Help support vulnerable children living in poverty in Uganda. Your donation will provide children like Jovia with access to education and important skills for a bright future.

Help support vulnerable children living in poverty in Uganda. Your donation will provide children like Jovia with access to education and important skills for a bright future.

Help raise $35,700 to address the gap in children’s academic performance by funding a skills development centre in Kampala, Uganda. Funds raised in excess of the target amount will go towards similar education and training initiatives for children and young adults living in poverty.


Release a child from poverty

Dami Im is so passionate about child sponsorship that she travelled to Uganda to meet her Compassion sponsored child just weeks after being named runner-up at Eurovision Song Contest. Having seen for herself the powerful difference sponsorship makes in six year old Jovia’s life, Dami encourages you to sponsor a child and help release them from poverty.

Release a child from poverty

Dami Im is so passionate about child sponsorship that she travelled to Uganda to meet her Compassion sponsored child just weeks after being named runner-up at Eurovision Song Contest. Having seen for herself the powerful difference sponsorship makes in six year old Jovia’s life, Dami encourages you to sponsor a child and help release them from poverty.

Dami was just 17 when she sponsored her first child through Compassion Australia. Today, the Eurovision runner-up and her husband, Noah, sponsor eight children from all over the world. "I feel so humbled to know that by sponsoring a child with Compassion, I'm changing someone's life in such a big way," she says.

Independent research proves this. Compassion sponsored children are more likely to grow up to be not only employed, but leaders in their communities and churches. So what exactly does sponsorship mean for a child? Compassion sponsorship works by giving children love and support, healthcare, education and the opportunity to discover God's love. It gives them a brighter future so that they, and their future children, can live free from poverty. Sponsor a child today.

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Dami was just 17 when she sponsored her first child through Compassion Australia. Today, the Eurovision runner-up and her husband, Noah, sponsor eight children from all over the world. "I feel so humbled to know that by sponsoring a child with Compassion, I'm changing someone's life in such a big way," she says.

Independent research proves this. Compassion sponsored children are more likely to grow up to be not only employed, but leaders in their communities and churches. So what exactly does sponsorship mean for a child? Compassion sponsorship works by giving children love and support, healthcare, education and the opportunity to discover God's love. It gives them a brighter future so that they, and their future children, can live free from poverty. Sponsor a child today.

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