We rescue street children in Freetown, Sierra Leone.

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

Latest update from Sierra Leone

Recent donations - Thank you

2 February 2021

Two of our disabled children have just received brand new all terrain wheelchairs. These will make a huge difference to their quality of life as their current ones were almost falling to bits.


Many thanks to our friends around Hythe near Southampton and especially the two ladies that saw the need when they visited St George last year and came home with the inspiration to help these two children.

Also donated at the same time are football shirts. The kids always love these things.  Thank you guys!

Thank you too for James from Practical Tools who flew to Freetown and took these in his luggage and made the time while on his own trip to pass by St George Foundation to make the delivery in person.

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Recent news

2020 Virtual AGM

20 November 2020

Due to Coronavirus and lockdown, we will not be holding the AGM at The Paterson Centre on 28th November. Instead, we plan to hold this year’s AGM on Zoom from...  more >>

Children's Education in Lockdown

5 July 2020

All the government restrictions including the Stay at Home policy have greatly affected the activities of staff and also the activities of the children. Educationally, the children are not attending schools...  more >>

Our 16th birthday!

3 May 2020

The first day we worked with children and fed anyone was May 3rd 2004 Happy Birthday St George Foundation! Over the last 16 years we've helped 100s of orphaned children, looking...  more >>
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Help these children today

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