ChallengeAid promotes health and fitness throughout the UK by motivating schools, universities, corporate groups and individuals to undertake physical Challenges.
Through the money raised by sponsorship ChallengeAid focuses on “Schools of Hope” in some of Africa’s most impoverished slums.
Our aim is to create “Schools of Hope” for aspirational young slum dwellers in East Africa who often cannot attend school during the day due to family or work demands. These centres offer a complementary and alternative form of schooling, as well as a unique long term sustainable solution to the provision of education.
We believe that we are one of the very few charities able to respond to some of Africa’s ongoing issues without creating a culture of dependency or bringing knee-jerk reactions to the latest crises.
Through our work we enable some of the poorest people in Africa to escape a lifetime of poverty, and at the same time develop an infrastructure to help support the Continent to reach its full potential.
ChallengeAid also funds St. Prisca with an education, feeding and medical programme for 60 orphans and children made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS.
ChallengeAid aims to:
- The aim of ChallengeAid is to take children out of poverty through education in some of the slums of Nairobi and. This unique concept is both an alternative and complementary type of education.
Established: October 2005
Registered Charity Number: 1109055
Board members: 6
Full time staff: 2
Part time staff: 2
Phone number: 01550 - 721122
Address: 1 Kings Road Llandovery Carmarthenshire SA20 0AWView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website