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Sponsorship

Sponsorship

Supporting community development through continuous contributions and communication with sponsored children.

This is a support system common to all donor countries. Your monthly contributions (you can choose from 3,000 yen, 4,000 yen, and 5,000 yen) provide continuous support for the community development conducted by the children and residents in the region. Supporters are called sponsors. -If you are interested in becoming a Sponsor, please fill out the enclosed application form ( refer to the sample).

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A sponsor

can communicate with sponsored children through letters and pictures, and can feel the pleasure of watching the community develop.

Sponsored child

ranging from newborn to 18 years of age, means a “child who actively takes part in community development activities” and, on behalf of their families and community residents, reports on the progress of those activities to the sponsors. Sponsored children are the “windows” that represent them. The sponsors, through this “window,” can broaden their understanding and interest of the community and country.

Other children in the communities.

For each sponsored child, there are many more children in the same kind of environment and community.

Communication

Through communication with you, sponsored children and community residents broaden their vision and exercise their abilities.

Sponsorship is NOT a foster home system

Contributions by sponsors from around the world are collected by the International Headquarters in the UK as community development funds, and later allocated to community development projects based on each fiscal year’s plans and budget distribution. Therefore, these funds are not directly given to sponsored children as living or school expenses.

Contact us:

Marketing & Communication Dept.
TEL:03-5481-0030/FAX:03-5481-6200
(Operation Hours: 9:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Mon.-Fri. excluding national holidays)
E-mail:hello@plan-international.jp