Sponsor a Child

Sponsor a Child

A child sponsorship at Colegio Susanna Wesley is a powerful way to partner with us to promote health, healing, and education among one of Guatemala’s most vulnerable populations—indigenous Mayan children. Your sponsorship supports our holistic approach to early childhood development—allowing us to address the whole child and offering Guatemala’s most vulnerable population access to a pathway out of poverty through education. As a sponsor, you have the power to impact a child, their family, and their community when you support their early childhood development in one or more of the following ways:
• Education and Language Sponsor at $600 per year: Covers cost of education and acclimating students to speak, read, and write in Spanish, which includes but is not limited to education-related expenses for each student such as a workbook, a uniform, a backpack, school supplies, field trips, physical education, extracurricular activities, etc.
• Nutrition and Hygiene Sponsor at $500 per year: Covers the cost of providing two healthy meals, a snack, and vitamins every school day (more than 70% of their weekly nutritional needs), as well as hygiene training and toothbrushes, cups, and cloth hand towels for each student.
• Medical/Dental/Vision Sponsor at $400 per year: Covers annual health screening, medical care, dental care, eye exams, medication, and labs through our clinic and/or ministry partners as well as financial assistance for any specialty care beyond what our clinic offers.
• Total Education & Well Being Sponsor at $1500 per year: Covers all three program areas listed above.
Whether you are ready to partner with us to make a difference in the life of a child or have questions about Colegio Susanna Wesley, we’d love to hear from you. To start the sponsorship process, please CLICK HERE* to complete an interest form, and once your request has been received and processed, we will be in touch with more details. Should you have any questions, please forward them to resourcecoordinator@saludypaz.org.
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