Sponsor a girl

Make a difference for one girl by sponsoring a child

Provide hope, opportunity and support to the life of one special girl and her community for just $39 a month. That’s only about $1 a day.

Sponsor a girl on your own or get your family, friends or community to join with you and share in the experience together. It makes a great workplace or school initiative, too!

Sponsor a girl. Do it today.

Find a child to sponsor

You may select one or more preferences below.

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  • Adequate nutrition, so children get enough to eat

  • Water and sanitation, a basic right we take for granted

  • Healthcare, so children don't die from preventable diseases.

  • Education, so children learn important lessons for their future

  • Family income so parents can support their children

Words from our sponsors

I went to visit my sponsored child, Ruby in Ghana, Africa. It was by far the most amazing experience I have ever had. The money from sponsors funds so many amazing projects that benefit both sponsored children and the children in their community. It makes more of a difference than you can even imagine!

Kaitlyn Strickland, Plan Canada donor and child sponsor.

 

My husband and I share the letters from our sponsored children with our kids. When I had the opportunity to see how donor funds were being put to work, I jumped at it. Seeing Plan’s empowering approach to community development inspired my daughter and myself to get more involved. She helped bring Because I am a Girl to her school, and they raised $10,000 to build a school in Ghana!

Natalie Williams, Plan Canada donor and child sponsor.
Talk to a representative:

1 866 321-2392
Where your money goes
About Plan

Founded in 1937, Plan is one of the world’s oldest and largest charities, working to end global poverty. Inclusive of all faiths and cultures, Plan has only one purpose: to improve the lives of children.

Facts about Plan

In the last year, we helped more than 58,000 communities, 56 million children.

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