Sponsorship Program

Foreign Children Sponsorship Program

According to the report of UNICEF, every 3.6 seconds one person dies of starvation and usually it is a child under the age of 5. Poverty hits children hardest. Some 300 million children go to bed hungry every day and some 13 percent of children ages 7 to 18 years in developing countries have never attended school.

From the financial support through foreign donors in the very early beginning, we are now a self-independent organization whose mission and vision still remain on the consideration of needy children’s benefits and deliver love without borders. In July 1987, TFCF launched “Foreign Children Sponsorship Program” regardless of race, religion or gender, and also participated in activities of overseas aid. Furthermore, we established the first overseas branch office, TFCF Mongolia in 2004. Afterwards, we established four more overseas branch offices in Kyrgyzstan (2012), Swaziland (2013), Vietnam (2014) and Cambodia (2015). We provide the profession of social work, bring Taiwan experience and keep on developing our services in overseas.

By supporting a foreign child with NTD700(or USD25) per month, you could make a real difference to him/her. His/her life will never be the same with your generous donation. When you sponsor a child, we will send you a photo of the child along with his/her personal information. What is more, you can also know more about your sponsored child and their family as you receive their progress reports and letters written by them. Therefore, it is your best choice to join our Foreign Children Sponsorship Program to change their lives.

Our organization has been working with ChildFund International, USA, Christian Children’s Fund of Canada, ChildFund Australia and BORNEfonden (Denmark) to sponsor foreign children. And we also provide our direct services to the children living in Mongolia, Kyrgyzstan, Swaziland, Vietnam and Cambodia. To TFCF, we are committed to helping needy children and their families. Where there is a child in need, there is TFCF.