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As a charity, we are dependent on voluntary donations to enable us to continue making a difference to people’s lives.


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Regular donations are invaluable to us, as they allow us to plan our projects better, respond quickly to emergencies and spend less time on one-off appeals.

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Volunteer

We are always looking for people who are keen to get involved – from helping with fundraising activities to assisting with the filmmaking, production, training and impact processes. To find out more, please get in touch.

All our volunteers have found volunteering to be very rewarding, whether making new friends, learning new skills, or gaining precious insights into other cultures.

Latest funding priorities

We are currently seeking funding to support several of our ongoing projects in Africa. Please see a few examples of these below.

Music videos rapidly produced in response to Covid-19 offering health advice in Sierra Leone and Malawi.

Distribution of award winning PFP Cerebral Palsy awareness films in Kenya, Tanzania and Malawi.

Training programmes in Malawi and Sierra Leone to enhance local filmmaking skills and encourage female participation.

Final editing and completion of the Safe Motherhood film in Sierra Leone and development of facilitator guidance.

Research into stigmas surrounding Albinism in Malawi and preparation for production with a new film group.

For more information on other projects, see our work and news sections. Alternatively, please get in touch if you have any questions.

Latest news

DI KOMBRA DI KRAI (CRY OF A MOTHER) TRAILER

Our latest project updates and news including:

  • The trailer for our Safe Motherhood film ‘Di Kombra Di Krai’
  • Producing face masks for the community
  • How Lisilojulikana continues to change the lives of Kenyan families
  • Online shopping through Give as You Live