Every year Network for Africa helps more and more people in communities across Rwanda, Uganda and Sierra Leone to rebuild their lives through our mental health projects, but none of our work could be done without our amazing supporters. We are a small charity and we are especially careful with donations, making sure your generosity achieves as much as possible.
Ways to Support Us:
Donate – During the Covid-19 pandemic, your ongoing support for Network for Africa is vital as our work continues at this difficult time. If you can, why not top up your support by donating your commute? Whether you’re saving money on the train, tube or fuel, station car park charges or just your morning coffee, just a portion of that amount could make a real life-changing difference.
No donation is too small. Every donation we receive makes a huge difference to the communities in Africa devastated by war and genocide, to help them rebuild and move forward. (Read specifics on how your money helps.)
Get Involved & Fundraise For Us – We always love to hear about the fun and creative ways you can fund-raise on behalf of Network for Africa, so please contact us to share your ideas.
London Marathon – Network for Africa has a place in the London Marathon in October 2021. If you are interested in running the London Marathon (or any other events) on behalf of our charity, and raising money for our mental health projects, please drop us a line.
Give As You Live – A free and easy way for our UK supporters to raise money for us, just by shopping online through its website.
Remember Network for Africa In Your Will – Invest in our mental health projects by leaving a gift in your Will and providing a legacy for future generations.
Payroll Giving – hundreds of companies around the world choose organisations like Benevity, Charities Trust or Charities Aid Foundation to facilitate their workplace giving. If you work for one of these companies, and are thinking about making a regular donation from your salary, please consider Network for Africa. Supporting us in this way helps to give us a reliable source of income, and aids us in planning for a future where mental health services are available to everyone who needs them.
Thank you for helping us to continue our work.