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By donating to Accomplish Children's Trust, you will help us to provide education, medical care and financial assistance for disabled children and their families in Africa.


There are many ways to support Accomplish, from fundraising to shopping to regular donations, as we explain below. Please drop us a line if you have any questions. 

  • £25 pays for one child’s school meals for a term

  • £35 runs one epilepsy satellite clinic with a clinical officer, charity worker and pharmacist

  • £40 will buy a goat for a young person with disabilities

  • £75 provides equipment for a vocational graduate to set up their business

  • £100 will pay a teacher’s salary for a month at our primary school


Help us reach more disabled children in Africa by donating online via our Enthuse page, which is quick and easy to use and administers Gift Aid on our behalf.  


Regular donors are our lifeline, helping us meet ongoing costs such as teachers' salaries. You can set up a regular donation via our:


Please post cheques to:


Accomplish Children's Trust, 2 Byron Court, Balderton, Newark, NG24 3PY.

Thank You!


If you are planning a sponsored challenge or organising an event, you can create your own sponsorship page by registering with Enthuse to raise money for us.


Our Enthuse page administers Gift Aid, but if you donate in other ways, please complete our Gift Aid Form and email it to usThis will enable us to collect an extra 25p for every pound you donate.


Leaving a legacy to Accomplish in your will would make a long-lasting impact and help transform the lives of children in some of the world's poorest communities.


You can also raise money for Accomplish while shopping online with Amazon Smile or Give As You Live, which collects donations from several retailers.  Find us on either website using our charity number: 1182573.


Learn more about our work with disabled children in Africa, and about the projects we support, providing:

  • Education

  • Medical Needs

  • Income Generation

  • Community Outreach