Thank you so much to our amazing corporate partners for providing such vital support to our work with vulnerable children across Africa!
|The Think Money Group is an innovative financial services company based in Manchester. They are long-time supporters of our work, especially in Rwanda where they support one of only seven Deaf Schools in the country.|
|Rockahula Kids is a boutique accessories brand for kids who donate 5% of their profits to children’s charities. We have been lucky enough to be chosen as one of those charities and they have supported our work since 2017.|
|Pro bono support from the Huddersfield Law Society has been instrumental in setting up a legal advice hub for young vulnerable people in Patongo, Uganda. John Royle, from Ridley and Hall Solicitors, got the project off the ground with support from colleagues at the Huddersfield Law Society, and funding from the Law Society charity.|
|Cameron James Legal partners with Chance for Childhood to offer a range of Estate Planning Services to our supporters. Cameron James Legal also donates a percentage of its fees to Chance for Childhood. Read more about giving in your will.|
|Frugi is an organic children’s clothing company that donates 1% of its turnover to charity. In 2018 they chose Chance for Childhood as their Children’s Charity, and through their Little Clothes BIG Change appeal, they support our Kinbu nursery located in the slums in Accra, Ghana.
Check out their blog to learn more about the ongoing support they are giving us!
Helene Weston, Frugi Marketing Coordinator, explained: “We are very excited to be working with Chance for Childhood this year as part of our Little clothes BIG change charity initiative. The Frugi charity committee shortlisted applications from over 200 charities and then asked everyone at Frugi to vote for the charity they felt our donations could make the biggest difference to…Chance for Childhood was the clear winner!”
And here is what the year has brought so far!
If you would like to join these wonderful companies in supporting, please Beatrice Cami or call on 01483 230 250.