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Sponsor A Child

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In the rural areas, there are many talented kids whose aspiring dreams and educational foundations are diminishing, either because their parents couldn’t help carter for their school fees, or the kids are not privileged to grow under their parents.

Having seen the ravaging problem occurring in our rural communities and the negative effect poor educational upbringing for kids would yield to our nation and the world at large, we needed to create a rescue mission to assist other philanthropic organizations and governments reach out to more less-privileged children and send them to school.

In line with this mission, the Young Creative Thinkers Initiative launched “the sponsor a child through a school campaign 1.0”.

The sponsor a child through a school campaign is targeted to rescue up to a hundred thousand (100,000) children in each state in Nigeria in 7 to 10 years. The program is aimed to reach out to young, intelligent, and talented kids in secondary schools, grant them scholarships from the secondary level to their university level while offering them routine mentorship towards making their choice of career a profession.

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BOTTOM LINE: We are using this means to reach out to you. We know you love our cause and would like to help sponsor a child, (Maybe a specific child you know from your community, far away, or one from our outreach). You can send us a message about a child you would love to sponsor through this campaign, how you would love us to portray your identity, and your budget. This is our cause, and it shall delight us to partner with you to send as many children as possible to school.

Fill this form to “become a volunteer,” tell us exactly your interest and we shall get back to you as soon as possible. Whatever you want for this cause, is exactly how we shall deliver the services to you as long as it maintains our code of conduct.