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What do your donations do?

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A gift to Warwick in Africa changes lives for African learners and their communities, and for students at Warwick too.

You can donate securely and easily online today

Every penny plus Gift Aid goes to Warwick in Africa, and tax-efficient giving will increase the value of a gift by at least 25%. Higher rate tax payers can redeem the difference between standard rate and higher rates of taxation via the annual tax return.

£10

will teach one child for a whole month through Warwick in Africa

£150

could pay for a school resources grant to buy whatever will make a real difference in that school. It could be anything from a new chalkboard, sports equipment or a carpenter to fix wobbly desks.

£150

could teach 15 children for a whole month through Warwick in Africa

£220

could cover the costs of all the vital vaccinations for one Student Volunteer Teacher, ensuring they are safe and well during their time teaching in Africa.

£285

could pay all the costs for one day of a Master Class Volunteer to train African teachers.

£2,855

could pay all the costs to send a Master Class Volunteer Teacher to Africa for 2 weeks, during this time they will train up to 500 African teachers in vastly improved teaching methodology.

£3,500

could pay all the costs to send a Student Volunteer Teacher to Africa for 6 weeks, during this time they will teach maths or English to well over 100 individual learners.

£14,056

could pay the full costs for 6 talented African teachers to attend the Warwick Study Programme - a 2 week intensive training programme at the University of Warwick.

£17,127

could pay the full costs for our Master Class programme in Limpopo, South Africa

 

Learner

I would like to say thank you - and keep on doing
the good work.
We really appreciate what you are doing!"
Tshidsu
Learner, Soweto

Questions about donating?

Get in touch with the Development team at benefactors@warwick.ac.uk