Give vulnerable orphans the love and care they need to thrive
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Sponsor an orphan
Every child deserves a happy, healthy childhood and the opportunity to build a brighter future. For many of the 140 million orphans worldwide, this is simply out of reach.
You can give a vulnerable orphan the chance to break out of poverty by sponsoring for just 50p a day.
Your sponsorship helps provide nutritious meals, clothes, healthcare, an education and a dedicated foster mother – all in a loving and caring home.
Sponsor now for just £15 a month to care for a vulnerable orphan in Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sudan, The Gambia or Gaza.
The Prophet (saw) was reported to have said: “The one who cares for an orphan and myself will be together in Paradise like this,” and he held his two fingers together. [Bukhari]
Help build an orphanage
Mera Apna Ghar (My Own Home), our first orphanage, opened in 2012. Since then we have opened a further four orphanages in Pakistan and one in The Gambia.
Since launching our first orphanage, Mera Apna Ghar (My Own Home) in Pakistan in 2012, we have opened a further five in Pakistan and The Gambia. Penny Appeal orphanages are now home to 162 children.
You could help provide a safe, loving home for many orphans by being part of a new orphanage build.
For just £100 per brick* you can support us in building new orphanages in Kashmir, Pakistan and The Gambia. You will help to build brighter futures for vulnerable children for years to come.
*Buying a brick is much more than simply providing a physical piece of an orphanage – it means contributing to the building blocks of a happy childhood and a brighter future.Your £100 donation per brick helps to fund the initial development costs of the orphanage build – buying the land and materials, paying the applicable taxes and wages for the construction workers – and also contributes towards the ongoing costs and liabilities – utilities supplies, staff wages and maintenance.
Areeba Bi is 5 years old. In 2009 her father, who was a labourer, died from kidney failure, leaving Areeba’s mother without any income to pay for food, shelter or education. In April 2012, Areeba was able to find a new home at Penny Appeal’s Mera Apna Ghar (My Own Home) orphanage in Sohawa. Areeba now attends school and is cared for by one of the foster mothers at the orphanage.
Her foster mother says that Areeba is always smiling and is a good-natured child who likes to succeed at everything.
Areeba enjoys playing with her dolls and watching cartoons. She recently scored 95% overall in her exams and wants to be a doctor when she grows up.
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