Keep a Child Warm
We arrange collections of coats and other warm essentials from around the UK (and Slovakia). We have Ambassadors in schools, businesses, community groups, churches who have connected with the idea and who are mobilising people to bring in their second hand winter coats and warm items. These collections are easy, and the more we collect the more we can sort and ship to our KACW projects in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Any financial donations we receive for Keep a Child Warm helps us to ensure these items are delivered and distributed to the children we are helping, personally handed out wherever possible.
Hebron Home takes care of 30 orphans living in a small home in Lubumbashi, and a further 137 orphans living in the community.
Through our Keep a Child Warm initiative we are providing warm winter clothing to orphans and vulnerable children.
Supporting the orphans of Internally Displaced People (IDPs) in Iraq.
Through the Keep a Child Warm initiative we are delivering aid and support to the Syrian and Iraqi Refugees living in Jordan.
Responding to the devastation caused by the 2015 earthquakes.
Through our partners we are caring for orphan survivors of Ebola, supporting the care structure around them.
This project's main activity is giving gifts to children in and known to the care system at Christmas and Easter, however the project is expanding to reach other needs in Nottingham and the Midlands.
Helping support an orphanage in Hanoi.