Sponsor a child in India

When you sponsor a child with Plan Care Foundation, you not only help the child in need but also transform the lives of children in the community where the sponsored child lives, by ensuring they get access to quality education, proper nutrition, healthcare and protection. Your sponsorship also helps poor and vulnerable communities to build a more enabling context for their children to be protected and cared for.

Working with grassroots-based organisations, we strive towards making vulnerable communities aware of constitutional values and their rights including the rights of children. Your sponsorship empowers our efforts to save the children in poor communities from crimes like child trafficking, child labour and child marriage. Essentially, you help children become better citizens for a better tomorrow.

What is child sponsorship?

Child sponsorship is a regular giving program, wherein your (monthly/quarterly/half yearly/annual) contribution ensures education, healthcare support and a safe childhood to children from the most marginalized communities in India. By children, we mean not just children in poor communities but also orphans, disabled, children with learning disabilities, children in conflict situations and children with limited or no access to schools or basic facilities.

The sponsored child keeps you informed about the progress made in their lives and that of the community. To effectively leverage the sponsored child’s efforts as an ambassador of the community in which he or she lives, we link each child to up to three donors.

When you sponsor a child

You are sponsoring a child’s education, healthcare and protection, and well-being of the community
You are not just helping the child go to school but are addressing all the factors that are keeping the child out of it
You are also helping build opportunities for the child’s family to have a sustainable source of livelihood and income

Welcome Kit

With details of the child you are linked to.

Annual report

An annual update from the community that the child belongs to..

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Monthly E-newsletter

An email update of various initiatives of Plan Care Foundation

Project Visit

An annual visit to the project under which the child is supported.


Frequently asked Questions about us

Plan Care has been working with poor and marginalised people in India . We work relentesly reaching out to over 6 million people every year, most of whom belong to the most marginalised and excluded groups in India.


Plan Care Foundation supports a wide range of long term and short term initiatives, which aim to improve the lives and living conditions of marginalised communities , rural and urban poor, women, children and minorities. In the process, we work closely with several grassroots organisations and community based organisations, who lead the work on the ground. 80% of the donations we receive are used for the implementation of these initiatives on the ground. 13% of the conations we raise are spent to strengthen the support systems at various levels that help us in executing these initiatives. 7% of the funds we raise are used for activities that help us to mobilise resources that can guarantee long term support to such initiatives.

PLan Care Foundation is registered Non Profit Organisation in India under the Section 8 of the companies Act(2013) with its registered office at New Delhi and registration number U85300DL2021NPL378085

Plan Care Foundation follows international industry standards and best practices in order to secure your data and protect your privacy:

1)We do not capture or store details of your credit card or payment option. After entering your contact details, you will be redirected to the website of the payment gateway provider, where the payment details will be captured.
2)The data transiting over the internet is encrypted. We use SSL (Standard Sockets Layer) technology for data encryption. Our SSL certificate is signed by an internationally trusted authentication agency.
3)We make every reasonable effort to prevent any loss, misuse, disclosure or modification of personal information, as well as any unauthorised access to personal information.