One question that will certainly interest you as a sponsor/donor is to what extent your donation arrives where it is needed. Your donation/sponsorship enables orphaned, abused or abandoned children to have a happy childhood and gives them the chance to live a self-determined life with equal opportunities through access to education.
We – Future4Kids – are a small, family association with no economic interest in Rwanda . Our budget is manageable and is directly related to the 49 children we support. Your donation will be used directly for our projects in Rwanda without any administrative effort in Austria. We guarantee that your donation will reach the children undiminished.
Your donation / sponsorship will be managed efficiently and sparingly – we are on site at least once a year and know every child and every employee personally. It should be mentioned that all expenses, such as travel expenses, etc. are not borne by the charity club, but by ourselves, at our own expenses.
We attach great importance to transparency!
Rwanda is one of the poorest countries in the world. That’s why it’s important that 100% of our help arrives in the country.
I (founder of Future4Kids – Otto Fischer) developed a special dismay about Rwanda when I traveled to Rwanda in 2007 and faced enormous hopelessness. This situation prompted me to sponsor several orphans and to get to know the country and its people better. Rwanda is a country where it is not a matter of course to have access to free education or just to have a “normal” childhood – a prerequisite for more equal opportunities and justice. For me as a sponsor, I see it as an obligation to create and maintain this equal opportunity. My work in Rwanda is driven by parents’ desire to give their children a better life and to give them a future and hope.
During my work in Rwanda, I realized that Rwanda also faces a global issue is: the extinction of species. This is particularly noteworthy because the last living mountain gorillas live in Rwanda. It has become a heart project for me to contribute to their protection.