Supporting and empowering people
affected by poverty and HIV/AIDS in South Africa

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Raising money for charity couldn’t be easier. Whether you like to do it on your own, with friends, at work or through doing something crazy – we need you to get involved and realise that when we are united, we can all be a part of making that difference. Don't forget to follow us on  Twitter logo

Regular Giving

Having a reliable monthly income allows the Trust to plan for future projects and make sure that we can respond when the funds are most needed. The Safe Parks that we support need consistent funding to help them move towards independence and sustainability. Monthly donations make a huge contribution to this vital work. One Child Care Advocate in the community costs just £80 each month and can support over 100 children each year. If you'd like to join us on our mission to support children in South Africa to achieve their potential by donating monthly you can do by contacing us and we will send you the relevant information, or if you prefer you can do so via our online portalPlease be assured we treat the personal details of our supporters with the utmost confidentiality and respect. We don't pass these on to third parties and we welcome feedback from you on how much or little information you want from us as we work to be accountable to you for the support you give. 

Fundraising

Fundraising



When you realise the difference you can make – you will stand up and be the change.

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Charity Events

Charity Events

Rise to the challenge and get involved in a charity adventure challenge or event. Join in

Schools

Step into their shooes

Join the campaign and see the difference your school can make.

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Churches

Churches

Download the churches tool kit to enable you to start spreading the word.

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How you can help?

If you would like to support BSTrust there are a number of ways to do so:

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