Organizations changing the world need the tools to do it.
Reimagine Child Sponsorship
Interested in how to BEGIN a child sponsorship program?
Interested in how to GROW a child sponsorship program?
What We Do
Nonprofit organizations with child or community sponsorship programs need more administrative support than is offered by donor management software. Any efficiency you hope to gain can be quickly eliminated by spending more time on tedious tasks that don’t actually improve your program. We offer an easy, efficient and seamless way to administer child sponsorship. Service sets us apart; we become your sponsorship team.
- Create your child sponsorship gallery
- Mail new sponsor welcome packets
- Facilitate your letter writing and distribution process
- Deposit your funds monthly
- Offer ideas and resources to grow your program
- Answer inbound calls and emails from donors and sponsors
- Manage your sponsorship website using innovative tools and technology
- Process payments and collect recurring donations on your behalf
- Use your organization’s logo and branding
What People Are Saying
As a nonprofit organization, our goal is partnership. Let us help you fulfill your mission whether you are launching a new sponsorship program, scaling an existing one or transitioning from child sponsorship software. We asked a few nonprofit leaders to share how BrightPoint for Children has helped their sponsorship program.
“410 Bridge couldn’t do what we do without the work of BrightPoint for Children. We’re grateful for the many years of partnership.”
Founder & President
“Thank you for your hard work getting us transitioned from child sponsorship software. I am so grateful for your team and your work of excellence.”
Global Hope Partner
“From street children to investment bankers and analysts, the sponsorship program is changing lives. Thank you for impacting South Asia with us.”
Founder & Director
Hands of Hope Int.
“Amazing nonprofit who goes above and beyond. We are extremely grateful for their services and we are already sharing their resources with others.”