The Christian African Relief Trust (CART) is run entirely by volunteers both in the UK and Africa. CART sends goods from the UK to Africa to relieve extreme poverty and to support the development of educational, medical and employment opportunities. Goods are distributed amongst the most needy, regardless of caste or creed, by local organisations of proven ability and trust. Distribution reports are sent back to the UK.
CART shipped the shoes collected at Keston Primary School to the Anglican Diocese of Upper Shire near Malosa.
For more information please visit: http://cartyorkshire.wpengine.com/
Please see the February 2014 distribution report from the Diocese: Report from the Anglican Upper Diocese of Upper Shire, Malawi
In September over 200 children received a pair of shoes at http://sparklemalawi.org
In December 2016 on Christmas Day we were getting ready to find new feet at http://sparklemalawi.org 👣(and toys for the younger ones generously donated by https://m.facebook.com/LittleSportStar/ which joined your outgoing shoes on our last consignment to Malawi). Finding new Christmas feet at http://sparklemalawi.org and new owners for toys generously donated to us by https://m.facebook.com/LittleSportStar/
In May 2018, we were about to start finding new feet at Nandife School, Malawi 🇲🇼 with http://www.npac.org.uk
Sogoja Village, Skinala
In September 2018, the smallest of football boots and trainers were back on the pitch and in the playground where they belong with https://sparklemalawi.org
Nankumba Full Primary School in Blantyre Rural
In December 2018, thanks to the support of https://feedthehungry.org.uk, 1026 girls at Nankumba Full Primary School in Blantyre Rural, Malawi 🇲🇼 have just received a pair of Sal’s school Shoes 📚
The Sparkle Foundation
March 2019 - Finding new feet with https://sparklemalawi.org 🇲🇼 a grassroots charity improving vulnerable children's lives and building brighter sustainable futures.The Sparkle Foundation have a holistic approach to development, which incorporates education, medical care and nutrition, creating lasting and measurable changes for families in Malawi. They partner with local communities, organisations and skilled volunteers to break the cycle of poverty with a hand-up rather than a hand-out.