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The Street Children need Support

Our main aims are to get as many children off the streets as possible and care for those still on the streets.  The work on the streets and the homes will have on-going costs such as food, staffing, toiletries, medical care and school fees. To help expand the work with the street children, we need people who will support it through prayer and finance.

Regular support

You can set up to be a supporter from just £5 per month!

Supporters can choose if they want to support the work on the streets or to help sponsor the homes. All supporters will receive updates on the homes and the work with the children.  If you would like to become a supporter, you should sign up to regular giving.

Did you know that you could turn every £1 into £1.25 if you pay tax with the Gift Aid Scheme?

That is 25% extra towards our street reach work!

There is no extra cost to you!

  • Abaana can reclaim the tax on your donation at the basic rate, provided the amount of income and/or capital gains tax you pay is equal to the amount Abaana claims each year.
  • If you pay a higher tax rate you can claim further tax relief in your Self Assessment return.
  • This declaration covers all donations you may make in the future. If at a later date your circumstances change and you no longer pay income and/or capital gains tax equal to the amount Abaana is claiming you can cancel your declaration

Donations

You can make a donation to our work with street children either online at www.streetreachafrica.org/donate or by sending a cheque made payable to Abaana.  Why not be creative and run an event to raise funds for Street Reach?  If you contact us we can provide literature and sponsor forms for you to use. 

Prayer Support

You can support our work by praying for the projects. Please pray that funds continue to come in and for the decisions we make to allocate those funds.  Please pray for the street kids, the boys at our homes and our staff both in Uganda and in the UK.

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