For the second year running, Tribal Art London has been raising money in support of EdUKaid's work in rural Tanzania.  The internationally recognised fair showcases stunning tribal art exhibits and is attended by the collectors and dealers from across the globe. 

This year, all profit from the exhibition entrance fee was donated to EdUKaid.  The incredible £2,445 raised will be used to fund the salaries of a teaching and teaching assistant at Naumbu pre-primary class in one of EdUKaid's most remote partner schools.  Programme Director Teresa Wells (pictured above right) said 'we are truly honoured and incredibly grateful to be Tribal Art London's charity partner again this year - the money raised will make a huge difference to some of the most disadvantaged children at Naumbu pre-primary'.

The charity partnership was created by exhibition organiser and gallery owner Bryan Reeves (pictured above) who came across EdUKaid's work when travelling through Tanzania in search of tribal art.  Thanks to Bryan, TAL has raised nearly £6,000 for the charity.  Bryan told us 'as always its a pleasure to be connected with EdUKaid - one day I will return to Mikindani and look forward to seeing the results first hand'.

If you are interested in partnering, then please get in touch with us at EdUKaid