The Dayspring Home provides refuge to children affected by HIV/AIDS and/or TB. The children cared for by the home are either orphaned due to death of family members caused by HIV/AIDS, or infected and thus rejected from their family home due to stigma surrounding the disease. Blossom provides ongoing social and medical support and seeks to combat the isolation created by the stigma attached. You can help build a future for these children.
What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
Children living below the poverty line are particularly vulnerable to HIV/AIDS and/or TB infection and are often abandoned when they or their parents are ill. Blossom has rescued a number of deserted children found wandering the streets alone. With a lack of Local Government provision; Blossom Dayspring Home is often the only one caring for these children's welfare. Please help us to provide these children with the love, care and security they need and that should be every child's right.
How will this project solve this problem?
Blossom Dayspring has the infrastructure and experience to care for these children, with your support we can continue to provide these vulnerable children with the security needed to create a better future.
Potential Long Term Impact
Many of these children have been abandoned due to the stigma and lack of education surrounding disease in our communities. By reintegrating these children back into society, we are building a better future free from prejudice and discrimination. These children have the possibility to be tomorrow's leaders.
Total Funding Received to Date: $11,583
Remaining Goal to be Funded: $68,417
Total Funding Goal: $80,000