Sponsor A Student

Thank you for your interest in supporting One Cause! Your contribution will help to achieve our aim of providing a socially, financially and environmentally self-sustaining community, so that local children and adults are empowered and equipped to pursue a more prosperous future.

For less than £7.50 a month, you will help to bestow long term benefits to the sponsored student, their family and community, so they have a chance of a better future. Your sponsorship will provide a student at the Nirvana School in India or Auro Technical School in Uganda with a high quality education and a real opportunity to enhance their futures. Your sponsorship will go directly to the student’s education and provide the following essential items:

  • Stationery
  • Textbooks
  • A school uniform
  • 1 pair of shoes
  • A school bag
  • ID card
  • Exam fees
  • Access to an up to date Computer lab with broadband access
  • Access to a fully equipped library with games
  • Supplement the teacher’s salary

You will also be profile of the student you sponsor, including their photo so you know who you are sponsoring and where your money is going.

You can choose a sponsorship country (India or Uganda), or leave us to decide where the need is greatest at present. We will contact you after receiving you donation about this.

Make a real and lasting difference today by sponsoring a student in India or Uganda.

It’s a simple and easy 3 step process:

  1. Click on the donate button below, where you will be redirected to the Just Giving secure donation site.
  2. The donation amount will already be in place, all you have to do is fill in the remainder of the details, don’t forget to state if you are a UK taxpayer as we can claim gift aid on your donations. A £89 sponsor a student donation becomes £111.25!
  3. We will contact you to choose a sponsorship country (India or Uganda).

That’s it! Once we’ve received it we’ll do all the ground work and connect you with a student.

Thank you for your generous support!

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