To conclude 2020, I would like to share with you the charities which I supported. They are all working for amazing causes and it is extremely important to show support and appreciation to as many as possible.
Makomborero is a UK registered charity that helps to relieve poverty in Zimbabwe, Africa through the education of children.
The charity achieves this by investing time in disadvantaged communities, and by supporting talented students to allow them to complete their education and attain excellent grades in their A-levels. Makomborero gives these children the chance to fulfil their undeniable potential and gives them hope and a future.
Kurdish Red Moon
Kurdish Red Moon’s purpose is to carry out its activities in light of universal values and principles, with the aim to bring aid assistance at an international capacity to alleviate suffering in Kurdistan and wherever it may be found, with precedence to:
War zones and areas experiencing theeffects of war;
Areas of poverty in all countries and regions.
Sickle Cell Society
The Sickle Cell Society is the only national charity in the UK that supports and represents people affected by a sickle cell disorder to improve their overall quality of life.
First set up as a registered charity in 1979, the Sickle Cell Society has been working alongside health care professionals, parents, and people living with sickle cell to raise awareness of the disorder. The Society’s aim is to support those living with sickle cell, empowering them to achieve their full potential.