You can help a child break free from the clutches of poverty and gift the child a future full of hope. Save just Rs. 27 a day and put it together for the welfare of a child. Just Rs.800/- per month can address issues that promote the overall development of the child from education, clean drinking water, health benefits to creating better living conditions for their families for the future.

This is an opportunity for you to make a difference. Invest in goodwill where your returns are going to be priceless blessings and a feeling of greatness of doing something good for the nation you are in. Sponsor a child now!

World Vision's Child Sponsorship programme changes the lives of thousands of children every year through a simple yet powerful principle - the best way to change the life of a needy child is to change the world in which he/she lives. You can be the change! As you give way to a new life, you also create a new you!

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Name: Roshan
Gender: Boy
DOB: 16-Dec-2004
Project: Thiruvanathapuram Bal Jyoti

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Pamela Chopra
Play back singer & World Vision Child Sponsor
"I am extremely happy to be a part of world Vision’s work, as I have always appreciated their work in the area of holistic child development. It is important for all of us to work towards ensuring that no child is denied the access to education."