Spring is in the air and we're in the mood for growing things! In 2015 we keep on going to grow futures!
Our mission is to empower the poorest and most vulnerable people in Zambia to be able to overcome poverty and the effects of HIV and AIDS. We believe that young people are Zambia's "window of hope" and we are committed to doing all we can to see them and their communities prosper!
Growing Futures 2015
Our project this year is called Growing Futures!
Growing Futures will build on the good relationships we have already established with our communities through our Schools of Good Hope Project.
Since 2010 our focus has been on improving the future prospects of children in seven of Zambia's poorest rural communities
Growing Futures will involve running a series of educational camps for orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs) and working with the adults in each community to help them take practical steps to care for their own OVCs, long term.
We're especially excited about our Growing Futures Project because we have designed it with our communities to address the specific needs they say they say have!
Growing Futures will focus on
• Children's Rights
• Education about HIV/AIDS and sexual reproductive health
• Income generation
• Enabling OVCs to have fun and a break from the daily hardships they face!
How You Can Help
We've made a start, but we still need to raise more money to run the whole project! Here's how you can help:
We haven't yet reached our target of £20,000, but there's still time! All donations are welcome to help us run more camps in 2015! JustText or follow the link to donate online!
Be the Best You can Be!
This is the title of the live inspirational talk by PEPAIDS CEO Helen Allen that she'll deliver to a school, office or community group near you! Full of pictures and amazing stories from her life, hear what she's learnt on her journey so far and a few insights from the world of celebrity!
Go on one of our camps in Zambia for Orphans and Vulnerable children and play a practical part in changing their tomorrow! Camps will run for one week every month from March–September 2015.