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A field of crops and a sign saying Rwenzori Special Needs Foundation, in partnership with Accomplish Children's  Trust

Supporting Organisations

Accomplish is pleased to partner with a number of organisations including local churches, schools and other charities. 

We wish to thank The Kate Farrer Foundation for supporting our epilepsy clinics and Medical Missionary News for providing emergency relief grants.

We are also extremely grateful to Mbedza Project Support for their assistance with the Heart of Mercy project in Malawi, including seconding members of the MPS team to Heart of Mercy. 

We would also like to thank the following groups for supporting our work:

Billericay Baptist Church, Essex

Heworth Christ Church, York

The Primary Care Partnership

Rotary York Ainsty

St Edward the Confessor, Dringhouses, York

St James's Church of England High School, Bolton

St John's Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School, Basingstoke

Dr. Chris Harris at an epilepsy clinic

Kate Farrer Foundation

Dr. Kate Farrer gave generously and willingly offered her medical expertise as a neonatal consultant. After she died in 2014, her family set up the Kate Farrer Foundation (KFF) to support charities she would want to help, mainly with health and education projects.

Children receiving bags of food aid. The bags have labels on them saying COVID-19 food relief donated by Accomplish Children's Trust

Medical Missionary News

Medical Missionary News (MMN) has been supporting medical staff, hospitals and projects around the world that are bringing opportunities to the poor and marginalised for many years in a variety of different ways.

Village children in Malawi

Mbedza Project Support


Mbedza Project Support (MPS) focuses on the prevention and relief of poverty in Malawi. Its work spans HIV testing, teaching and sponsoring orphans, tree planting, and providing fuel-efficient stoves as a safer and more environmentally friendly way to cook.

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