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The Cambodia Trust is a pan-Southeast Asian charity that works with disadvantaged disabled people to enable them to participate as equals in education, employment and community life. The Trust aims to reduce poverty and increase self-sufficiency, through rehabilitation, addiction psychiatrist sessions, community work, training and advocacy.

What Your Donation Will Do

  •  £3 – will buy a school uniform; many disabled children cannot attend school because their parents are too poor to afford these costs
  •  £25 – will provide a small grant to enable an adult to buy tools or stock to establish a small business
  •  £30  – will buy a bicycle to enable a child with disabilities to get to school. Education is a way out of poverty. Our community-based rehabilitation teams work to support disabled children into school, so they have a better chance of employment as adults.
  •   £75 – will provide a wheelchair. Our wheelchairs are made locally and are specially designed to withstand the rough terrain. Like artificial limbs and braces, having a wheelchair brings mobility and the chance to participate in the community.
  •  £100 – will provide a prosthetic limb or brace for a landmine, polio or leprosy survivor. Prosthetic limbs wear out and need replacing every year or so for adults; every 6 months for growing children.

To learn more and donate, please visit http://www.justgiving.com/aseanrickshawrun

BirdLife International is a global Partnership of conservation organisations that strives to conserve birds, their habitats and global biodiversity, working with people towards sustainability in the use of natural resources.

We’re the world’s largest partnership of conservation organisations.

What Your Donation Will Do

  •  £5 – will help facilitate the collection and propagation of seedlings from endangered tree species for reforestation
  • £25 – will help purchase tools and personal equipment for the local staff to undertake forest management safely
  • £50 – pays a forest patroller’s salary for a month
  • £75 – will help towards the cost of running a workshop for staff, students and local communities to develop the skills and capacities needed to ensure a sustainable future
  • £100 – will protect 100 hectares of lowland rainforest against further deterioration and misuse by economic migrants

To learn more and donate, please visit http://www.justgiving.com/Tom-Hoogervorst