For donors

How to become a donor?

  1. Fill in and send an application – the initial step is to fill in a binding application for the country where You want to support a child. The choosing of a child by photo is not possible. The only possible criteria are sex, age (older or younger than 14 years) and a specific country. The application can be filled in HERE on a web page, or we can send it to Your mail or e-mail if requested. Personal data protection is ensured in accordance with the law on personal data protection code 122/2013. SKCH do not provide them to third parties.
  2. Confirmation on Your E-mail – After receiving the application, a confirmation letter will be sent on Your e-mail address. The message includes information about the further procedure.
  3. Assignment of a child according to the application– Based on Your application, You will be assigned a child. Photo of this child will be sent to You along with a questionnaire on Your postal address.
  4. Sending the first support – After receiving the photo and questionnaire, You can start donating on the account number. Please, do not forget to mention Your variable symbol which was sent to You along with the survey.

 

Withdrawal from project – Donors can withdraw from the project anytime. If You do so, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can find a new donor for children.

Message for donors

Donors receive a post/email twice a year, depending on the country where the child lives.

The first half of the year – General report about the activities and plans of the centre (schools, foster homes and so on), which is written by the local coordinator responsible for the project.

The second half of the year – School report with a recent photo and a child´s letter or a drawing.

Annual report about the progress of a child after finishing the school year and a Christmas letter.

The first half of the year – General report about the activities and plans of the centre (schools, foster homes and so on), which is written by the local coordinator responsible for the project.

The second half of the year – School report with a recent photo and a child´s letter or a drawing.

The first half of the year – School report with a recent photo and a child´s letter or a drawing.

The second half of the year – General report about the activities and plans of the centre (schools, foster homes and so on), which is written by the local coordinator responsible for the project.

The first half of the year – General report about the activities and plans of the centre (schools, foster homes and so on), which is written by the local coordinator responsible for the project.

The second half of the year – School report with a recent photo and a child´s letter or a drawing.

The first half of the year – General report about the activities and plans of the centre (schools, foster homes and so on), which is written by the local coordinator responsible for the project.

The second half of the year – School report with a recent photo and a child´s letter or a drawing.

Donors who donate to specific needs of all children in particular countries receive a letter with information once a year.

Considering the living conditions of children, please understand their possibilities of writing their letters and drawings. 

Donor´s message for children

Correspondence from donor´s side is optional. Donors can send a post to a supported child in the form of a letter, or they can attach a small paper gift, such as stamps, colouring books and so forth. It is also possible to send a child your photo or a postcard.

It is possible to send a letter to your assigned child via Slovak Catholic Charity (SKCH). A donor will send a message to SKCH where all the other letters from different donors are collected. Later, one package containing the letters is sent to the country. Information about the availability of sending the messages, which we distribute, will be sent to Your postal address. Letters must be written in the French language.

Send the letters directly to the children to the postal address, which was mentioned in the confirmation letter when entering the project. Letters must be written in the English language.

It is possible to send a letter to your assigned child via Slovak Catholic Charity (SKCH). A donor will send a message to SKCH where all the other letters from different donors are collected. Later one package containing the lists is sent to the country. Information about the availability of sending the messages, which we distribute, will be posted on your postal address. Letters must be written in English or Russian language.

It is possible to send a letter to your assigned child via Slovak Catholic Charity (SKCH). A donor will send a message to SKCH where all the other letters from different donors are collected. Later, one package containing the lists is sent to the country. Information about the availability of sending the messages, which we distribute, will be sent to your postal address. Letters must be written in the English language.

It is possible to send a letter to your assigned child via Slovak Catholic Charity (SKCH). A donor sends a message to SKCH where all the other letters from different donors are collected. Later, one package containing the letters is sent to the country. Information about the availability of sending the messages, which we distribute, will be sent to your postal address. Letters must be written in Russian or English language.

It is possible to send a letter to your assigned child via Slovak Catholic Charity (SKCH). A donor will send a message to SKCH where all the other letters from different donors are collected. Later, one package containing the letters is sent to the country. Information about the availability of sending the messages, which we distribute, will be sent to your postal address. Letters must be written in the English language.

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