Helping raise vital funds really will make a difference to the lives of women and children across Africa and every little helps. 

Check out our resource page to help with your fundraising.

Organise your own fundraising event!

Whether it's a dress down day, coffee morning, bake sale, sponsored walk or something completely different we can help you, your school, club, group, business or church promote the event in a number of ways. 

We can help set up just giving pages, provide personalized downloadable posters and sponsorship forms and advise the best ways to promote your event to ensure it is a huge success.

Let’s put the FUN back into FUNdraising.

Just Giving A-Z of Fundraising Ideas

There are a number of ways you can support us

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Pledge your support!

If you're taking part in an organised event you can pledge your sponsorship money to us through JustGiving.

How your money helps!

$2 can feed a woman in our care for a full day. We feed our patients 3 healthy and wholesome meals a day, designed to help them build their strength and provide them with the right nutrients

$25 can pay for a new outfit for one of our former patients for their celebratory leaving ceremony

$100 can pay for a fistula patient’s education during their stay at our facilities. Many of these women and girls have no literacy or numeracy skills so this invaluable training can empower and change lives, and help our patients to create their own future

$100 can also pay towards a safe delivery for mother and baby

$260 can purchase an income generating solar station. This alone can help to empower our patients and provide them with an income to support themselves and their families upon their return to their communities

$1,300 can pay for life changing fistula care. Many of our patients stay with us for extended periods of time (up to 8 or 9 months in some cases) and this amount pays for their surgery, as well as their rehabilitation, and helps us to reintegrate them back into their communities