Did you know... 150AED can provide a child with two meals a day, access to free medication and the Sparkle education programme (per month).
During the month of Ramadan, Sparkle will be collecting donations to contribute towards providing nutrition, education and medical care to orphans and vulnerable children who access Sparkle services in Malawi.
The need for donations is even more crucial as Malawi faces a national disaster caused by Cyclone Freddy, with the current death toll at over 200 people, many more missing and 1000's more displaced. With the disastrous consequences of the cyclone, which brought relentless rain, flash floods and strong winds, the communities are in dire need of support.
At its heart, The Sparkle Foundation creates a future in which every community has an equal opportunity to live a life of health and self-sufficiency in Malawi. We have spent years understanding the needs of the community and have developed an innovative approach to drive positive change within the charity sector through the delivery of a sustainable and replicable best practice community model.
‘To create a future in which every community has equal opportunity to live a life of health and self-sufficiency'
‘To drive positive change within the charity sector through the delivery of a sustainable and replicable best-practice community model’
The Sparkle Foundation does not believe in operating in isolation and therefore our integrated approach incorporates four main pillars; nutrition, education, healthcare and community. All reliant on each other to be successful we support children, youth, women and the community with a range of programmes that are developed based on identified needs.
Please donate and help us to create brighter futures.
Thank you, from The Sparkle Team
There is no time anymore