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The Big Give Christmas Challenge 2022

This year we are delighted to be championed by The Coles-Medlock Foundation

“The Coles-Medlock Foundation is a grant making organisation focused on alleviating poverty and hardship by supporting charitable projects across the developing world. Working with UK registered charities and their international partners, we focus on funding sustainable development in education, food provision, infrastructure, healthcare and independent financial progress”. 

Learn more about The Coles-Medlock Foundation below:

The Coles-Medlock Foundation

The Big Christmas Challenge 2022

Over the next couple of weeks I will be posting more on our 2022 campaign, the huge difference your very kind support in last year’s Big Give made to our programmes and how we are working with women and girls in Sudan and South Sudan so they can further their education, become self-sufficient and enrich their communities.

Please feel free to download any posters in this blog for anyone you think might be interested in our work. Just press or click on the poster to save it to your camera roll or other files.

If you would like to know more about our women’s literacy programme, our university scholarships for women, and our orphans’ elementary schooling programme, take a look at the links below:

Opening Doors

Our University Scholarships

Scenes from Our Orphans’ Schooling Programme

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