Help Us to Help Others
The U Foundation recognises that education is the key to improving the future prospects of people living in less developed parts of the world. We have made great strides but there is still much to be done and this is where we need your help and support.
Thank you to all of our sponsors and supporters who allow us to continue with the work that we do.
Over 400 children helped into education
Our projects and programmes help to give disadvanted children the genuine real world opportunities afforded by a good education
In 2006 a make shift pre-school, supported by The U Foundation, was set up, housed in a simple mud hut building that belonged to a nearby church. The U Foundation, working alongside the Siankaba Community Trust, has raised enough funds to build a nursery school, fully stocked with toys and books, equipped with solar power and running water. The school can accommodate 60 children between the ages of 3 and 6.
6 new classrooms at Jumbe Secondary School, Zambia, just in time for the rainy season!
Thanks to our supporters the 460 pupils no longer have to take lessons outdoors. Well done everyone!
London to Lusaka – virtual event
uring August we are collectively travelling 5000 miles, the flying distance from London to Lusaka
Salzburg to Vienna Cycle Challenge
This picturesque cycling adventure includes routes along the lakes and rivers of Salzach and Inn before joining the Danube
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Great to see the Siankaba Community Trust School garden flourishing. These okra will be used as an accompaniment to the daily feeding programme. Any surplus veg will be sold to the local community to raise funds towards school stationery supplies.
Each year artwork from pupils in Mfuwe, Zambia is used to create a colourful calendar. Funds raised from this calendar are used to support education projects in the area. This year the pupils were asked to illustrate what it means to live on the edge of the South...
As 2021 draws to a close we would like to take this opportunity to thank our supporters and kind people who have donated and wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and very healthy New Year! From all at The U Foundation and Siankaba Community Trust