Your monthly gift of $50 will give your sponsored child access to academic enrollment, computer education, healthcare, school meals, school materials, and access to all extra-curricular activities, including karate, yoga, meditation, art, music, and dancing.
As a sponsor, you’ll be able to see your impact firsthand through letters and photos from your child. Learn why you should sponsor a child and how you can thereby end the cycle of poverty in India for good.
Below, meet some of the boys and girls waiting to be sponsored by someone like you.
We know it’s important to you that your donation is being used effectively. It’s important to us, too. Please visit our Financial Transparency page.
Shahla Ettefagh, President and Founder
Breakdown of your $50 Gift
- Breakfast & Lunch
- School Operations
SELECT A CHILD WITHOUT A SPONSOR
“These are the most grateful children you’ll ever meet in your life. If you want to support children from abroad, you could not pick a better place than Mother Miracle School.”
Michael Ward, Sponsor since 2017
Click here to Meet Four Sponsors and their interesting Testimonial Stories
Shohreh Aghdashloo, Michael Ward, Chad Kammin, and Michael Alexander share one beautiful experience – they all sponsor children at Mother Miracle School in India. Watch this video and see what they have to say about their sponsorships.
How Sponsorship Works
Through sponsoring, we’re able to connect you with one of our children in need. Sponsoring a Mother Miracle School child is a unique opportunity because our students are born into extreme poverty, yet they are brilliant and talented. If given a chance, they compete at the highest level and succeed every time.
Sponsor a child today
For just $50 per month or $600 per year, you can sponsor a child in need out of a slum area in India and change his or her life forever.
Welcome to Mother Miracle
We’ll send you a welcome email from us with a photo and other information about your new sponsored child. Welcome to the Mother Miracle family!
FAQs about Sponsorship
Ideally, we would like our sponsors to commit to their child until he or she finishes the 12th grade. Every year you sponsor the child, it only costs $600, which breaks down to $1.66 per day! Many of our sponsors have stayed with their children from the beginning. If you cannot make a long-term commitment, we are grateful for donations, which will help fill the gap for children who are not matched with a sponsor. Through your gift of sponsorship, you are enabling a child to reach their fullest potential by receiving a high-quality education that they would otherwise be unable to access.
100 % of your gift goes straight to your sponsored child’s education, healthcare, breakfast, and lunch.
Of course! Donations make our programs possible and fill gaps in funding for children who do not have sponsors yet, or if a sponsor left the program due to financial constraints. The general fund is also used for our “all you can eat” lunch program. Click here to make a donation.
The Mother Miracle Trust is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization in the United States and a Registered Trust with 80G and 12A with the Indian government. We run on a lean annual budget, which covers program-wide expenses and salaries for 70 staff members. Our Founder & President, Shahla Ettefagh, volunteers her time to Mother Miracle and abstains from receiving a salary. We maximize the impact of every dollar we receive from our donors and sponsors. Each year we significantly impact the lives of 522 students through our K-12 school. We are committed to integrity and transparency, which is why we published information about our current financial position here.
Moreover, Mother Miracle School has a unique niche in that we focus our services on brilliant children born into the slums of Rishikesh. Each of our children is uniquely positioned to succeed in the long-term. Our vision is for 100% of our graduates to go to college and become employed to break the poverty cycle for themselves and their families. Our big brother/big sister program requires that graduates who become employed pay it forward by sponsoring one of our younger students.