Thank you to our supporters who fundraise to help Charlene’s Project

We massively appreciate the support of people here in Northern Ireland allowing us to help children and young people in Uganda in the Kiryandongo Cluster. Recently some of our supporters set themselves a challenge to complete to raise money as we try and progress Phase 2 of Charlene Secondary School build. Some individuals set themselves […]

Skydiving to help Ugandan children

Darren Percy recently completed a 15,000 foot skydive to raise funds for Phase 2 of Charlene Secondary School in Uganda. Darren was extremely brave – he was more worried about doing a promotional video than doing the actual skydive!! This video and pictures gives a little insight into the amazing courage of Darren in going […]

Poppa Jim’s Lands End to John O’Groats Challenge

Charlene’s Poppa is determined to continue to cycle to raise money for Charlene’s Project. At present he is doing a virtual cycle on an exercise bike, aiming to complete the distance from the South of England to the tip of Scotland. He has just turned 97 this year and he sees this as his way […]

Visit to Charlene Secondary School

What a wonderful privilege we had recently of visiting the new Charlene Secondary School during our return to Uganda post pandemic. When we last visited in Jan 2020 we had identified the site for the school with the newly appointed Ugandan Trustees of Charlene Education Foundation. As we have watched from a distance the plans […]

1,056 km nearly completed

Poppa Jim is no ordinary 95 year old. His target in 2022 was to virtually cycle around Ireland this calendar year. Unbelievably he is 6 months ahead of schedule and will complete his 1,056 km cycle before the end of June. With failing health during lockdown he started doing a little bit on a cycling […]

Charlene Secondary School is open

EXCITING NEWS Charlene’s legacy continues On Monday 17th January the secondary school we have been dreaming off for quite a few years opened in temporary accommodation until the building completes, hopefully by the end of March. Charlene’s Project has been supporting 8 neighbouring primary schools in Uganda and for some time we have been working […]

Education in Uganda during the Pandemic– looking back and looking forward

OMICRON has impacted in Uganda too and despite the recent increase in cases of COVID infection, children have thankfully returned to school on 10th January. Over the last 2 years schools have been in and out with lockdown being very different there to regards the “Home Learning” experience. With no computers, very few mobile phones […]

Poppa Jim has BIG plans for 2022

On behalf of Charlene’s Project I wish to thank all those good people who supported me on my recent 180km cycle in aid of Charlene’s Project to help build a school which they so badly need in Uganda. We raised over £8,000 which was a terrific result for all concerned. As for me it was […]

Donate in lieu of Christmas Presents

Would you and your family and friends consider forgoing Christmas presents this year and make a donation in lieu of presents to help us raise the money to build the Secondary School in Uganda for children who otherwise won’t get to school? Thanks. As Christmas approaches we are asking for donations to help us […]

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