How your money helps vulnerable children in Zambia
For just 50p we can buy washing detergent to give to a child so that they can keep their school uniform clean for a week. This is important for vulnerable children who have managed to find a school place, as they will not be allowed into class if they are looking scruffy.
£5 provides a pair of basic shoes for a child living in a compound or a few loaves of bread to be taken as food to a child who is being wrongfully held in prison.
A gift of £10 will pay for a which provides enough nshima (the staple food in Zambia) to keep a vulnerable family going for a month, or fuel for one day to enable our volunteers to provide counselling and other activities on the street.
Children who live on the streets often have no way to access health care. £30 will pay fora course of antibiotics or a trip to the clinic for children who are unwell. £50 will enable us to buy a first aid kit to provide treatment for cuts and sores so that they do not become infected and cause big problems for a child. £150 will help to give a child a simple but dignified burial
How to Donate
One off donation with Paypal
Regular Gift by Standing Order
Please contact us to arrange this.