Welcome to Hand in Hand

Covid-19 is affecting our project partners. Currently education and training institutions are closed and are not set to re-open until January 2021. The economic impact is having a drastic effect on families where even providing food for the day is hard. You can help with our current food appeal. As an example £4 will provide a family with all of their meals for the day. Please pray for wisdom for our project partners as they deal with the day to day realities. If you want to help you can give through our food appeal.

There's a problem...

There's a problem...

Young people born into difficult circumstances are being left destitute because they didn’t get the guidance and the tools they needed to have a different say about their future.

"Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me." Matthew 25:40

However...

People like you are joining hands so they can go on a journey of:

Education

Supporting children with their educational needs from pre-primary to university

Explore Education

Training

Giving the opportunity to learn skills which will lead to good employment prospects

Explore Training

Empowerment

Equipping our partners, students and families with methods that lead to self-sustainability.

Explore Empowerment

And through this journey, you are impacting at least

2
4
7
6

young lives right this minute

Long-term local partnerships + long-term solutions = long-term impact for young people

Long-term local partnerships + long-term solutions = long-term impact for young people

Our youngest partnership to date is 12 years old

So what can you do right now?

£4

£4

Food Appeal £4 = 1 family's food for 1 day

£5

£5

Providing valuable textbooks for a primary or secondary school student

£10

£10

Support for 1 student at the mentorship holiday forums

£15

£15

Supporting 1 child’s food costs for 1 month at one of our projects

£40

£40

1 full secondary school uniform

£50

£50

1 place at the annual 4 day Mentorship Conference

£120

£120

Covers starting costs for 1 student going into training (mattress, tools for course etc.)

£420

£420

Average living costs per year for food and accommodation per student in training

£5

£5

Supporting 1 student through our yearly mentorship programme

£10

£10

Materials and transport costs covered for 1 year for 1 student in training

£20

£20

3 people paying this each month supports a primary school teacher’s salary on a month to month basis

£35

£35

1 training student’s food and accommodation costs covered for 1 year

£50

£50

Secondary school fees for one month

£55

£55

Covers the training fees for 1 student for 1 year in training

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