Trust for Africa's Orphans

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TAO's work brings smiles to orphans and vulnerable children.

TAO’s work brings smiles to orphans and vulnerable children.

We are extremely grateful to all our donors. All funding – large and small – makes a real difference to the lives of orphans and their families.

Our major donors provide the majority of our funding, meaning our marketing and fundraising costs are very low, ensuring that almost all our funding is spent on our projects in Uganda.

Smaller donations also make a big difference, as our projects can be enlarged in many ways – for example, by providing more inputs, like bee hives or goats. Some ideas of what your donation can achieve are shown below.

Donations to us can be made through the charitable and highly secure Virgin Money Giving. See other ways to donate now.

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You could also fundraise for us – there are lots of fun ways to #doit4orphans. Businesses can help directly or by encouraging employee giving.

Please contact us directly if you would like to discuss funding a significant addition to a TAO project.

 

Hoe

£10  –  3 hand hoes or spades

These provide basic equipment for sustainable farming

Tending bee-hives

£15  –  1 Beehive

Five to ten beehives will enable a poor family to start a business in beekeeping for life

Wheelbarrow

£30  –  1 Wheelbarrow

Wheelbarrows are invaluable for crop and animal farming and for construction and other purposes.

Seedlings

£50-100  –  Seeds and seedlings

This funds sufficient for a family to grow sustainable crops

Goats

£80  –  3 female goats

Three goats enable a family to start a goat farming business

Woodlot seedlings

£100  –  Seedlings for a woodlot

To establish a small Woodlot for agro-forestry and environmental purposes

Goat pen

£130  –  A goat pen

This funds all the materials to build a goat pen, including metal roofing sheets for rainwater collection

Male goat

£170  – 1 male goat

Access to an improved breed of male goat strengthens the whole communities’ goat flocks

Ruth, ext worker

£3,500  –  1 year salary for an Extension Worker

The local Extension Workers teach the participating households all the skills they need to continue sustainable farming, sell produce commercial, and improve the family’s health and hygiene.