The Education Mentoring Programme is unique as it meets the emotional and practical needs of the children. Children are placed together in small groups of 15 – 20 with 2 parent volunteers who provide each group with practical support by monitoring each student’s attendance and grades and ensuring that they attend their training and extra tuition sessions. Their emotional needs are met in weekly one to one mentoring sessions with their parent volunteers who provide supportive, caring encouragement.
The main focus of the work of the Purple Community Fund is providing opportunities for the families living in urban slums in the Philippines. Our holistic combination of community projects support these families to make permanent changes to their lives.
Mothers will earn a generous sustainable reliable wage making our beautiful range of recycled products. Fathers will receive training skills in the construction industry and support into employment.
All our handcrafted products will be sold locally and on our online shop and at events. 100% of the profit from the sale of the goods goes back into our programmes.
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Families often survive on one or two small meals a day consisting mainly of rice and gravy. The elderly, toddlers, children not in school, disabled, pregnant and nursing mothers are the most vulnerable in the community. Community volunteers have requested that we extend their community feeding programme providing a daily hot nutritious meal.
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Families are unable to afford basic health care and there is a desperate need for a community walk in clinic. Families do not have enough nourishing food and their resistance to disease and illness is low. In partnership with The Local Church (KCM), PCF will run a community walk in clinic and train and equip 50 mothers as community health workers in primary health and preventative care.
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Many people mistakenly believe that asylum seekers want to come to the UK. The reality is most would prefer to be in their homes, in their own country with the people they love, pursuing their dreams and the futures that they had planned for. Fleeing from everything that is familiar because they are so fearful for their own and their family’s safety is extremely traumatic. They feel isolated and alone, some do not speak English or understand our culture.
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We support in partnership with the Rotary Club of Guildford District, small projects in Tanzania, working with groups of socially excluded people, albinos, lepers and a group of vulnerable young women providing textiles skills and training.
All the artisans are considered to be the poorest of the poor and in desperate need of earning a reliable, sustainable income.
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