Disability should never be a barrier to education
On 29th December 2019 we broadcast our charity appeal on BBC Radio 4. You can listen now on the BBC website.
In low income countries, around 40% of children with disabilities are out of school. Our appeal, written and read by Communications Consultant and former BBC Correspondent Mark Doyle, highlights the importance of ensuring that every child has access to education to get the best start in life.
Mark visited our inclusive education project in Rwanda earlier this year to see first-hand the impact your support is already having.
Mark tells us why he wanted to do the appeal
How can I donate?
You can donate to this appeal when the appeal is live, between the 29th December 2019 and 5th January 2020.
Online: You can now donate online through the BBC website when the appeal is live. Click here to listen and support the appeal.
By phone: You can donate by phone. Call 0800 404 8144 to reach the BBC’s dedicated appeal line and confirm that you would like to make a donation to ‘Chance for Childhood’.
By Cheque: You can donate by cheque. Please send it to ‘Freepost BBC Radio 4 Appeal’ (that is the whole address) and remember to mark the back of your envelope ‘Chance for Childhood’.
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