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Since 1998 Cecily's Fund has transformed the lives of thousands of the most vulnerable children in Zambia by enabling them to go to school. Education gives them a ladder out of the destitution to which they are otherwise condemned. Tragically Cecily died there in her gap year. This is her legacy.
Cecily's Fund Registered charity number 1071660
The Zam Challenge is a 5-a-side indoor football tournament - donate today to support your favourite team. Every £50 we raise helps us keep a child in Zambia in school for a year!
"God bless you all for the amazing work you do for humanity! Peace and stay safe as best you can.
Peter and Tracey "
"My grandchildren won't worry where their Christmas meal comes from, unlike many children that Cecily's Fund supports. I couldn't make the Zoom Quiz night, so I'll donate to the Christmas Appeal 2020."
This donation is in memory of my mum, Imogen Smallwood. She was a supporter of Cecilys Fund for many years and really valued the work you do in Zambia.
Happy Christmas and best wishes
Sophie Smalllwood donated
£50.00 + £12.50 Gift Aid
"I so admire all that you do, and wish you all the best for the coming year in your work in Zambia."
Ann Barnes donated
£20.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
"A 2.6 hour dawn chorus walk from 4am. Such a special time of day, remembering Cecily and thinking of all the fantastic work Cecily's Fund is doing all these years later. xx"
£262.00 + £65.50 Gift Aid
"Best wishes Zambia from Scotland"
£15.00 + £3.75 Gift Aid
Nick Mitchell has raised $7,200.03 so far
I'm I am raising money for Nick Mitchell because together we can help kids in Zambia out of poverty
Niall Smith has raised $2,779.06 so far
I'm We are running the London 10k for Niall Smith because they do great work for children in Zambia
Peter W. Hills has raised $1,377.91 so far
I'm A 2,000km tour of Zimbabwe & Zambia in 1929 Morris for Peter W. Hills because I lived in Zambia, I wish to help the youth there
Mary Fletcher has raised $304.18 so far
I'm To support ypung people in Zambia where I was born for Mary Fletcher because Education is the way to get out of poverty