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"We love sponsoring through Life Charity Focus because you can see the difference you are making! If I could sponsor one hundred I would! We can’t wait to one day visit Uganda and our sponsor child! There is no better feeling than making a difference" - The Moss family, sponsor to Immaculate

Does it actually make a difference?

Sponsoring a child rescues them from extreme poverty. Your support gives a child the life-changing opportunity to receive a private quality education so they have the chance to acquire a job, sustain a stable income and break free from the cycle of poverty. When a child gets sponsorship it is beneficial  for their entire family. 

Your sponsorship will equip and empower a child with an education and opportunities for a better life. You can help change a child’s life forever.


Education is freedom!


A wonderful commitment that will change your and their life


The sponsor children and staff love hearing from their sponsors. They feel so encouraged knowing they are supported and loved.


Education reduces the cycle of poverty. It increases annual earnings, reduces economic inequalities, promotes economic growth and enables individuals to have better access to health care. 
UNESCO Global Education Monitoring Report  

Our Vision

To see children and their communities transformed from helplessness to being able to live a meaningful and sustainable life


"In 2011 my life was changed. My future is now bright. It is very important to note that without education, the future cannot be. I hope to become a designer and I know LCF will help me, because we are all in this together to rock the world!"

- Irene


"I have got a bike, goat, mattress, blanket, mosquito nets and I now have a sponsor mother, because my own died many years ago. I want to make LCF and my sponsor proud in the future" 

- Wilberforce


"When my dad died, I felt hopeless, and I left school. My sponsors constructed me a house and enabled me to study in an amazing school. If it was not for my sponsors, I would be on the streets by now"

- Emmanuel

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