Fundraising

Upcoming

Lent Fundraising Efforts 2021

Sarah, one of our trustees, is raising funds for our new classroom block during Lent. She is aiming to complete 800,000 steps - the equivalent of approximately 400 miles!! Sarah is completely awesome.

UPDATE - 6th April

Over 6 weeks, Sarah has completely smashed her target by completing 848,072 Steps for Ekica which is the equivalent of 420.86 miles! She has raised a magnificent £655 which will be used for the new classroom building. Sarah now deserves a well-earned rest and a foot spa! We are deeply indebted to her for all her efforts ~ thank you, so much Sarah.

Lauren-Rose, an 8 year old sweetheart is making bracelets and necklaces with loombands and selling them to her friends to raise money for the children at Ekica School. Well done, Lauren, you're a superstar!

We are asking our supporters to 'Lent Us A Hand' and donate the money they have saved during lent on the things they have given up. Perhaps you would like to join them? There is a paypal button on our donate page.

Huge thanks to everyone for all their efforts and support for Ekica.

Ongoing

Items for Sale

  • Diane Marshall-Payne has volunteered as a nurse in Arusha and is a large supporter of the school and Ekica Fundraising. She sponsors 2 children and has encouraged 5 other people to do the same. Diane has kindly used her talents to make beautiful handmade re-usable fold up bags to sell. Great to put in your handbag/manbag/car, for when you need a bag for a few groceries, new clothing, etc, to avoid plastic bags! Help fund education for children in Tanzania, while also saving the environment!

Aus$5.00/£5 bag* - contact us on Facebook or by phone or email to place your order.

*All proceeds go towards Ekica Fundraising to benefit Ekica School

Empowering local women who spend a couple of hours a week at Ekica school making beaded jewellery, coasters and small items. Money raised from sales goes back to the women, with a small amount going to the school.

Just a selection of some of the colourful beaded jewellery and goods made in the local community which we have for sale. These are available at our events, or contact us if you would like to buy.

Prices vary from £1 upwards.