Virlanie's Sponsorship Program enables individuals to support the education of our children, provide their other needs (food, clothing, therapy, psychological services, medicines and etc.), and build a unique relationship with one or several children from our Foundation.
Child Sponsorship is a way for you to help our children continue their education and give them a brighter future.
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Should you wish to become a sponsor:
Virlanie Foundation, Inc.
4055 Yague Street, Brgy. Singkamas,
Makati City, Philippines. 1204
You may also use the sponsor a child online form by clicking on the button below.
Sponsors' address and contact information are kept confidential and used only for official purposes.
Once your pledge form was processed, you will receive the following:
You will then be able to start to correspond with the child.
As a child sponsor, you will receive letters from your sponsored child/children which includes the following:
We encourage the sponsors to exchange letters with our children as it is important to them and it makes them feel that someone believes in them and motivates them in their studies.
Important: Your donation is not given directly to the child but it is included in the budget of the program where the child is part of. The person responsible of the child manages their finances, so all their needs would be covered and aligned with the other children of the program.
To write to your sponsored child, please send your mail to this address:
Virlanie Foundation Inc.
Name of the child
4055 Yague Street
1205 Makati City
The Sponsorship Team remains at your disposal for any further information at the +632 895 3460 or firstname.lastname@example.org
"I know how hard it is to grow up without a mother and early on I have been taught the importance of education in achieving one's dream and aspirations and that inspire me to sponsor a child. It's nice to finally meet our sponsored child; it gives me a sense of completeness and humility."
"I enjoyed meeting Rebecca and seeing her dancing. All the children were full of energy, it was wonderful to be there. She was really shy, but really happy to see us. Rebecca has lived some traumatic and hard things and despite it she looks blossomed. To see her happy, smiling, full of life make us understand that what we are doing is really helpful for her and gives a brighter future to the children. I wish that the children that we help would really have a brighter future, they are now part of the family, I wish that we will keep in touch and see them growing up."