About Our Sponsorship Program
Sponsorship is Investment in the Future. Your monthly sponsorship will help transform the future for at least one child and make their world a better place!
It costs Mercy International in excess of AU$300 per month to provide for the daily needs of each child in their care. We are fully responsible for these children 24/7 for as long as they need it. Therefore Mercy International has multiple sponsors for each child.
Choose your sponsorship type - from $25 a month - and help stop the poverty cycle and create a better future for a disadvantaged child.
1. Mercy International Child 24/7 Sponsorship - $40 per month
Your monthly sponsorship provides quality home-life for a child who has nowhere to live and no one to care for them. (View the 'Projects' pages for detailed information about our children's homes.)
2. Mercy International Child Education Sponsorship - $25 per month
Your monthly sponsorship provides a free, quality education for poor and disadvantaged children at Meata Chanupatham Christian School, Phetchabun. (View the 'Projects' pages for detailed information about Meata Chanupatham Christian School.)
3. Mercy International HIV+ Child Education Sponsorship - $25 per month
Mercy International's HIV+ children are preparing for a long and healthy future. Your monthly sponsorship will provide them with a quality education. (View the 'Projects' pages for detailed information about HIV+ children at Khon Kaen.)
4. Mercy International Child Combined 24/7 and Education Sponsorship - $65/month
Many people want to sponsor both a child's 24/7 living expenses and educational expenses, so this monthly sponsorship is designed to underwrite both these expenses for your sponsored child.
All child sponsorships are tax deductible.
You may not be able to help the millions of Children who are suffering around the world - but you can make all the difference for at least one child!
Global Development Group
Mercy International is proud to be a partner with Global Development Group (ABN 57 102 400 993), an Australian Non-Government Organisation (NGO) carrying out humanitarian projects with approved partners, providing aid to relieve poverty and providing long term solutions through the provision of quality aid and development projects. Global Development Group takes responsibility for the project according to AUSAID rules, providing a governance role and assisting in the areas of planning, monitoring, evaluating and auditing to ensure that the projects are carried out to Australian Government requirements. For more information about Global Development Group, visit http://www.globaldevelopment.org.au