Receiving sponsorship through People against Poverty make a world of difference to the life a young person; in fact it gives them a future and a hope that they could not have imagined before they became part of our projects. As you will see from these stories, lives are being restored. Continue reading
The children from the area of Reghin are currently having a great time at their annual Bible camp. They get to learn all sorts of interesting things with the help and support of our project leader Attila and his team. Continue reading
In 2014 we began the “Micro-farm Initiative” which had the key focus of supporting a poor rural community to develop a self-sustaining farm. Continue reading
HMRC now require us to use full donor names in Gift Aid claims.
HMRC recently changed their practice in relation to how we should complete our Gift Aid claims. For some charities that use software to generate the claims, this means updating the information in our database to ensure we comply. Continue reading
Working with over 3,500 gypsy families, Project leader Atilla Toth and his wife Adele work tirelessly. It becomes a heartache for them when there are children who have been deserted for whatever reason by their families and who have no-where to live. Continue reading
Give us Five and we can achieve 5 outcomes. When we can be certain of an income stream that just flows in, we can ensure that our projects are fully funded and we can maximise our effectiveness.
Sponsoring a family through our Family partnership project is life changing. This is a story of hope and transormation; the family in this story is just one of the many poor families we have met and worked with over the years, this family really engaged with the family partnership programme and have been able to reintegrate into the community and seek a normal life. Continue reading
Since the reports of embezzlement, low economic growth, a halt in tourism, dropping currency, and most currently the inflation of goods and gas prices Haiti’s largest opposition groups have come to the streets to protest and ask current president, Jovenel Moise, to step down. The protests started in July, continued in October, November, and February, and then again, this morning. Continue reading
The sun shone as a team of 10 and their supporters drove in the beautiful countryside of Wells towards Wookey Hole – There to greet the team was the man that was going to teach them all to abseil down Split Rock! Continue reading
Kara Maylor is the wife of our co-chair Harvey Maylor and who set herself many years ago the challenge that when she reached 50 she would do an Ironman. She wanted to raise money for our charity and set herself the target of £3,000. Her fundraising went beyond and we know why.
Here is Kara’s account of her Iron Distance Event. Continue reading