The Used Clothing Company
Food For Thought Africa are proud to partner with The Used Clothing Company. For every bag of clothes you collect a donation is made to FFTA helping us to feed over 500 children every month. If you are a group interested in carrying out a clothing collection on behalf of FFTA please get in touch.
Non-profit online dating service www.sparkdating.ie very generously donate all their registration fees to Food For Thought Africa and 1 other charity. So if you’re looking for love and also want to give something back this is the dating site for you!
Last year Food For Thought Africa came across a unique fundraising opportunity, that could help us to raise thousands more over the next year! Giveacar will actually tow away the unwanted car taking up space in your drive and donate the profits to your chosen registered charity. And the best part about the scheme is that it won’t cost you anything!
So, how does it work? Giveacar dispose of your vehicle in an environmentally friendly way, recycling at least 85% of the weight of the car. The profits from the scrap or sale of your car then go to the registered charity of your choice. If you choose to donate to Food For Thought Africa you could help us feed and educate even more children in Africa
Giveacar can pick up any vehicle, anywhere in the UK. You could raise up to £130 for Food For Thought Africa, and it won’t cost you a penny. To find out more go to www.giveacar.co.uk
African Art Gallery
Established in 2007, all the profits from the Gallery go straight to our projects in Africa so when you buy an original African painting from us you not only support the livelihood of artists living and working in Africa, but you also help us to overcome poverty in Africa through education.
Find us at 220 Lisburn Road – just opposite Tesco.
Spurred on by the success of the gallery we decided to expand into jewellery. Purchasing beautiful hand-crafted jewellery direct from artisans in Africa, we sell it online to support our life-changing projects in Africa.
Visit the site at: www.africanjewellery.org