International Burundian Women Organization (IBWO)

Why should we donate to orphans?

Why should we donate to orphans?

All societies’ orphans face a disproportionate share of society’s collective grief. Lack of safety, nourishment, financial stability, opportunity, and moral support, is the greatest loss. They are considered part of society, although they experience extreme isolation and despair. In such a case, society must ensure the individual receives the spiritual, monetary, educational, and psychological care they need to recover.

The following are the identified and researched root problems. People like you and me have the power to find solutions to these issues. All that’s needed now is donations and giving to help them out. Of course, you might wonder, “Why should we donate?” before you hand over any cash.

Below are some of their issues, along with potential solutions.


Even if it doesn’t look like it, hunger is an essential requirement for survival for any living thing. Kids too young to understand the value of good nutrition sometimes cannot afford it. Because of the hunger, they’ve experienced, their physical and mental development has been thrown off-kilter.

In this aspect, donations are useful since they can be used to provide orphans with better meals. It will aid them in obtaining healthy food and provide them with the strength and stamina to face the challenges of everyday life.


Every time an orphaned child sees another child with their parents or family, they are subjected to the harmful actions of an ignorant and violent society. They have no one they can confide in and ask the questions that have been bothering them. Their mentality is shattered, and their actions become increasingly convoluted due to the trauma. Although this is a complicated problem with no easy answers, we can help those going through it by donating money. The next step is for people to spend time with these abandoned kids in need, letting them know they care and helping them realize that the world is not full of only harmful things. It’s just as important to share joy as it is to share wealth.


When a person experiences intense loneliness, they are said to be isolated, and its influence is negative, and it’s as dark as the darkest darkness. When orphans meet other children their age, they are reminded of how lonely and miserable their lives are because they have never known their siblings, parents, family, or cousins. That’s why “Don’t talk about parents to an orphan” is common wisdom. We can’t make their suffering disappear, but we can give them the joy, love, and priceless donations they need to enjoy the rest of their lives.


Literacy is a necessity and a human right. Meanwhile, it’s up to parents to ensure their children have access to a good school. Due to their lack of parental care, orphans face additional obstacles in their pursuit of a solid education. Getting a good education does not come cheap. Uniforms, school bags, entry fees, and other costs accrued throughout the academic year are just the beginning of what is needed to fund a quality education. Because of your generosity, they can achieve this. Donations are the simple solution to this issue. Many people’s philanthropic efforts focus on helping schools.


The cost of living keeps rising. At all costs, you cannot go without eating, sleeping, or dressing. All these things, from the cheapest to the most expensive, should be affordable enough so everyone can live their lives without fear or disrespect. If you can’t afford to provide them with a roof over their heads, food on the table, or clothing on their backs, at least know that your gifts will help ease some of their burdens.