About Us
New Campaign
Get Involved
The Team/Contact

There are a number of ways in which you can get involved with the charity:

Become a member

Learn more about the work of the charity and receive our newsletters. Membership is free.


  1. Monthly donations by standing order or direct debit enable us to plan our work in the sure knowledge that we will have sufficient funds never to let a child down.

  2. One off donations by cheque, a direct transfer into the charity’s bank account, or online go towards a current campaign or project or towards the general work of the charity.

    To make monthly or one-off donations, please download the Donation Form and return to the treasurer (address on botton of form).

    Donation Form - Word Donation Form - PDF

    Alternatively use the Donate button for the link to our CAF Donate page and donate online.

    Donate online at CAF
  3. Sponsor a child. This is a special kind of giving that creates a relationship between you and the child you are sponsoring. We will send you information about your child, school reports and letters from the child whose life you are changing. The donations for your child are combined with the gifts of other sponsors and donors to benefit all the children we support in our education programme. Please contact Belinda: belinda@imara-ugandaeducationfund.org
  4. You may wish to leave the charity a gift in your will. This should be done through your solicitor or executer.
  5. Organise a fundraising event.


Sending a child to primary school costs around £360 per annum.

Sending a child to secondary school costs around £900 per annum.

The cost of enabling a child to go to college or university is considerably more and will depend on the course and the college.

A few of our children are blind. The cost of a Braille machine for their school is around £750. We purchase Braille machines in England and ship them out. Braille paper can be purchased in Uganda at a cost of around £80 per box.

The UK trustees meet most of the costs of local administration and other local expenses themselves. Administration costs in Uganda are kept as low as possible.