A huge welcome from Africa’s Gift. 

We hope you find our website informative and that you enjoy browsing; and we would love you to join us in making a difference. 

Africa’s Gift supports largely rural communities in southern Africa (principally Lesotho, South Africa, Zambia, and Malawi) and Uganda, working closely with community members to effect change through the development of practical solutions to clearly identified needs. 

We also reach out to UK community members who wish to become involved - at home or overseas. 

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Africa's Gift holds landmark Annual General Meeting 2016  

On 7 September we were thrilled to be able to hold our first AGM including the charity membership, to whom Trustees presented news of current developments and reported how the charity performed during financial year ending 31 May 2016.  

In this year's Annual Report our Patron His Royal Highness Prince Seeiso of Lesotho says: “I  am very proud to be patron of Africa's Gift - a charity that changes lives; that champions collaborative working & promotes education for sustainable development.  

Confident that its influence will continue to expand and develop, I encourage you to support this charity, as 100% of your donation will be used for maximum benefit in an African community.”

You can read the full Trustees' Annual Report here, and a summary of the AGM proceedings here.

Thinking about becoming a member?  

In addition to an invitation to the AGM, our members receive regular newsletters and advance notice of future planned visits.  To join, simply click here. It's  quick and efficient, and all we ask is a small regular donation (we suggest £5 per month, but of course, you can fix your own amount) to cover costs and support developments in the southern hemisphere.  

Just £5 a month will enable us to invest in much needed seed for the teaching farm or help us to keep it watered in times of drought; whilst £12.50 per month will send an orphan to school for a whole year.  To learn more about how your donations could help, please browse the website further.

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