Over the Christmas period, NextEnergy Foundation teamed up with a partner to provide those affected by fuel poverty in Birmingham with a fuel voucher of £49. Across five distribution centres, there were 102 vouchers issued of which the donation has helped 169 adults and 116 children, totalling 285 people. We strongly believe in contributing to poverty alleviation globally and by helping families to have their heating on is a great way of help to tackle fuel poverty in the UK.
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Makomborero is a UK based charity, founded by Mark and Laura Albertyn in 2007. It is a small charity that is run by a diverse team of trustees. Makomborero supports the work of Makomborero Zimbabwe by making grants to Makomborero Zimbabwe. (more…)
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