The foundation supports a range of projects in Africa in support of the Trust object to advance education for the public benefit, in particular but not exclusively, of socially and/or economically disadvantaged children in Africa.

As well as providing sponsorship for individual students, the Trustees are committed to supporting the development of school infrastructure and facilities.

Recent grants have included a grant of £750 to St Michael School to assist Global Outreach with the setting up of a computer laboratory to the school. A grant of £2000 has also been provided for electrical connections to classrooms and dormitories.

Some of the projects we support can be seen below.


We have been supporting RAPCD (Rwenzori Association of Parents of Children with Disabilities) in Uganda, and in October 2015 a team from the foundation visited the project. You can read their report here.


FISCH is a Christian project that works with street children in the town of Iringa, in the southern highlands of Tanzania, striving to give them a hope and a future. Find out more.

St Michael's School

St Michael’s school in Kilolo, Tanzania is an Anglican secondary school within the Diocese of Ruaha in Tanzania. We have been supporting the school for many years, find out more about the school here.

Kibera Slum School

Situated at the centre of the Kibera slums in Nairobi, Kenya, the school cares for and supports orphans, destitute, needy and vulnerable children by providing them with education, feeding and clothing. Find out more.