Children’s donation project® is implemented in eight countries: Albania, Cuba, Haiti, Honduras, India, Uganda, Ukraine, and Vietnam.

Whom do we aim to aid

  • The project is dedicated to the education and development of children in their preschool age, school age, and university students.
  • Children are involved in the project, no matter their sex, religion, health condition, and race. Cooperation depends on specified criteria (poverty and education), and it is carried out by our local partners, who know the situation of the children.

The project focuses on children, who have not been able to study so far, or who had to suspend their studies due to family reasons. Completing their studies without any further help is seriously threatened. For this reason, many children visit training courses or take craft classes. We do not trace the children’s religion. The children receive support from donors throughout their studies.

Project vision and mission

Our idea is a long-term and systematic aid for children in developing countries, no matter their sex, religion, health condition, and race. By fulfilling our vision, we carry out the charitable mission of the Church – in the spirit of evangelical love for men and the poor.

“ Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me. „
(Matthew 25:40)

Goals of the project

  • Education – We help poor children get a proper education and improve their social status so that they will be able to become full-fledged members of society. We want to allow them to have a stable job in the future and to be able to provide their families with financial security.
  • Community development – Support is dedicated to children in their home country and region, to improve their living conditions and to allow them to stay in the country they were born in and in the community they know.
  • Long-term and systematic aid – We provide financial support for education, nourishment, and health care for poor and socially disadvantaged children throughout their studies. The goal of our project is not to solve the humanitarian crisis but, by supporting the education of young people, to contribute to the quality of life of the whole society.

Our values

  • Aiding the poor and needy in the name of evangelical love
  • Respecting the dignity of every human being
  • Altruistic and efficient aid for poor and socially disadvantaged children
  • Our main goal is the well-being of the child, their safety, and protection
  • Transparency and effectiveness

How do we use donated money

81% for the child:

Donations pay for the child’s
  • School fees and uniforms
  • Backpacks, books and other school items
  • Healthcare fees
  • Commute fees
  • Boarding school fees
  • Summer camp fees
  • Other needs
*In Uganda, also a part of the administration fees is paid from this money

15%  for administrative purposes of the project:

  • Postage costs when sending correspondences from centres to adoptive parents and donors, printing the envelopes with donors‘ addresses, purchasing toners for printers
  • Purchase of envelopes for sending post to donors
  • Other office material that is needed for the running of the project
  • Telephone and internet bills, and fees for a specialised computer program
  • Printing of vouchers and promotional materials about the project
  • Project staff

4% for project development and for all children:

  • This system of support is called „Malé projekty“
  • The rest of the money is used for the progress of the project: web management, donors‘ materials, PR of the project, etc.