St Wanas Charity helps with the care of vulnerable families who have premature babies. Learn More
Children Of Poor Families
Children living in villages with limited means receive gifts at Christmas and Easter donated by St Wanas.
Children with Disabilities
St Wanas supports children with disabilities by providing wheelchairs, operations and therapy. Learn more
St Wanas provides financial assistance to children and families caught up in natural disaster in Australia and abroad. Learn more.
St Wanas supports projects that schools achieve their educational aspirations to benefit their students. We also also assists families with financial hardship, especially those who are unable to pay school fees. Learn more
Women for Women
The success of the mother is the success of the family. St Wanas provides seed funding and support for women to start small projects that can earn them and their families a living. Learn more
As Sam recounts in this video, Incubators have enormous impact on the survivability of a newborn to that is born prematurely. St Wanas sponsors the neonatal department at St Mary and Abu Sefein hospital in El Haggana, Egypt. This service provides cost coverage for new incubators as well as costs of hosting the premature babies of less privileged families.
Why we also focus on disabled kids
Unlike developed countries, children living in poverty have higher rates of disability and are more likely to be left untreated. This is due to greater government funding provided to support children with disabilities in developed countries, whereas government funding in third world countries are almost unheard of.
In poorer regions, a child with disability does not only face financial barriers to their development but cultural, social and educational barriers as well. Unfortunately, In many of these countries, a disabled child would be labeled as a cultural ‘shame’ to his/her family and in particular those with mental disabilities. Amongst many practices in poorer areas with limited funding, is spending the minimal funds a disabled child receives on their healthier siblings in order to afford them an education and a career to generate income for the whole family.
Fortunately, a number of non-government organisations are looking after these children in many ways in which there is a great need for donations to continue providing their support to these children. St Wanas Foundation is collaborating closely with some of these non-government organisations and with your help, we can provide continued care and education to less fortunate children in poorer areas around the world.
We Have a Call to Create Change
Our mission is to provide aid to kids in in need all over the world.
“For of such is the kingdom of God” Luke 18:16