Aids social inclusion, respect and acceptance of adults with learning difficulties living in the Kilimanjaro region, Hai District of Tanzania.
Charity number: 1183933
What we do
We support a community of people living in the Hai district of Tanzania, East Africa, employing local staff to run the Activity Center, supporting and empowering people with learning disabilities, through person-centred planning, to feel fulfilled and become safely integrated into the communities they live.
We aim to encourage social inclusion, respect and acceptance through raising the awareness and understanding of inclusion in the community. The activities may include: music, art & crafts, numeracy & literacy, vocational skills and social outings with the community.
Every penny of your donations goes directly to the Activity Center in Tanzania to fund staff wages, resources such as art materials and food, service user’s medication, trips into the community, transport to the centre and much more.
Nadiah’s Marathon https://gofund.me/69dfbc5a
In memory of Beverley https://gofund.me/ef446bad
We are coordinated in the UK by a group of volunteers who raise money and support the important work happening in Tanzania.
In the future, we are hope to develop volunteer opportunities for people to travel directly to the project in Tanzania and support the work there.
We are Inclusive
We ensure the Activity Centre is an inclusive place where everyone feels welcome and safe to discover and express their true self. We see potential in everyone, believing everyone has skills and talents just waiting to be realised. We are committed to supporting the inclusion of disabled people in the community by raising awareness of disabilities and highlighting the experience and skills disabled people have which strengthen our communities.
We are respectful
We show respect to our service users and their families, building strong, trustworthy relationships. We are all about relationships, collaboration, communication and teamwork.
We strive for acceptance
We support disabled people to want to be present in the community and feel safe doing so, encouraging the acceptance of disabled people to grow, challenging attitudes and mistaken assumptions
Work in the UK
Humberston Kestrels (Under 11) football team, from North East Lincolnshire, had an anonymous sponsor for their home kit this season. The anonymous sponsor wanted the team to choose a charity to support and the team kindly chose Nations Together. We are grateful for their support and wish the team all the best this football season.
Let’s work together to make a difference
- Duke of Edinburgh volunteer money raisers