We believe that no child should be too hungry to learn, play and grow. With your help, we provide food, education and healthcare to some of Africa's most vulnerable children. 

Julius the gardener is watering the We Are the Future school garden in ABerdeen, Freetown, Sierra Leone

Education

We work to help the poorest communities in Africa send their children to school.

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Health

We work to improve access to healthcare, including maternal and mental health.

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Nutrition

We fight malnutrition through improved food production and access to clean water.

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829k

Is the number of people we've helped gain better access to healthcare, education and nutrition.

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2M

2 million is the number of meals we have distributed to malnourished children in 10 different countries in Africa.

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Fundraise for us

Run, cycle, or host an event; there are many ways you can make a real difference.

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Volunteer with us

Whether in the UK or in Africa, you can change lives forever, starting with your own.

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News

  • Introducing our new Trustees

    Towards the end of 2020 we welcomed four new members to our trustee board. Each one of them bringing expertise in different areas relevant to our work. Here's a bit more about them... Read more

  • Our tree of hope - filled with 502 stockings

    It hasn't been an easy year for small charities trying to raise vital funds for those less fortunate than us. But our Tree of Hope provides a little sparkle of much needed hope for children in Africa. Thank you for sending in your stocking gifts and Merry Christmas from all at BWAUK! Read more

  • Meet Our New CEO

    We are thrilled to welcome and introduce you to our new CEO Ruby Glasspool. Ruby introduces herself, talks about her background working in the television industry and her extensive experience working for charities. She talks about how she will use her skills in management, coordination and leadership to support BWAs projects, her hopes and dreams for the organisation as well as the challenges we will have to face. Read more

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