Every penny, pound, cent or dollar donated goes towards helping girls and boys in marginalised and post-conflict communities through funding projects and building educational opportunity.
If you’re a UK tax payer, you can even increase the value of your donation by a whopping 25% by opting for Gift-Aid. That’s because UWS can reclaim basic rate tax from the HMRC on your donation, increasing its amount at no extra cost to you.
Each UWS school costs $30,000 to build and $10,000 to run.
The impact even small donations can have is significant – we pride ourselves on delivering value for money and ensuring the biggest possible impact from every donation.
- $5 (£3) provides a child with educational materials and resources for a month
- $12 (£8) puts a desk in a classroom in Cambodia
- $22 (£15) provides safe drinking water for a classroom
- $30 (£20) covers minor repairs on classrooms in Myanmar
- $50 (£35) gives school books to a class of children in Nepal
- $120 (£80) stocks a classroom library with reading books in Cambodia
- $450 (£300) secures annual training for teachers and support staff
- $600 (£400) builds a tube well providing clean drinking water to the school and village
- $1000 (£650) pays the salary of a locally sourced and employed teacher for a year
Or are you interested in becoming a school partner or sponsoring your own school? Then please get in touch – we’d love to hear from you!
Other ways to donate to UWS
“No fees – When you donate to PayPal Giving Fund through these pages, they’ll deliver 100% of your donation to your chosen charity.”
“Receive a tax receipt and add Gift Aid – After you donate you’ll get your PayPal Giving Fund receipt by email, with a button to add Gift Aid, boosting your donation by 25%.”
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