How will my sponsored child/leprosy patient be chosen?
Child Sponsors FAQ, When you decide to become a sponsor, we choose the neediest children/student/leprosy patients whom need support urgently, trust NEW HOPE – they have a list of urgent priorities for children/student/leprosy patients in need and at risk.
How often will I hear from my child/leprosy patient?
Child Sponsors FAQ, Initially you will receive a photo and personal information. and then you will receive yearly updated news from either the child/student/leprosy patient or New Hope UK. Yearly you will receive an updated photo.
How long should I continue the Sponsorship?
We ask where possible that you commit to 12 months, and then we either ask you to renew or change to another needy child. However, becoming a sponsor does not commit you to a fixed period.
Can my help really make a difference?
Yes – those who have been to visit or work in India, The proof is in the hundreds of children and aged leprosy patients, children on the railway station platforms, rural tribal women, people affected and being cared for by New Hope UK from the Tsunami, babies that need immunisation – endless stories and care and compassion shown by all the people involved in and with New Hope UK. They have helped to provide, together with the many income-generating projects for the poor and for the disabled – new lives, better quality of life and a New Hope.
How to Cancel a PayPal Sponsor Subscription to New Hope UK?
- Login to your PayPal account with your username and password.
- Once logged in click on “History” and Select the Hew Hope Subscription.
- Click on “Details”
- Click Cancel Subscription button at the bottom of the new page.
How can I be sure my money will be well spent?
All people involved in NEW HOPE UK, are volunteers, therefore, we can say with confidence 98% of your contribution goes directly to NEW HOPE UK. In choosing to sponsor with NEW HOPE you will join hundreds of Friends of NEW HOPE worldwide, becoming a helping hand and having a direct impact on the life of a child or aged leprosy patient, who without your help, will have less then a ‘fair change’ in life.