Help change a child’s life with a regular gift today

The choices you make can ensure that children in Tanzania do have options and opportunities – you can choose to give them a future they deserve by committing to a regular, monthly donation. Our regular donors are the lifeblood of our charity – knowing what money we have coming in helps us plan the projects we need and work more efficiently to reach as many vulnerable children as possible.

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Help us be the first response for children in danger

Help us be the first response for children in danger

Your regular donations will keep our outreach team on the frontline, searching the streets for children at risk. They get to children first, before they are lost to life of violence and abuse, and offer:

  • Rescue
  • Food and water
  • Clothes
  • Medical help
  • Shelter

Reaching Shukrani first

Giving Shukrani choices, chances and a future

Shukrani lost her father when she was just five leaving her mother struggling to provide for the family. Desperate and hungry she took to the streets at 14. She had no choice but to earn money through prostitution. At 15 she found herself pregnant and was forced to marry an older, abusive man. He often made her and her baby sleep outside with no food and no covers.

Eventually Shukrani escaped from him, deciding instead to take her chances back on the streets. But this was even worse and one night she was beaten so badly she ended up in hospital for three days. Luckily, that’s when we met her.

Our teams enrolled Shukrani with our youth association, helped her access training and counselling, and gave her a grant to set up her own small business. Now she supports herself and her children, pays her own rent and has saved enough to buy some land to build a house. Now Shukrani has choices and a safe future for her family.

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However you choose to support us, your money will be spent where it is needed most by our projects in East Africa, India and the UK.