Campaigns – Back 2 School – Single
It’s that time of year again! Students and pupils across the UK are preparing for their new academic year. There is a general excitement in the air as everyone looks forward to buying new stationery and supplies.
This year, just like last, we’re campaigning to help those children in the developing world who cannot afford to buy new school supplies. These are needy children who have nobody to buy them new school kits. Essential supplies that will support these children as they learn new knowledge and skills at school.
This year, when you’re buying school supplies for yourself, your son or daughter, consider buying one for the children who don’t have someone to support them. Make a child’s life easier by providing them with a uniform, textbooks and stationery, so there are no obstacles for them coming to school and succeeding with their education.
A backpack can change a life
A backpack full of stationery, textbooks and school uniform can have an incredible impact on an orphan child’s life. This can be the difference between them walking to school with new shoes or barefoot.
Education is the single most powerful tool in lifting people out of poverty. By helping a child to attend school you are helping to change their life forever.
Watch a short video showing the kinds of supplies we need to provide.
How You Can Help
Please donate any of the following to boost a child's learning
Can provide a school uniform, textbooks, stationery and backpack
Can provide a shirt, sweater, pair of trousers and shoes
Can provide a backpack full of school stationery supplies
Can provide textbooks including Maths, English & Science
Hope in a backpack
4 ways a backpack can help in the fight against poverty
When children have the tools necessary to get to school, as well as what they need to engage within the classroom, then the odds are in their favour that they will successfully complete a school year.
Even one extra year of schooling can increase a child’s earning potential by 10%, which can tremendously impact that child, their family, and their community.