There are so many ways you can support our vital work – here are some ways to get involved but do contact us with any other ideas you have!
Fundraise for us
Why not organise a fundraising event for us? Our supporters have organised a whole host of events to raise funds for us – from pampering evenings, clothes swaps, fashion shows, bake sales, concerts, and more recently, online quizzes! Download our Fundraising pack which is packed full of ideas – or contact us with any ideas you might have – big or small, mainstream or whacky!
Fancy challenging yourself to push your own boundaries while also raising funds for a great cause? In 2021, we have places in the Prudential Ride London 100 in August and the London Marathon in October. Contact us if you would like to register for a place. We can also support you to enrol in and fundraise through other challenge events too. For example, supporters have raised funds for us through the Oxford and Cheltenham half marathons, the Three Peaks challenge, tough mudder runs etc.
Do you work for a company which wants to set itself apart from its competitors by working with a charity? Do you want your company to be part of the transformative work we are doing in Africa? Good news – we are looking for new companies to work with and would love to work with you! Download our Corporate Pack or contact us to see how we might work together.
We are excited to have formed two new corporate partnerships – with Mike Gershon and Charitable Travel – in 2020. Read more about our current corporate supporters.
Are you a school teacher looking for a charity to work with? Do you want your pupils to learn more about life in Africa? We are always looking for new schools to work with and would love to work with you! Download our Schools Pack or contact us to explore how we might work together.
We have worked with several schools in the past few years, including Cokethorpe School and Hanborough Manor School (near Witney), Madley Brook Primary School (in Witney) and Kingham Primary School (near Chipping Norton).