Help disadvantaged students earn a college degree and rise out of the cycle of poverty. You can give any amount to the World’s Children Scholarship Fund or you can sponsor a college or vocational student for $55/month.
90% of our scholarship students are impoverished young women. In the 2020-21 academic year, 278 students in India received college and vocational scholarships. 72 graduated in 2021 with a college degree! This is a very successful program that ends poverty.
“Educational achievements of women can have ripple effects within the family and across generations. Investing in girls’ education is one of the most effective ways to reduce poverty.” –United Nations Population Fund
These students have determination and great need. Your support can change their lives forever.
Please contribute any amount to the Scholarship Fund at the top of this page. Your gift can be recurring or one time. If you wish to sponsor an individual student ($55/month), click the button below and we will contact you to select a student.
On behalf of all the aspiring students who need our help, we thank you for your kind support. All donations welcome!
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In some circumstances, such as overfunding of a program, your contribution will be used
for the greatest current need of vulnerable children.
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