Join a community effort to change the world.
Want to make a difference in the lives of children in need? Group sponsorship is a cost-effective and impactful way to do it.
Group sponsorship can significantly impact a community, as it can provide education, healthcare, and other essential services to a whole group.
How is this different from Child Sponsorship?
Here is a table comparing the pros and cons of GroupLink and child sponsorship.
|GROUPLINK||CHILD SPONSORSHIP PROGRAMS|
|Impact||High Community-Wide Impact: |
The support provided through group sponsorship affects a larger community or group rather than just an individual child.
|Impact on Individual: |
There might be other children within the same community who do not receive the same level of assistance and support
|Flexibility||More flexible: |
Supporters can change their sponsorship arrangement anytime, allowing for adjustments based on changing circumstances.
|Lacks flexibility: |
Once you start sponsoring a child, you are committed to supporting that child for a set period and under the terms of the sponsorship program.
|Community engagement||High Community Engagement: |
Since it has a broader impact, it requires more active community members’ and supporters’ involvement.
|Low Community Engagement: |
It only focuses on an individual child, rather than the community.
|Cost||More cost-effective: |
The resources contributed by multiple supporters are pooled together to address the needs of a larger group.
|Less cost-effective: |
The resources are directed towards the needs of a single child.