A £4 a month donation from you will give a poor child the chance of a future.
Isatou is 5 years old and her father is engaged in casual labour like many in the viSoma and so daily life for the family is a constant struggle.DONATE NOW
Nyimastou, age 6, comes from a poor family of seven. She has two brothers and three sisters. Her father is unemployed and does odd jobs to help the family survive.DONATE NOW
Kadijatou, aged 7, has two brothers and comes from a family whose parents are unemployed. His father does odd jobs to provide for the family.DONATE NOW
Hawa who has five siblings comes from an extremely poor background. The father provides for the entire family and depends on sales from his canteen in Soma market. They live in mud brick house.DONATE NOW
5 year old Mariama stays with the grandmother in Soma who owns a stall in Soma markets, selling condiments to feed Mariama’s siblings, a older and younger brother. They live close to the Colombiere School.DONATE NOW
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Knowing that my pennies are being put to good use is important to me which is just one of the reasons why I choose to make a monthly donation to HAPC. I feel confident that the money has a positive, tangible impact and will foster growth and opportunities for those most in need.
We have been associated with HAPC since its early conception in the mid 1980’s and over the last 35 years I have seen the charity grow from a small acorn into a great Oak due to its aims of helping the needy children in Africa and Asia. This great work has been achieved due to the selfless hard work, integrity and transparency in all that they strive to achieve. We have been very happy to make a financial pledge because we know exactly how the money is spent and what a difference it makes to the poor children.
As part of my retirement gift, for almost 10 years I have been sponsoring two children as I truly believe in the good work of the charity. For a voluntary organisation, it is astounding to see the great success of HAPC over the past 35 years; from distributing wheelchairs to building schools. It’s inspirational to see how my contribution has changed the lives of the children I have been sponsoring.