Abandoned Street Kids of Brazil Trust - Task Brasil

Abandoned Street Kids of Brazil Trust - Task Brasil

Charity information

Abandoned Street Kids of Brazil Trust - Task Brasil

We run projects for kids aged 6 to 17 to expand upon the education they receive at school to fulfill their potential. We support ex-residents and their family to live in harmony away from the streets.

Founded 1992

  • Mission statement

    Task Brasil's mission is to help disadvantaged young people have better prospects in life and providing assistance and guidance to our ex-residents street children so that they maintain continuous access to local support networks and live in harmony with their families away from the streets.

    Task Brasil offers poor children living in Santa Teresa, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and surrounding areas and favelas vocational training, educational, cultural and social activities that will complement and enhance their formal education as well as running income generating workshops.

  • Aims

    Abandoned Street Kids of Brazil Trust - Task Brasil aims to:

    • To offer at Casa Jimmy vocational training, educational, cultural and social activities that will complement and enhance the kids formal education as well as running income generating workshops.
    • To provide advice and support for our past and present beneficiaries and their families so that they maintain continuous access to local support networks to live in harmony away from the streets.
  • Overview

    Established: March 1992

    Registered Charity Number: 1030929

    Board members: 3

    Full time staff: 1

    Part time staff: 6

    Volunteers: 3

    Phone number: +442077355545

    Address: PO BOX 4901 SE16 3PP

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