Help Street Child improve the lives of Ebola-Affected children
Douda and his younger brother Richard had their lives and family torn apart by Ebola - watch our film to learn more about their harrowing story.
Even as Ebola wanes - and the humanitarian issues it has created tragically fade from public view - Street Child is committed to supporting Bintu, Douda and thousands of children just like them: orphaned or dangerously affected by the Ebola virus. But we need your help.
Support our Legacy of Ebola Appeal and help us progress thousands of Ebola-affected children's journey towards a more positive way of life. A monthly direct debit contribution of as little as £20 will be enough to help one Ebola orphan or Ebola-affected child complete their journey from destitution to a secure, sustainable life at home and in school.
For those already on the margins of society before Ebola began, the effects of the virus are still very real and, without urgent and immediate support, this ongoing humanitarian crisis will increase. The goal of our Legacy of Ebola Appeal is to raise £1million to help ensure that a minimum of 20,000 Ebola-affected children in Sierra Leone and Liberia can complete their journey from destitution towards a sustainable future.
It costs up to £250 for Street Child to help a child through that journey. Help us ensure a better way of life for Ebola-affected children.
Want to make a one-off donation?
If you prefer to send a cheque please post it with your name and address on the reverse to:
Street Child, First Floor, 42-44 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AH
Give us something each month?
Regular giving is the best way to ensure that your support will have a lasting positive impact upon the children that we work with.
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THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Your gift can have a huge impact on our projects in West Africa:
+ As little as £30 would be enough to send a child to school for a year
+ £50 would be enough to provide a family with a small business grant, helping them to keep their child in school
+ £200 could pay a rural teacher's salary for a year
+ £1,500 is enough to set up a seed bank, the profits of which could be used to run a rural school
+ And for just £2,500 Street Child could help a rural community gain a first-ever school