The Bridge UK-Angola

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Help our Charity Shops

Fundraise / Get Sponsored

Make a Will

Give your used Printer Cartridges / Old Mobiles for recycling



This is the quickest and simplest way to give your support.

All of our work targets the poorest of the poor.

Here are some examples of the good your money can do:

10 may not buy a lot on it's own - but when added to our crisis fund for the destitute it can have a huge impact.

20 maintains vital independence for an elderly, ill person by providing nursing and care in their own home.

50 funds a "Back to School Pack" (haircut, clothing, footwear,schoolbag and materials), enabling a former street child to start a new life with dignity.

100 is the cost of a week's food for 20 children rescued from the streets and sewers, making a fresh start in our refuge for former street children.

150 can provide a sustainable master plan to rescue a family from the poverty trap and get the children back to school.

Any donation you could give, large or small, will make a real difference to someone in need in Angola.

You could make a quick donation now

Or you could give a modest amount on a regular basis. Even a fraction of the price of your daily newspaper could make a huge difference to many lives in Angola.

There are two good reasons for this. Firstly we want to ensure a long-term future for our Angolan friends.

Giving regularly also means the charity could increase the value of your gift by nearly one third at no extra cost to you.

This is because the UK's Inland Revenue will usually refund the tax you have already paid on your donations (see table below).

We guarantee that 100% of any donation from a member of the public goes directly to Angola (This is because our administration cotsts are funded seperately).

We were the first charity in the UK to be awarded a Seal of Approval by the Accrediting Bureau of Fundraising Organisations, an initiative which involves detailed examination of a charity's work, accounts and administration systems, to show that we are fully accountable.

What Your Monthly Gift Is Worth


You Give
Inland Revenue Add
Total Result

(The above is based on tax at 23p in the )

To get this extra money, all you have to do is complete a Gift Aid Declaration.

If you do not pay basic tax, don't worry! You can support us with a regular or one-off donation.

If you pay the higher rate tax, you can claim some of the tax back yourself.

Please contact us for details


You can also help by
supporting our charity shops

(London and the South East of England)

Donate used clothing, books, china, bric a brac

by offering volunteer help

with your custom

Please contact us for details

Get Sponsored!

We have a Fundraising Pack to help anyone who feels they could organise a sponsored event.

Please contact us for details

And now it's even easier

The Relief Fund has teamed up with so that individuals can raise money quickly and easily online with their own personalised webpages.

Friends and family will be able to donate online with a credit or debit card – so no more running around with paper sponsorship forms, or chasing cheques and cash after your event.

Leave the poor in Angola something in your Will

We have a free Legacy Pack for anyone who would like to make a will, which shows how you can leave somthing for charity

Please contact us for further details


Recycling Appeal

We can make money from used printer / photocopier cartridges and old mobile phones.

All you have to do is collect them.

We'll send you a freepost envelope to send them in.

Ideally you could start a long term collection at work.

Please contact us for further details




If you would like to make a quick secure donation to help those in need in Angola please click here

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