Rotary Clubs - Become Adopting Angels

We are so grateful to all the Rotary Clubs who have supported us in the past, Donating Goats, building Kindergartens and Changing Lives! Could you Club do the same?



We are delighted that the Rotary Club of Farnham helped us to purchase 30 goats – 5 goats for 6 familiies – in the village of Abu Sinait A.


Patricia Parker OBE, Founder of Kids for Kids, says:

“Abu Sinait A is where families from the vast IDP camp at Abu Shouk were moved to.  They were given the land but nothing else. I was shocked when I visited in February 2020 as they had so little. Your goats will make a massive difference, not just to the families who receive them, but in providing milk and yoghurt to other families too as they have their kids – and of course, in two years, six more families will directly benefit.”



Together, the Rotary Clubs of Bookham and Horsley, Dorking, Surbiton, New Malden and Kingston upon Thames very generously raised enough funds to purchase 60 goats – 5 goats for 12 familiies – for the 8 villages adopted in 2021 – Abu Sinait A, Abu Sinait B, Bargo, Derma, Um Ajaja, Um Isheira, Um Shijir and Turra.


Patricia Parker OBE, Founder of Kids for Kids, says:

“We are overwhelmed by the support and generosity of these Rotary Clubs working together to raise vital funds for the Children of Darfur. To think that 12 of the poorest families in our 8 new villages will now be able to give enriching goat’s milk to their children to help them fight malnutrition warms my heart. Thank you so much for everything you do.”


The Rotary Club of Farnham very kindly donated enough money for 2,500 bars of soap and instruction leaflets to be transported to our villages in Darfur to prevent the spread of Covid-19. 


That was enough soap for 500 families.


Patricia Parker said:

“With no healthcare available in villages in Darfur, Sudan, it was vital that we helped stop the spread of Covid-19 as quickly as possible. Social distancing and washing hands properly with soap and water were the only means. Soap breaks down the structure of the virus so the need for soap was desperate. Whilst the Government in Sudan was targeting towns and markets, their message would not reach remote villages – we were their only hope. We also gave each family an illustrated instruction sheet showing them how to wash their hands properly. With so little water and high levels of illiteracy in our villages, this was imperative. Thank you so much – this soap saved many lives in Darfur and the families there will be forever grateful.

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