Our Chosen Charity: Education Africa

We are delighted to continue our support of Education Africa whose mission, "Poverty Alleviation Through Education", is so closely aligned to our own. Why do we support Education Africa?

  • A 20 year track record for making real change happen
  • Innovative solutions for poverty alleviation, from concept to completion
  • Committed to education, and therefore talent, as a solution to inequality
  • Founded in South Africa, now with a Pan-African focus and units worldwide



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We are pleased to announce that Sarah Roe is now a member of the Board of Trustees for Education Africa, a truly amazing charity that assists disadvantaged South Africans in their quest to obtain high quality and relevant education. Education Africa has a 20 year track record for making real change happen for disadvantaged Africans via a number of initiatives focused on reducing poverty and making education more accessible.

Education Africa's portfolio of project's target education as a priority, from early childhood development, primary & secondary schooling, through to Tertiary Certification Programmes. The aim of each project is to prepare students for the world of work and provide access to tertiary studies. Education Africa is renowned for thinking out of the box for its project development from conceptualisation to implementation, which includes the production and distribution of its educational resource support materials.

In South Africa they are a registered as a non-profit organisation with Section 18A status which allows for tax deductibility of donations within the parameters of the law. Education Africa is also a level 1, B-BBEE contributor (Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment). They have self-sustainable support structures in the United Kingdom, United States of America and Austria, which also have charitable status and are run by a team of dedicated volunteers.

For more information please visit: www.educationafrica.org