2021-2022 School Year

See our website for more information… CHILDREN WAITING FOR SPONSORSHIPS

 If you are interested to sponsor, please contact kairoschildrensfund@gmail.com or messenger: http://m.me/AndrewScribner

The Kairos dreamKairos '10 Commitments'Sponsoring
We have a dream. A dream that one day society will be more generous to those who lack a certain need, providing not only free education but free and fair access to it. Children can start and finish with joy, pride, and clear hope. Families will be able to rise above poverty because the opportunity that was provided by the government was holistic, both in terms of content (the education itself) and the opportunity to it.

Children will be able to graduate from college with good education and a willingness to help their families. Families will be able to rise about their current living situation because of the successful academic pursuits of their children.

Kairos Vision

Click here for our 3 Objectives and 9 Commitments

Though education in the Philippines is tuition-free, pursuit of this education is not. There are costs, such as lunch and snacks, uniforms, and school supplies. There is often shame because of teasing from other children, because of clothes which are tattered and worn. Because of a wide array of variables, some children cannot go to school every day. She or he may have to walk one and a half miles to school, and arrive hungry and tired. Children often don’t want to go to school at all, and when they do, may sometimes come home with tears in the eyes.

School is not a fun experience for some children. I have heard of kids who despise school because of all these factors.

Sometimes, parents cannot afford these things, and seemingly given up on having their child finish high school at all. There are many children who, after elementary or junior high school, stay home to help their parents.

Girls often get pregnant early, becoming young mothers, and often the burden of another child can make the family sink into poverty more.

Boys develop bad character and sometimes become drug dependent, and often end up working at a young age.

Now imagine that this child has money for snacks, uniform, and transportation. She isn’t hungry, isn’t teased, and not tired when she gets to school.

If a child can graduate from high school and college, that family will have a much greater opportunity to prosper – and a smaller risk of being taken advantage of. Add good morals and character, and a sense of civic duty to their education, and a child will really go far in the world.

In Kairos Children’s Fund, we desire to not only help with school needs, but also provide mentoring to the scholar and information to the families.

These are 10 “commitments” that the families must agree to follow as a covenant. At any time, they are free to remind each other of these 10 commitments. Not following them will not necessarily mean non-continuation in the program, however.

10 Pasalig

  1. We shall follow and advance the six principles of Kairos Children’s Fund: Love of God, Love for others, Mutual Respect, Discipline, Unity, and Hard work; but the first most of all. 1 Timothy 4:7-8 & Matthew 22:37-38
  2. We will do our best to share Jesus with others and to emulate His holiness as much as possible.
  3. We shall strive to work hard to become prosperous for our family and others in our community.
  4. We will minimize our expenditures and save our sobra (extra) allowance.
  5. We shall strive to always learn, even when not in school, and to help others do so.
  6. We shall not be unfair to anyone, bully or tease.
  7. We shall treat everyone as a brother and sister in this world and always be ready to help one another.
  8. We will do our best to obey our teacher and always respect our fellow students.
  9. We will do our best to serve in the church and to do our assigned task.
  10. We will commit to help other children in need through the Kairos Children’s Fund once finished schooling and working.

There are currently children waiting to be sponsored. Usually, these children go to school, but without complete school supplies and sometimes on an empty stomach. Since there are still no face-to-face classes, allowances help children in their daily needs as well as transportation for the parents when they pick up and drop off modules.

Sponsorship is $25 for elementary and $30 for high school students per month.

5% of the money given goes to a shared fund for outings, meetings, and other administrative needs.

5% will be saved for the child’s miscellaneous fees (school fees) as well as other emergency needs that might arise and their birthday gift. (You may also send your child a gift if so desired)

The purchasing of backpacks and some school supplies will be done by the program. Parents are responsible to buy uniforms.

– Paypal (5% transaction fee; this fee should be added to the amount sent)

– Coins.ph – Philipines only (2% transaction fee; this fee should be added to the amount sent)

– Bank Transfer (transaction fees paid by the sender)
Andrew Scribner / Bangor Savings Bank acct #: 2010080604 / Routing #: 211274382

– Moneygram / ZOOM (transaction fees paid by the sender)
Andrew Scribner / Northern Junob / Dumaguete City / Philippines

– Bitcoin or Eutherium



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