William Bosco • The Nasio Trust - Sponsor A Child In Need

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William Bosco

  • Date of birth: 01/01/2010
  • Support needed: Up to £10.00 a month i

William is one of five children in the family . He comes from a vulnerable family.  He used to live with both his parents but sadly on 20/11/2020 he lost his father after him being sick for several months. William is now living with his mother and her siblings.  His mother is physically challenged , this makes it hard for her to find a casual job to do but she vowed to always try and work hard for the sake of her children.

The family draw their water from a neighbours well, they have a farm but currently it is a challenge for his mother to plough and plant on her own as her late father was the one who used to help their mother. Despite their hard life William is very hard working and really loves coming to the program, his mother is also jovial and always happy when she is visited by Nasio Trust.


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The moment you start to support one of our children at St Irene’s or Noah’s Ark we instantly work on building that bond between you and your sponsored child. We’ll send you a Welcome Pack the moment your sponsorship begins and you will receive three updates throughout the year from us about your child – a home visit report, birthday update and a handwritten letter/drawing from your sponsored child.

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