Uk based charity for a children

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Have you bought your tickets for 7 March?

Posted by on Feb 4, 2020

Have you bought your tickets for our Ghana Independence Day party on 7 March?    If not, please do so quickly as there are a limited number of places available and we need to know a.s.a.p. how many people we are catering for.  Join us for good food, music and dancing, in the knowledge that all profit from the evening will support the orphaned and destitute children in Ghana. Ticket prices: Adults (16 years and over) £10, children  5-15 years £5, under 5s free. Tickets...

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Mary’s story

Posted by on Jan 2, 2020

Mary (not her real name – to protect her identity) was brought to King Jesus Charity Home in December 2014 by the Domestic Violence and Victim Support Unit of the Ghana Police Service.  According to the police report, Mary was abandoned behind a building with nothing more than a baby diaper. It was obvious that Mary had a physical disability, being unable to walk or talk.  Due to the fact that she had been abandoned, her exact date of birth was unknown but the staff estimated...

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Ghana Independence Day Party 7 March 2020

Posted by on Dec 9, 2019

Ghana Independence Day Party 7 March 2020

2020 marks the 63rd anniversary of Ghana’s independence and we are hosting a party to mark the occasion.  Come help us celebrate Ghanaian culture.  We will be providing authentic food, great music and dancing.  We will also be hosting a raffle and other fun activities. Tickets are priced at £10 for adults (16 years and over), £5 for 7-15 year old, and under 7s are free.  Tickets can be purchased direct from the charity or via the Eventbrite link:...

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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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