Seeway Trust is dedicated to rescuing orphaned and abandoned children living in impoverished areas of the world, by providing food, a home as part of a caring family, a good education and a future.
Seeway Trust has operated since 1999 and is a Christian Charity dedicated to rescuing orphaned and abandoned children who live in impoverished areas of the world.
The principal aim is to provide these children with food, a home as part of a caring family, a good education and a future in line with the Trust’s objectives which include:
• the relief of persons who are in need, hardship or distress and
• the advancement of education.
This is being achieved by developing strong links with long-term missionaries to identify areas of need, establish orphanages, build and equip medical and education facilities for the public benefit.
Where appropriate, non government organisations (NGO’s) are set up with a voluntary board of directors made up of key local members of the community who work with the missionary to oversee the day to day operations, ensure the funds are used for their designated purpose and report back to Seeway Trust.
The service offered is available to orphaned or abandoned children regardless of race, gender, disability or religion. Projects are developed with regard to the Charity Commission’s guidance on public benefit and the trustees always ensure that all work undertaken is in line with the Trust’s charitable objects and aims.
Seeway Trust currently partners with projects in Tanzania (Seeway Tanzania - SWTz); Zimbabwe; Ghana; and Ukraine.
Seeway Trust aims to:
- The relief of persons who are in need, hardship or distress, by providing food, clothing, medical help, and where necessary a home as part of a caring family.
- The advancement of education by providing opportunities to attend school, and study resources.
Established: February 1999
Registered Charity Number: 1074868
Board members: 4
Phone number: +441769 580489
Address: Ford House Eggesford Devon EX18 7JYView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website