Sponsoring

Would you like to support us in giving the children a good and warm shelter in the Hand in Hand Community? That will be great as we can not manage without sufficient support.
For more information: sponsors@operationhandinhand.nl or handinhandcommunity@gmail.com

 

It is possible to stay in touch and hear more about the development of “your child” by sending us your questions per email or by visiting our website, but the nicest way will be to come and visit your child once in Hand in Hand in Ghana! You are welcome!

 

How to contribute?

For giving the residential children good care we need Euro 900 per child annually (= € 75 per month), but you can also support a child with a lower amount, e.g. € 25 per month. Such a child will then have more than 1 sponsor.

 

For our care for children in the Sheltered workshop, who go to their families during vacation time a few times per year, we need an amount of € 25 per month (= 300 Euro per year).

 

You can transfer your contributions into our bank account in Holland, either per month, quarter or year, depending on your preference and it’s easiest when transfers are done automatically through your instructions to your bank.

 

Contact

For your contributions you can use this address:

Dutch Foundation Hand in Hand 

Mr. W. Mur, treasurer of the Hand in Hand Foundation
Bonifatiuslaan 8
3621 DH Breukelen
Tel.: 0346 266 842

Bank account nr.: NL24 RABO 0127 7641 43
Please indicate: “sponsoring for (… =name child)” or “gift” etc..

International Bank codes:
SWIFT / BIC: RABONL2U

The  Foundation Hand in Hand is a Charity fully recognised by the Dutch Government. Gifts are tax deductable in Holland.
Hand in Hand is also registered by the Dutch Chamber of Commerce in The Hague, under nr.: 27279544.

 

On behalf of all our childrern we like to thank you very much in advance for your support!!

Residential children without sponsorships

These children who will stay the rest of their lifes in PCC are still in need of sponsoring

Workshop children without sponsorships

These children and young adults from the Sheltered Workshop are still in need of sponsoring