Quarter 2 & 3 2021
Many of you will be aware we invest 10% of all real sales in conjunction with incredible organisations who exist to reduce inequality and poverty, provide opportunities for work and for economic growth around the world.
We are thrilled to share with you some of the charities we have been able to give to due to your help! Every piece of work we do together helps champion these amazing causes, so thank you for helping make this happen.
Here’s a little overview of each organisation for you to have a look through.
Kids Club Kampala
Kids Club Kampala supports over 4000 vulnerable children in Uganda through feeding, skilling, protecting and educating them. Their vision is to see children’s lives transformed, communities empowered and poverty reduced throughout Kampala’s slums.
Open Doors UK
Open Doors supports Christians in high-risk countries through providing emergency relief and distributing resources, training leaders, speaking out in advocacy, protecting children and upholding victims of disaster.
Urban Devotion Birmingham is a charity that seeks to remove the obstacles that can prevent the potential of an individual from being realised, through fostering relationships with children, youth and families in Erdington. They provide mentoring, therapeutic support, school’s work, Kids and youth after-school groups, drop-in sessions and more.
Asia Link’s Afghanistan Crisis response was aimed at working with those who had fled Afghanistan, supporting those arriving in the UK with nothing.
The Kujuwa Initiative trains communities in sexual reproductive health and rights and menstrual hygiene management in Kenya. Through producing reusable sanitary products from their SOKO factory, where women are trained and employed, women and girls are enabled to manage their periods safely, respect their bodies, fight for inequalities and aspire to bright futures.
The vision of Mercy Ships is to see some of the poorest countries in the world access essential, free healthcare and medical support to people who desperately need it. This is primarily through offering medical care and life-saving surgery to local people, educating local healthcare workers and increasing the quality of medical infrastructure.
Mercy UK provides a six month programme for women with life controlling issues at no cost, allowing them to be supported, educated and equipped to make good changes in their lives. The Charity’s christian values mean that women who live in a Mercy house receive biblical teaching and support from their local church too.
The Snowdrop Project, based in South Yorkshire, aims to provide long-term support to survivors of human-trafficking, through befriending and casework, counselling, activities such as sewing and dance lessons, house renovation.