We would like to give the children and caregivers at Sonrise Ministries and the families in Masese – a slum area in Jinja – individual presents to brighten up their Christmas.
With 20 Euro for a certain child or a freely selectable amount for the “big pot” we can buy educational toys, clothes, hygiene articles and food locally and thus prepare an unforgettable Christmas for everyone.
We have changed the project a little bit. Of course you can continue to choose a child directly. The amount per child is still 20 Euro. However, the “big pot” is new. You may pay any amount into this pot, if you do not want to decide for a specific child. At the end of the project we then divide this amount between the children without direct donors, the caregivers of Sonrise Ministries and the families of Masese.
At the end of the page you can choose whether you want to donate for a child from the Sonrise Babies Home, Sonrise Children’s Home, a girl from the Mirembe Cottage of Street Girls, a child of the caregivers or for the “big pot”. The names are written from left to right. The colour change and the missing link to the donation form will show you immediately which child has already a donor. Green = donation received, Orange = no donation received yet. By clicking on “Donate” or the name of a free child you will be asked to enter the name of the child and the corresponding home into a form. Alternatively, you can also choose the “big pot”. You will then receive the bank details for the donation account. Each child can only be selected once.
In addition to the Christmas presents, the caregivers will also receive the product samples that have already been donated (see commodity items).
A click on one of the pictures below guids you to the selection of the children of the individual homes. Please choose on the following page which child you would like to donate for. You are also welcome to write your own Christmas card to this child, which we will take with us in our personal luggage. Preferably in English. You can either give us these cards personally or send them by post. The children are especially happy about photos of the donors. So they can immediately see who made the gift possible for them. Please do not give any other personal gifts to the children, as the number of children would overrun our luggage.