Love Support Unite Africa Foundation

Love Support Unite Africa Foundation

Charity information

Love Support Unite Africa Foundation

The prevention or relief of poverty and financial hardship in Malawi by providing or assisting in the provision of sustainable education through addressing; water, education, health, sustainable farming, renewable energy and enterprise.

Founded 2015

  • Mission statement

    The Love Support Unite Volunteer Africa Foundation (LSU) is as grass roots as it gets. Created by two sisters, Alice and Nina Pulford, they establish small-scale projects which can be sustained and replicated throughout Malawi to trigger change on a larger scale.

    Their volunteers contribute directly to genuine, long lasting development projects, working alongside Malawian communities to create real opportunities and active change.

    Through volunteering, they have provided much-needed healthcare, education and skills workshops to hundreds of Malawian people and help our volunteers gain an understanding of some of the biggest issues facing the developing world today. LSU is creating a blueprint for sustainability one community at a time.

    Our goal is to empower people to change their own lives, rather than providing direct aid or creating dependence on charity. Foundations for the Future aims to enable communities to lift themselves out of poverty. Working with the UN Global Goals, our model takes a multi-dimensional approach to development, facilitating:

    • education
    • enterprise
    • nutrition & health
    • improved access to clean water
    • solar power

    10 vulnerable families were trained in sustainable farming and business, who received 0% micro-loans and mentoring over 2 years. They also received a care package of basic supplies, the last one they’d need.

    Many of the beneficiaries rented out their land to work on other farms because they couldn’t afford resources, trapping t

  • Aims

    Love Support Unite Africa Foundation aims to:

    • LSU aims to educate 25 families on nutrition and permaculture, using sustainable farming to create opportunities for enterprise and food security in 2018.
    • Medical Outreach will turn the focus towards HIV/AIDs prevention and birth control through education and awareness, working towards sustainable health.
  • Overview

    Established: June 2015

    Registered Charity Number: 1162406

    Board members: 6

    Part time staff: 5

    Volunteers: 10

    Phone number: 07958 626 933

    Address: Lanchester House Main Street, Leicester LE8 9GH

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