“ when you read about the desperate poverty in some developing countries, it’s so difficult to know how to help. But sponsoring a child is an amazing way to feel like you can really make a difference”Child Sponsor, Friends of The William Stewart Centre, Malawi
Friends of The William Stewart Centre, Malawi
We are the UK sister charity of The William Stewart Foundation and Sarah Black is our Lead Trustee and our Development Manager. We are based in Central Scotland and our aim is to raise funds and awareness for the Foundation in Malawi. The people supported by the Foundation, in Ibuluma, a village in the far north of Malawi, are living in such poverty that they need a helping hand. Our aim, and theirs, is for the community to work towards self-sufficiency. Please do get in touch, via the contact page, if you would like more information about our work, would like a visit to your school or organisation or would like to get involved. Together we are changing lives.
This is the website for the Friends of the William Stewart Centre, Malawi, which was registered as a charity on 29 May 2019 under SCO 49329.
Where are we?
The William Stewart Foundation is near the town of Chitipa, in the village of Ibuluma. Chitipa District is the northernmost district in the Northern Region of Malawi. The capital is Chitipa (formerly known as Fort Hill). The district covers an area of 4,288 km, and has a population of 126,799.
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