Christmas Shopping

Please remember to use easyfundraising every time you shop online this Christmas. Over 4,000 shops and sites will donate to us, including all the big names like eBay, John Lewis & Partners, Argos, ASOS, M&S and many more! This means you can raise FREE donations for us when you buy your Christmas gifts. If you

Cyber Weekend

Please don’t forget to raise FREE donations for Help A Child Africa when you shop the sales this Cyber Weekend! 4,000 shops and sites will donate, so you can raise when you buy tech and gadgets, clothes and accessories, toys, gifts, or anything else. Just visit easyfundraising to find your favourite retailer

Christmas Bazaar

We had a lovely time at the Christmas Bazaar at Our Lady of Grace church in Booker last Saturday and raised about £40 for the charity as well. Another Saturday, another Christmas Bazaar! This Saturday we will be at St.Augustines High Wycombe for their bazaar from 10am-2pm. Do come and say hi if you are

Christmas shopping

Did you know that whenever you buy anything online this Christmas – from the perfect gift and novelty socks to your turkey and pantomime tickets – you could be raising a free donation for Help a Child Africa? There are nearly 3,000 retailers on board ready to make a donation, including Amazon, John Lewis, Aviva,

Visit to the Milan EXPO 2015

One of the trustees went to Milan Expo 2015. The Expo talks about the problems of nutrition and the resources of our planet. There were many lavish pavilions built by the richer countries but the poorer ones were there too! Liberia was to be found in a cluster called arid zones with other countries. Desert

Summer term fees paid

We have just sent the money to finance this term’s education for 100 children in St. Patrick’s, Grand Cess and 2 children with additional needs in Monrovia. Another successful school year for our charity. Thank you to everyone whose support makes this possible.

Time to reflect

As children in the UK return to school after the summer holidays it seems like a good time to reflect on why we are supporting children in Liberia to go to school. The little girl pictured below is an orphan, her parents died in the Liberian civil war. After their death she went to live her grandmother,