The Charities below have established projects that are improving and changing lives of people in various African countries
Shukrani Home Foundation aims to improve the situation of vulnerable children in Kenya by taking care of their housing, food, education and healthcare in a way that meets their vulnerability. The foundation carries out all its activities within the framework of Christianity.
This Life Foundation founded by Mercy Akongo is supporting child-headed families in Northern Uganda. Mercy also support a children`s home in Kenya called The Good Samaritan Children Home which is located in Mathare slum in Nairobi. Through her projects, Mercy has helped provide formal and informal education to orphaned children or those from poor families
Gennarosity Abroad was founded by Sydney-based Genevieve Radnan after she completed a volunteer placement in Kenya in 2010. The Foundation that has been growing year after year has created ongoing employment and education opportunities for local people in Kenya especially women and children.
Aussie Books for Zim is an Australian registered charity that collects books and stationery from Australian communities, schools, families and individuals to set up school libraries in rural Zimbabwe. The organisation seeks to improve literacy in these communities, in order to empower children with knowledge and the confidence to contribute to shaping the world.
Bankstown District Cricket Club (BDCC) supports Ugandan Cricket Association with cricket gear since 2005. This good gesture started when one of the members of the BDCC saw Uganda Cricket national team players sharing equipment while participating in a high profile International Cricket Council (ICC) match in 2005. The side has been sending cricket gear to Uganda.
Horn of Africa Relief Development Agency is a non-government, non-sectarian and not for profit organisation which provides support and assistance to migrants from the Horn of Africa countries. The organisation is run entirely by volunteers. HARDA promotes and lobby for the needs of Horn of Africa communities with the Australian government and the Australian community in general.
AE supporters have brought peace, reconciliation and hope to African nations for 50 years and saved countless lives. Their unique evangelistic approach involves mobilising thousands of local volunteers and churches in African nations to bring the Good News of Jesus to city people in Sub-Saharan and North Africa.
Leonie is a Jamaican born with a big heart of gold towards the African community. She currently supports the Let African Children Learn Association (LACLA) in Zambia through which she raises money for young girls to help fund their education, develop technology and computer skills.