At World Villages for Children, we know that education is key to ending poverty and achieving sustainable, positive change. We support education programmes for some of the most deprived boys and girls across the world. We provide them with a safe, secure and loving environment, where both their physical and emotional needs are met.
Each child that we help, in turn supports their families and communities, and with the help of our corporate partners we’re helping to shape the futures of their countries, by showing what is possible when you believe and invest in children.
Founded in 1998, we have over 23 years of expertise supporting education projects in some of the most challenging and deprived areas of the world.
We work with organisations and businesses of all sizes to build long-term sustainable partnerships, and together we help children survive, thrive and fulfil their potential. We tailor each partnership and will work with you to create a successful mutually beneficial partnership focused on the objectives of everyone involved.
We will actively show our thanks, promoting our partnerships through our social media channels and on our website, as well as seeking national and industry press to showcase your support.
Whether you’re looking for a charity of the year, a long term relationship or a strategic product partnership, make us your charity of choice and work with us to support more children achieve their potential and break free from a life of poverty.
Contact our friendly and experienced team if you have any questions or would like to partner with us – please call 0207 629 3050 or click the button below to email us.Get in touch
Below is a list of projects that your support can make a reality for our children
|Laboratory Sinks, Taps, Fume chambers & Apparatus (Nebrix)||£5,110||Dodoma Boystown|
|5 Tables & 3 Blackboards (laboratory)||£298||Dodoma Boystown|
|Textbooks and Dictionaries||£23,090||Dodoma Boystown|
|Bookshelves||£ 4,973||Kisarawe Girlstown|
|Text and Reference books (Form 5)||£29,820||Kisarawe Girlstown|