Regular Giving

Long term support is vital to our work. By giving regularly you allow us to plan for the future and make a huge difference to the lives of ordinary people, just like Ahmed Ibrahim of Warshal Village (see the story on the right).

Working with people so they can have clean water, a reliable harvest and live in peace is a long-term commitment. There is no magic formula, only hard work and enthusiasm.

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£10 per month for a year could train 8 Village Development Committees in Sudan in leadership management and communication skills; enabling them to manage their own development into the future.

£200 annual gift could support community literacy training for 20 people for one year. Literacy skills develop confidence and are the building blocks of strong local organisations.

payroll giving

Donating money through your salary is a cheaper way to give money to charity because it is tax free. Payroll Giving donations are deducted before tax so for every £1 you give it will only cost you 80p, and if you're a higher rate tax payer it will only cost you 60p.

Payroll giving is a simple, yet valuable, long term source of revenue. It provides SOS Sahel UK with regular income that helps us to plan for the challenges ahead. Just one hour of your salary could make a huge difference to communities like those in Warshal, Sudan (see right).

For more information or to sign up to payroll giving, speak to your employer or email us.

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Before and after images Water supplies build peace

Prior to SOS Sahel UK's help in rebuilding Warshal water reservoir, women and children often spent more than six hours a day travelling to the nearby villages to fill a few jerry cans of water.

Now the journey takes only 15 minutes. Children are able to go to school and women have more time to weave baskets and grow crops to sell.

''If visitors come to the village,  we can offer them something  to drink. Before, we did not  do this because we didn't have  enough water to go around''. Ahmed Ibrahim, Warshal villager.
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