Sponsor A Child
Sponsorship is the primary way that you can protect children from being sold. It is the monthly giving of people like you that enables each at-risk child to live in our homes and to grow up safe, happy, and free from the horrors of the sex trade.
This is how it works: We have three levels of monthly sponsorship for each child in order to protect them from the sex trade. You can become a monthly Parent Sponsor ($60), Grandparent Sponsor ($40), or Sibling Sponsor ($20).
Thank you for considering a monthly sponsorship and for ending child sex slavery through prevention!
Sponsor A Home
It is our passion to open more prevention homes around the world in order to keep as many children as possible out of the sex trade. We are entirely dependent on the generous donations of caring people like you to make this possible.
It costs an average of $20,000 to start up a home (bed, bath, kitchen, desks, etc.) and approximately $100,000 to build a home. Most of our prevention homes are rented in order to open as many homes as possible.
Our Prevention Homes Fund is a way to contribute towards the constant need of opening more homes in order to save more children. For $100/month you can become a Home Sponsor and ensure our ability to rent or build more homes around the world.
Thank you for considering a monthly home sponsorship and for ending child sex slavery through prevention!
Our General Fund is a vital part of keeping Remember Nhu running smoothly and effectively. We use this fund for one-time costs such as purchasing a vehicle for house parents, replacing a broken refrigerator, or planting a garden at a children’s home. Larger general donations are typically used for start-up costs to open or build new homes, or to purchase land for building a school or Vocational Training Center. Giving to our general fund fills a crucial need in accomplishing our mission of keeping children out of the sex trade.
Thank you for considering a general donation and for ending child sex slavery through prevention.
For more information about the general fund, please contact us.