Uk based charity for a children

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Annual newsletter

Posted by on Nov 20, 2019

WINTER NEWS NOV 2019 Click above to find out what’s been happening at GCT since this time last year and what we have planned for the months ahead.

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Appeal for funds for educational equipment

Posted by on Oct 14, 2019

                      Our charity currently supports the education of 103 children and young adults from King Jesus Charity Home, from kindergarten to university. Their progress is being severely handicapped by a lack of access to educational equipment such as laptops, music keyboards and training shoes.  We aim to buy 22 laptops for the children to share at a cost of £300 each (total...

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Congratulations John!

Posted by on Oct 14, 2019

Our congratulations to former KJCH boy, John, on graduating from Valley View University, Kumasi, with a Bachelor of Education majoring in Mathematics with First Class Honours. John and his two younger sisters were brought up at King Jesus Charity Home.  On finishing high school, John went to college where he completed a teaching Diploma in Basic Education and has since been teaching in a government school in the Upper East Region of Ghana.  John self-funded his Bachelor of Education...

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Great North Run success

Posted by on Sep 23, 2019

Thank you to all 5 supporters who took part in this year’s Great North Run to raise funds for GCT.  Ben, Sheryl, Paul, Clare and Cathal have all raised amazing amounts of money and it’s still coming in.  Your efforts and kindness are enabling us continue to provide for the orphans and destitute children in Ghana who desperately need our help.  If you would like to run for our charity in 2020, please get in touch so we can apply for places as soon as they are released...

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Coffee & cake 9 November 2019

Posted by on Sep 23, 2019

Join us for cake, a cuppa  and good company at Maggie’s house, 72 Melville Grove, Newcastle upon Tyne NE7 7AR between 10 am and 2 pm on Saturday 9 November.  All proceeds will be donated to the Ghanaian Children’s Trust.   Hope to see you there.  

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