How can you help?

There are many ways that you can help to support the GRCT:

Run a GRCT fundraising event in your local area

Some of the events that have already been run to raise money for the GRCT have included a Christmas gift sale, coffee mornings, sponsored walks and runs, jewellery sales and concerts. 

Click here to read about some recent fund-raising activities.

Adopt the GRCT as your school’s charity

This helps children in the UK to understand the lives of other children in the world, and gives them the opportunity to respond and help. Where possible, we can arrange for a member of the GRCT to come and visit your school to do a presentation about the charity in assembly or after school. Brighton College Prep raised a substantial amount for the GRCT from the proceeds of their Christmas Fair. City of London Freemen’s School cricket team held a sponsored 24 hour cricket-net practice on our behalf. Schools have also used the following ideas to raise funds: mufti days, cake sales, car washing and concert collections.

Come to one of our future events

For details of planned events, click here or check out some of the fund raising events on our Just Giving page.

Make a donation

We are always grateful for donations however small. Did you know that it only costs £25 to feed one child on e’Pap for a whole school year? Even a donation of £25 will make a huge difference to the life of a child in South Africa. If you would like to make a donation by cheque please click here for our treasurer’s contact details and click here for a Gift aid form.

We also take donations online by Paypal.

Set up a standing order

While we are extremely grateful for any donations we receive, it helps us enormously to have regular giving via standing orders, even if for a very modest amount. This helps us to plan ahead and to know that we can sustain a particular project in South Africa. If you feel that you would like to set up a standing order please click here to download a PDF of the standing order form.

Pray for us

Pray for our beneficiaries and for guidance and wisdom for the GRCT Trustees.