For donors

How to become a donor?

Submit an application form

Receive a confirmation e-mail

Wait for the assignment of a child according to your application form

Send the first donation

  1. Submit an application form – The initial step is to fill out a binding application form for the country in which you want to support a child. It is not possible to choose a child based on their photo. The only possible criteria are gender, age (older or younger than 14 years), and a specific country. You can fill out the application form HERE on a web page, or we can send it to you by post or e-mail per request.
    Personal data protection is ensured accordingly to the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.SKCH does not provide them to third parties.
  2. Receive a confirmation e-mail – After submitting the application form, a confirmation email will be sent to your email address. The message includes information about the next steps.
  3. Wait for the assignment of a child according to your application form– You will be assigned a child based on your application form. Then you will receive an introductory questionnaire and a photo of your adoptive child.
  4. Send the first donation – After receiving the introductory questionnaire and a photo of your adoptive child, you can send the first donation to the provided account number. Please, do not forget to put your donor number as the variable symbol for your payment.

Termination of donations – You can stop your donations to the project at any time. If you do so, please let us know as soon as possible so we can find a new donor for the children.

Messages for donors

Donors receive a post/email twice a year, depending on the country where the child lives.

The first half of the year – Christmas letter, drawing from the child and message from the local coordinator, responsible for the project.

The second half of the year – School report, a recent photo, and a drawing or a letter from the child.

The first half of the year – General report about the activities and plans of the centre (schools, foster homes, etc.), written by the local coordinator responsible for the project.

The second half of the year – School report, a recent photo, and a drawing or a letter from the child.

The first half of the year – School report, a recent photo, and a drawing or a letter from the child.

The second half of the year – General report about the activities and plans of the centre (schools, foster homes, etc.), written by the local coordinator responsible for the project.

The first half of the year – General report about the activities and plans of the centre (schools, foster homes, etc.), written by the local coordinator responsible for the project.

The second half of the year – School report, a recent photo, and a drawing or a letter from the child.

The first half of the year – School report, a recent photo, and a drawing or a letter from the child.

The second half of the year – General report about the activities and plans of the centre (schools, foster homes, etc.), written by the local coordinator responsible for the project.

The first half of the year – Christmas letter, drawing from the child and message from the local coordinator, responsible for the project.

The second half of the year – School report, a recent photo, and a drawing or a letter from the child.

The first half of the year – General report about the activities and plans of the centre (schools, foster homes, etc.), written by the local coordinator responsible for the project.

The second half of the year – School report, a recent photo, and a drawing or a letter from the child. Due to the difficult situation in the country, it may happen that the photos will be of lower quality, or the reports will not be complete, so we ask donors for their understanding.


Donors who donate to the specific needs of all children receive a letter with information once a year.

Considering the living conditions of children, please understand their possibilities regarding their letters and drawings. 

Donor’s messages for children

Correspondence from donor’s side is optional. Donors can send a letter with a small paper gift (such as stickers, colouring book, etc.) to their adoptive child. You can also send your photo or a postcard.

Letters are sent directly to the children whose postal address was sent to you in the introductory questionnaire. Letters must be written in English.

You can send a letter to your adoptive child via Slovak Catholic Charity (SKCH), where it is, along with others, collected and sent in one package to the country. You will receive information about the possibility to send these letters in post/email. Letters must be written in French.

You can send a letter to your adoptive child via Slovak Catholic Charity (SKCH), where it is, along with others, collected and sent in one package to the country. You will receive information about the possibility to send these letters in post/email. Letters must be written in English.

You can send a letter to your adoptive child via Slovak Catholic Charity (SKCH), where it is, along with others, collected and sent in one package to the country. You will receive information about the possibility to send these letters in post/email. Letters must be written in English or Russian.

You can send a letter to your adoptive child via Slovak Catholic Charity (SKCH), where it is, along with others, collected and sent in one package to the country. You will receive information about the possibility to send these letters in post/email. Letters must be written in English.

You can send a letter to your adoptive child via Slovak Catholic Charity (SKCH), where it is, along with others, collected and sent in one package to the country. You will receive information about the possibility to send these letters in post/email. Letters must be written in English.

You can send a letter to your adoptive child via Slovak Catholic Charity (SKCH), where it is, along with others, collected and sent in one package to the country. You will receive information about the possibility to send these letters in post/email. Letters must be written in Spanish or English.


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