A Loving Home
A complete home environment with dedicated care day and night
Meals and necessities
Healthy meals, snacks, clothes and toys
Nursery, Primary and Secondary education at New Horizon schools
Covers all a childs preventative and curative needs
Thanks to our sponsorship program over 200 boys and girls who have been abandoned, orphaned or abused are able to call Noah's Ark their home. We will continue to care for them until we find their families, have graduated from school or are old enough to stand on their own two feet. We need your help to cover the costs of food, clothes, school fees, supplies and salaries for our local staff and upkeep of the buildings.
You can help give of one these children a home for as little as $40 per month
As a sponsor you’ll receive updates from your child throughout the year. Our children are always overjoyed when they receive a note, card or gift from ‘their’ sponsor.
You can be sure that your sponsorship support is fully used for what it is intended because missionaries, volunteers and the founders are sponsored via other channels or raise their own funds.
Martin is a delightfully headstrong little toddler who doesn't like to do what he's told, but if you make it fun and give him attention he's quick to complete any task. Every day he sits for an hour with the other toddlers working on concentration and listening in preparation for their first year at nursery school. Martin came to us when he was just 9 months old. "Come quickly, there's a baby next to the road." said one of our teachers. And indeed there was a 9 month old boy laying in the dark next to the road. We drove him to the police station and a few hours after that brought him back home.
She was left behind on a doorstep with a bag of clothes when she was just four years old. As a child with special needs, she requires a little extra attention and care to ensure she can keep up with the other children of her own age. Vicky is a very happy, bubbly child and rewards everyone with a smile.
Ronald is a happy boy and quite serious at times. He enjoys playing with other boys and sometimes climbs a tree which he is not so supposed to do. Boys will be boys.
He was found blocking a sewer gutter in the slums of Kampala. People that lived near there had seen a woman who was clearly mentally confused together with the child. The woman cursed them and was seen running away without a child. The police could no longer locate the woman so the child was left alone. We gladly took him into our care. Zadock is now 4 and is a smart boy who loves to learn.