Guidelines
for Healthy Sponsorship Programs

We engage in sponsorship programs because we want what’s best for children – particularly those who are vulnerable

However, like any program, sponsorship has the potential for great good and great harm.

Over the last decade, organizations and donors have been thinking critically about how these programs operate. Research is limited – but that’s not the end of the story!

There is growing consensus among NGOs on core guidelines for a healthy sponsorship program.

Explore this first-of-its-kind resource, toolkit, and audit to help you honestly evaluate your sponsorship program and identify areas to grow.

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Open Surveys & Studies:

Sponsorship Research Study

Sun, 31st January, 08:00

Does your organization operate a sponsorship program? We want to hear from you! Sponsorship has been used as a donor engagement model by many organizations serving vulnerable children and families.  […]
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Care Leavers Survey

Mon, 1st February, 08:00

In an effort to improve care for vulnerable children, this study will survey adults who were once children separated from parental care across multiple nations, as they have massive experiential […]
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