A massive THANK YOU!

We’d like to throw out a massive thanks to everyone who took part in AHEAD’s Summer Virtual Challenge. We all had a great time walking, cycling and running, but we also appreciate how hard this summer has been with so many restrictions in place keeping us indoors, away from our families, friends and loved ones. We hope you are all keeping well and are still energised to support us over […]

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AHEAD’s Summer Virtual Challenge

Support our work by entering our Summer 2020 Virtual Challenge anytime before the end of August. Your efforts will help us raise funds to equip our hostel for disadvantaged girls in Ethiopia. Whether you prefer to Walk 3Km, Run 5Km or Cycle 10Km, you can choose your challenge and seek sponsorship from family and friends.  If  you email us or share your photograph (#aheadcharityorg) we will include you in our event […]

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Now it’s even easier to donate!

We are pleased to announce we are now on Givey. This makes it even easier for our supporters to help us fund our objectives of helping the most disadvantaged in society into secure education. We continue to encourage our donors to donate regularly but, if you wish make a one-off donation, we recommend using our page on Givey.   AHEAD receive  100% of your donation via this channel, while the donor […]

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Would you like to help build young people’s futures?

We are working on an easier way for you to donate directly to AHEAD and fund our efforts to create a secure future for the young people who so desperately need access to education. Our hostel has created the security, but we need to push forward with additional support and partnerships with local agencies to build on our successes, and give young people the future they deserve as valued members […]

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Helping families in Arjo

Arjo is a district in Eastern Wallaga in Oromia Sate (Ethiopia) and like most rural regions, Arjo families suffer from acute poverty due to a lack of sustainable incomes, poor housing and access to children’s education. The Arjo Family and Children’s Project (AFCP) was established after Mrs Ejigayehu Kiflemariam visited the beautiful scenery and observed the fertile natural resources of the area. Mrs Ejigayehu Kiflemariam, supported by the local people, […]

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