Our Charity Work

Our Charity Work

We work with a number of charities, helping children across the globe access vital educational resources. Our primary focus is to enable children to access the educational system and we do this by donating 1,000s of educational books and raising vital funds for our charity partners.

Through the provision of books and educational resources we enable students to acquire knowledge, helping them achieve their full potential.

Please see below some of our charity partners…

The Rainbow Centre

The Rainbow Centre is a UK Registered Charity, founded in 2005, that provides daily education, food, welfare, medical treatment and loving support to children living in extreme poverty in south western Sri Lanka. Its key aim is to enable children to obtain an education.

The Rainbow Centre is helping children to break free from a cycle of poverty that would otherwise trap them in a world of crime, begging, addiction and abuse. This is life-changing work.

Since opening in 2005, the Rainbow Centre has enabled more than 500 children to go to school and has continued to support them with their studies. It is thanks to the generosity and compassion of its donors that the Rainbow Centre is able to continue this invaluable work.

For more information on The Rainbow Centre please follow this link www.rainbowcentresrilanka.com

Doorstep Library

Doorstep Library is a community-focused charity dedicated to bringing the gift of books and the joy of reading directly into the homes of children across London who need our support.  With one in four 11 year olds leaving primary school unable to read or write properly, we recruit and train home and online-reading volunteers to go into some of the most under-resourced areas of London to help introduce young children (aged 0-11 years) to the pleasure and benefits of reading.

We use books to fuel children’s natural love of stories, fire their imaginations, and encourage their appreciation of reading.  Our ultimate goal is to help them develop the self-confidence and essential skills they need to access all the opportunities that will come their way in life.

For us, the ‘happy ever after’ is when we know the power of literacy and the joy of reading are helping a child change their own story for good.

For more information on Doorstep Library, please follow this link www.doorsteplibrary.org.uk


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