Weʼve raised £10 to The Malawi Prioject
- Funded on Friday, 24th August 2018
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This amazing charity has been set up to support, children, families and communities in Malawi, helping to lift people out of poverty through self sustaining programmes.
Some of our work entails, teaching how to plant, harvest and store plants on the 37 acre farm. The food produced on our farm feeds the 34 children in the orphanage which we support through providing clean water, solar panels and painting the building inside and out.
We also bought an ambulance that provides a community service to locals in rural areas as well as the children in the orphanage.
We also provide funding for interest free loans to persons to help set up businesses. This to date has included pig farming and baking bread, as well as setting up a shop.
To date we have funded 300 loans, only 1 person has failed to repay. All money is then put back into the system to fund further initiatives.
We also use some of our money raised, to support children with attendance at school. This includes school activities, fees, bags and shoes.
This year we plan to take the children from the orphanage on a short holiday. This will allow them to experience a number of things for the first time in their lives.
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This Autumn, I have been given the incredible opportunity to visit and volunteer in Malawi - one of the poorest countries in the world. I am so excited to get out and help make a difference, but first I need your help! Every donation counts no matter how small! Thanks to all!!