Changing lives for the disabled in Uganda
We want to support Motivation and their work in Uganda. It is their mission to provide 1,000 children with the right wheelchair and training to get them out of their homes and into the community. This will give children the best chance of getting an education that could transform their futur
Charity information: The Jane Metson Foundation
Over 5 million people have a disability in Uganda - that is almost 1 in 6 people. Without the right support, training and the right wheelchair, these people are often left isolated from the rest of society.
We want to train parents and carers to look after disable people in Uganda and to understand the true cause of their disability. We also want to provide children with the right wheelchair and the right training to get them out of their homes and into the community.
Raise £5,000 in order to sponsor a motorcycle ambulance and supply wheel chairs and training
Activities» Local fundraising in Berkshire through events such as a charity quiz, cricket match and raffles
What success will look like
Success will be raising £5,000 at the event to ensure that the motor cycle ambulance remains in action (£10 per day running cost)
Educating people within government and other local organisations to set up or improve their own wheelchair service on a sustainable basis.
Motivation halting their work in Uganda but the Foundation understands the charity is committed to this work in the long-term.
We send out a quarterly newsletter to update donors outlining how the money has been used. We also try and coincide this with a visit to the charity from one of the Jane Metson Foundation's trustees.
Budget - Project Cost: £200Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £200 Local fundraising Raffle and hosting of match and additional fundraising
The project covers the whole of Uganda
Disabled adults and children in Uganda along with their families and the eduction of society around disabled conditions across the country. This project will also help Motivation continue their work in Uganda.
The Jane Metson Foundation has already raised £10,000 in order to achieve its goal of supporting organisations, charities or individuals who work to improve medical and educational services, alleviate human suffering, poverty or addiction in the United Kingdom and other parts of the world. The foundation is also committed to make a long-lasting and meaningful difference.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
David was married to Jane for 38 years and they both travelled to Belize, Uganda and India as volunteers with various charities.