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Juliet Stevenson recording our Radio 4 AppealEveryone at ChildHope was glued to their radios earlier this year when our BBC Radio 4 Appeal presented by Juliet Stevenson was broadcast! If you missed the appeal, you can listen online now. So far we have raised a fantastic £8,093 which means that we are well on our way to reaching the appeal goal!

Thank you to everyone who has donated. If you haven't made a donation but would like to then for more information on ways to donate please visit the ChildHope donation page. Donations are no longer being taken via Radio 4 website.

"I've come a long way and fought a fight that was hard. Now my only fight is about learning."

We were proud that Juliet Stevenson introduced the story of Winnie from Kenya. At the age of ten, Winnie had already been working on the dumpsite for four years. Now, through a ChildHope project, Winnie has the chance of a different future. She has been able to leave her life on the dumpsite and is in full time education.
Help more children like Winnie transform their futures
At ChildHope, we are inspired by the children we work with. Like Winnie, they are resilient, determined and desperate for the opportunity to build a better life. Your support can ensure that more children like Winnie can enjoy their childhood. A donation of any amount really will make a difference to children's lives.
  • £15 can pay for workshops for 5 girls who have suffered abuse to increase their self-esteem in Peru.
  • £25 can provide educational support to prepare a child to go back to school in Kenya.
  • £50 can pay for education of 1 child for three months in a mobile education unit in India.
Spread the word!
If you were inspired by Winnie's story then you can still spread the word to your friends, family, and colleagues. They can listen to the appeal online. Any donations must be made directly either by post, the ChildHope website or calling +44 (0)20 7065 0950

We will be keeping our website, Facebook and Twitter pages up-to-date with news from the appeal and our progress. Stay in touch to find out more½

Thank you! Every donation will go towards helping children like Winnie to have the opportunity to fulfil their potential to build a better future, thank you for your support.

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