Just £15 a month will help educate, feed and clothe a child for an entire year. Help change a life today

Education for children is  highly valued by  any society in the world, especially  for children in developing countries. Education  and learning provides children opportunities to escape poverty, to gain a voice in their community, and experience a better quality of life. But worldwide, 115 million primary school-age children are unable to attend school due to poverty.

By sponsoring a child, you can help bring the gift of education to your sponsored child and other children in their community.
Please sponsor a child today and help them build a future for a better and more fulfilling life.

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Many poor parents cannot pay school fees or buy school supplies for their children and often these children are forced to live a life of begging from a very young age to assist the family income. Without an education, a child has little hope of breaking free from poverty and reaching his or her full potential.

Fast Facts
– 33% of all children do not complete five years of schooling — the minimum needed for basic literacy skills.
– 66% of the world’s 875 million illiterate adults are women.
– Education reduces poverty: studies show that each year of schooling increases a person’s earnings by a worldwide average of about 10 percent.
Click here: UNICEF report on child literacy and education in Bangladesh
Sir William Beveridge Foundation’s goal is to ensure that all children receive access to basic education that will help them become fulfilled and productive members of their communities in a democratic society.


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