Help us give as many Malawian children as possible a chance at a better life. Your support, no matter how big or small, will make an huge impact.

The most effective way that you can support us and our projects is to donate money. The funds you provide will be used to support our active projects: Green Malata Entrepreneurial Village, The School Fund and Project Gowelo.

100% of your donation will be used to help us train more students and staff, purchase much needed equipment, expand our income generating projects at Green Malata, and to maintain and operate the entrepreneurial village itself. Alternatively, the money you give will be used to sponsor a child's school fees, or build a gowelo for an orphan without a home. 

$4 (€3,5/£3) provides a schoolgirl with a pack of four washable, reusable sanitary pads - ensuring that she is able to get the personal hygiene she deserves.

$25 (€23/£20) helps pay for an orphan to attend a vocational course for a week – teaching invaluable trades and life-skills.

$50 (€47/£40) provides a student with a grant, helping pay for school fees, uniforms or essential materials, ensuring she gets a basic education.

$100 (€94/£80) helps maintain a gowelo – a traditional Malawian home, giving orphans a permanent place to live in the community.

If you would like to support a specific project, send us an email with your name, the amount donated, and how you'd like your donation to be used. 

 Please give whatever you can spare. Thank you.


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Stichting The Children’s Fund of Malawi, The Hague, The Netherlands
IBAN: NL 79 RABO 0102 5968 91 / BIC: RABONL2U

Tax deductible donations

Stichting Children's Fund of Malawi is eligible for tax deductible donations in both the Netherlands and the United States of America.

If you are a US donor wishing to make a tax-deductible contribution to support us, you may give to CAF America, using this Gift Form and recommend that the grant be made to Stichting The Children's Fund of Malawi.



All photography provided by Julia Gunther