2015/16 Online Campaign  £2226

Goal £17000


of our goal


Days Left




The African Child Trust aims to relieve poverty and advance development in Africa by:

Educating fatherless children and orphans to completion of secondary school and up to tertiary level where possible.
Empowering widows/guardians via counselling, literacy and business skills training that will enable them generate sustainable income to support their families;
Enriching the entire community where ACT works by providing technical and material support to local schools and health services;
Sending skilled volunteers to support our projects and activities in the communities where we work.

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Educating Children

ACT provides funding for the children of widows and also orphans to complete their education.

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Empowering Widows

Widows are amongst the most vulnerable group in Africa.

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Enriching Communities

The community is central to the approach of ACT in funding the education of the children of widows and orphans in Africa.

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Meet Our Team


Pauline Edwards


Pauline is the Founder/CEO of Annies Orphan, an organisation that operates charity shops across the UK and support projects in Africa and Asia. She has MA degree in Theology and is Minister of the Wales AOG, Bangor. She joined the board of Trustees in January 2008 and appointed Chair in September of the same year.

Kunle Onabolu


Kunle is the Founder/Director of ACT. He has a PhD in Civil Engineering. His working experience has been in building materials manufacturing, engineering consultancy and R&D. He has been a Trustee from when the charity was formed 1999.

Geraldine Egboche

Operations & Projects

Geraldine has more than 21 years’ experience of working within Local Government in Schools IT and Project Management. Having been a supporter for 5 years, she joined ACT as a volunteer in July 2015 and was employed as Office Manager in January 2016.

Jack Beadle

Communications & Marketing

Jack studied Accounting, Finance and Management, graduating from the University of York with a first class honours degree. He currently works as a trader in a London based hedge fund. Jack joined ACT in October 2015 as the communications & marketing officer.

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