Change Lives this Christmas

Posted by Martin Keat

The Christmas season is a great time to be enjoyed with family and friends. It’s also the season of giving, so this year why not take a different approach and make a difference to some of the most vulnerable children in South Africa?

Your gift will help us to establish locally-led support services and safe spaces for more than 2,000 children each day in South Africa. It will help them to access education, healthcare, family support, a daily meal and the advice they need. Together we can help South African children to have an education, be healthier, safer and become future leaders.

Our costs are low and our impact is big.
  • It costs £15 to support a child for one month, making sure that a support worker is on hand, they have a nutritious daily meal and they can be helped to access education, healthcare, etc.
  • It costs £50 to provide daily meals for 80 children for one month.
  • It costs £100 to help our partners to employ a Social Auxiliary Worker for a month, making sure that they are there to provide counselling, advice and support for children that need them. 
In return for your donation you will receive one of our gift cards. Prefer an eCard? Once you have paid your donation, then just send us an email letting us know to If you would like us to personalise this for a friend or family member then please include the relevant details in your email, so you can share the joy of giving children a better future in South Africa.

When making your gift please be sure to click on the tick by ‘I consent to receiving contact from Charities I am supporting via: Email’ so that we can get back to you and confirm your Gift Card.
Click here to make your donation and get your Gift Card. 

Thankyou for your support, together we can transform the lives of children in South Africa.

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A big part of our work here at the Bishop Simeon trust is committed to assuring that children and young adults in South Africa are able to challenge and conquer those obstacles in their lives that prevent them from accessing education and assuring that they can  make the most of the potential they possess to thrive and build a positive future.