We rescue street children in Freetown, Sierra Leone.

St George Foundation provides care, education, and a home.

Latest update from Sierra Leone

October Update

30 October 2019

Recent Activities

  • Building bridges for learning opportunities for children.
  • Outreach programs with children to build and reinforce children’s confidence and social development.
  • Enhancing education for children with support from external and internal volunteers.
  • Positioning the organisation through networking and collaboration with partner organisation and private individuals.

Other Updates

  • 19 girls and 11 boys have been admitted at the ICC since January 2019.
  • 17 girls and 10 boys have been reunited with their families.
  • 99% of enrolled children were promoted to new classes this academic year.
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Recent news

AGM 2019

30 November 2019

The 2019 AGM will be held on Saturday 30th November at the Paterson Centre, Swanmore with an update from founder, Philip Dean. Where: Paterson...  more >>

Games Evening

1 September 2019

A games evening is being planned for the Autumn – to be held in the Paterson Centre, Swanmore, SO32 2PA. Date to be agreed. Watch this space! 

Tea Party 2019

29 June 2019

Where: The Bishops Waltham Palace Ruins, SO32 1DH. When: Saturday 29th June We joined forces with the Bishop's Waltham Festival this year to create a tea/garden...  more >>

Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

15 June 2019

Patrick and Kathryn completed the Yorkshire Three Peaks, walking 25 miles in 10 hours and 57 minutes on Saturday 15 June 2019 for the St George Foundation....  more >>
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Help these children today

The St George Foundation does not receive funds from national campaigns or the UK Government to support its vital work transforming children's lives. 

To support each child costs the charity £5/day, which includes the provision of food, shelter, medical care and enrolment at a local school. However, to continue our work we need your help.

97% of your donation is spent on the actual project: achieved by very low UK overheads and no paid staff in the UK