Rosie May Foundation

Rosie May Foundation

Charity information

Rosie May Foundation

DEVELOPMENT OF SUSTAINABLE PROJECTS FOR CHILDREN IN CRISIS, ESPECIALLY GIRLS, IN SRI LANKA AND NEPAL THROUGH LOCAL PARTNERS. PROTECTION AND SUPPORT OF CHILDREN BY STRENGTHENING FAMILIES TO PREVENT ABANDONMENT.
REUNIFICATION OF SIBLINGS AND REINTEGRATION WITH FAMILY TO BREAK THE CYCLE OF INSTITUTIONALISATION.
ACCESS TO QUALITY EDUCATION FOR THE MOST VULNERABLE CHILDREN TO UNLOCK POTENTIAL.

Founded 2004

  • Mission statement

    • Develop sustainable projects for children in crisis, in consonance with the rights of the child, through local/global partnerships and community participation.

    • Protect and support children by strengthening communities to prevent family breakdown, abandonment of children and increase community cohesion.

    • Reunite siblings and reintegrate children with family and community to create a positive future by breaking the cycle of institutionalisation.

    • Recognise educational needs of the most vulnerable groups of children, provide access to quality education, with a focus on gender equality, to achieve full potential and a brighter and more equable future.

  • Aims

    Rosie May Foundation aims to:

    • Re-unite and re-integrate children by strengthening families to become self-sustainable and prevent abandonment of babies and children.
    • Maintain truly innovative and meaningful projects for children and young adults in crisis that are sustainable and ethical by developing effective community relations to understand need for projects.
    • Focus on gender equality by empowering women in under privileged circumstances, to break the cycle of poverty and unlock potential through a quality education for a brighter and more equitable future
  • Overview

    Established: January 2004

    Registered Charity Number: 1113049

    Board members: 9

    Full time staff: 12

    Part time staff: 3

    Volunteers: 30

    Phone number: 01949358745

    Address: PO BOX 9440 NG13 0WQ

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