Beautiful historic setting

Held in the historic Salisbury Cathedral Close, the Garden Fete raised an incredible £2,500 towards EdUKaid’s Inclusion Project.  The Fete was generously hosted by Tony and Jane Ebel who opened their stunning garden up to the public for the event. 

Tanzanian goods for sale

Guests were able to buy a range of Tanzanian goods including beautiful, handcrafted bags made EdUKaid’s Women’s Cooperative, paintings by artist Freddy Chrispal Mmole and carved wooden items made by villagers in EdUKaid’s base Mikindani.  Swiss sunglasses were also available for a bargain £10 donation.

Salisbury Soroptimist Club provides support

The event was supported by the Salisbury Soroptimist Club whose members sold refreshments, books, and puzzles to raise funds for the charity.

Local restaurant donates pizza

Local restaurant Pizza Venti donated sweet and savoury pizza which was enjoyed by guests in exchange for a donation to EdUKaid.

Inclusion Project

The money raised will support EdUKaid's new Inclusion Project which, 3 months ago, looked like it would not go ahead due to UK Overseas Aid cuts.  This money will give an additional 500 adolescent girls and 40 disabled children the chance of a better future.

Do you have a fundraising idea?

If you would like to organise your own fundraising event for EdUKaid then please get in touch via the website or email [email protected] and we will help you make it a reality.