BBC Radio 4 Appeal with Michael Kiwanuka
Click the ‘listen here’ button to listen back to our BBC Radio 4 Appeal which was aired on Sunday 2nd June.
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To read more about the Ewafe project and it’s impact please click here or if you would like to make a donation to this project please click here. Thank you once again to everyone for helping us to support and rescue children in Uganda, we hope that you will be able to continue to help us to do this great work. If you would like to keep up to date with the work of Kids Club Kampala please click here.
From Sunday 2nd June for one week only you will be able to donate to the Ewafe Project by phone, post or online, more details on how to do this will be announced during the appeal week. We hope you enjoy listening to our appeal and please remember to share this with your family and friends.
Please be aware that the Radio 4 Appeal features a new charity every week and each appeal then runs on Radio 4 from Sunday for 7 days
We’re so excited to be one of the charities selected to feature on the BBC Radio 4 appeal. This is a phenomenal opportunity as it will allow us to reach more people with our story specifically highlighting the Ewafe project .
Our Patron, Michael Kiwanuka will tell the story of the Ewafe Project which rescues, rehabilitates and reintegrates vulnerable children who have been abandoned, orphaned or forced to live alone in the slums. He will share the story of Grace and how the Ewafe project supported and reunited her with her family. Last year, we helped to reintegrate 10 children and rescued 11 children, we would love to be able to help so many more and this appeal is a great opportunity for us to raise vital funds to do so. The Ewafe project is one of our most expensive projects and the BBC Radio 4 appeal is a great opportunity to share our story in order to get more support for vulnerable children and their families. Read Grace’s story in full here.
Michael is an award winning singer, songwriter and musician as well as a Kids Club Kampala Patron, supporter and friend. Micheal was a part of one of Kids Club Kampala’s biggest fundraising events in 2014 which specifically raised funds for the Ewafe project and we raised over £10,000. We’re delighted that Micheal is able to support us once again.