn more
If you have not found a suitable option for you to donate, please contact us and we will be happy to tailor an option for you.
Support and sponsor a child today.
Somewhere, a child is waiting for you. Through child sponsorship, you can be the hero in the life of a child in need. You can make sure they grow up healthy, educated and safe. Learn more about these amazing children awaiting sponsorship. Choose a child to sponsor now.
Learning is a natural gift and fulfilling this gift can be achieved with your help.
For 1.2$ a day, you can change the life of a child by becoming a child sponsor.
Sponsorship money goes towards tuition fees, meals, educational materials, uniforms, administration and in some cases boarding schools fees. It is important to note that the cost of education rises as the levels of education increases. Costs also tend to rise at the secondary level because many schools request that children to board at the school in order for them to be able to concentrate on their studies and avoid dropping out.
“And the bow shall be in the cloud; and I will look upon it, that I may remember that everlasting covenant (Brit Olam) between God and every living creature of all flesh that is upon the earth…” .(Genesis, 9:16)
Our Vision: Brit Olam promotes values of “Tikkun Olam”, social responsibility, social entrepreneurship and volunteerism. Brit Olam believes that each human being maintains the right to exist in dignity and aims to support a just, inclusive and pluralistic Israeli society. Brit Olam’s activities include sustainable and community-based projects designed to reduce poverty, hardship and vulnerability in fragile communities; humanitarian relief to victims of natural and man-made disasters; and dispatching volunteers to support and empower children, families and communities in need.Our programs strive to promote tolerance and cultural open-mindedness and disseminate Israeli expertise in the domains of education, health, environmental studies, agriculture, water management and alternative energy systems, assistance for refugees, and disaster relief. Throughout the years, Brit Olam has operated in over 20 countries in Africa, Latin America and South-East Asia, both in relief operations and development programs. Read more