Charities I Support

Caroline Marsh is one of Britain’s female property investors. She was featured BBC prime time TV Channel 4 as ‘The Secret Millionaire’. Caroline continues to make a name for herself in the media as a Personal Financial Educator, Property Investor, Entrepreneur and Inspirational Speaker. Currently Director Kingdom Property Lettings, EGD Developments Zambia, Elomax Ventures and co founder Personal Success Planning (PSP). PSP was awarded “Exceptional Financial Education Program”  2017 & 2018 Governor’s Award Bank of Zambia

Cherish Uganda

Cherish Uganda is a faith based NGO governed by a board of directors including both Ugandan and international members. Our leading team and management are made up of both National and International staff, united by purpose, passion, calling and faith. Cherish Uganda is affiliated to Christian Growth International, a network of churches from which the vision and inspiration for Cherish Uganda was birthed. The board of directors have delegated the day to day running of Cherish Uganda to a Country Director, Rachel Parsons.

We are based in Bulega, Garuga Road, off the Entebbe road, Wakiso District, Uganda. Cherish Uganda is based in Wakiso District, Uganda. The work of Cherish Uganda begins with Akaloosa Village, where the HOPE Principles (Healthcare, Love, Prosperity & Education) are being modelled in one place to demonstrate that if children living with HIV/AIDS are cherished, they can embrace futures of promise…

Jedidiah Learning Steps Zambia

Jedidiah learning steps is a non – profit making school that is located in the out skates of Zambia’s capital city Lusaka. It was founded in 2008 by Sifelani Mary Mwale Mwanza who saw a need for educating children whose parents could not afford to send them to school. She opened up the doors and started to educate the children at no fee at all.  The school started with only 25 learners on its first day and grew to 168 pupils by 2010 it later closed down 2010 due to infrastructure setbacks, the School later reopened in 2014 and has since grown to 220 learners in 2015.

Word Vision

World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. Motivated by our faith in Jesus Christ, World Vision serves alongside the poor and oppressed as a demonstration of God’s unconditional love for all people.

World Vision serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. Financial support is received from; the UK Government, the European Union, charitable trusts, corporate supporters and also more than 100,000 individuals, who sponsor children in poor communities overseas. World Vision works to change the root causes of poverty through campaigning, church partnerships, education and influencing policy makers…