Usborne Books at Home has donated 42 boxes of books worth many hundreds of pounds to REACT
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By kind courtesy of OFIE-Direct, the UK’s most reliable door-door shipping company one of REACT’s university student’s in Ghana receives his box for the semester
Ebenezer returns to school at Akropong school for the blind
Big Yellow Oxford, the No.1 place for all storage solutions
REACT picked up the first consignment of Healthcare equipment from Millbrook Healthcare Centre in Didcot, Oxfordshire.
Big Yellow Self Storage Oxford has provided free storage facility to REACT to help alleviate the charity’s storage challenges.
REACT turned 2 on the 3rd of December 2018 and celebrated the day with a fundraising dinner.
Barely two years old but REACT’s intervention projects continue to impact communities at an unbelievable pace.
By kind courtesy of Osei-Kusi Foundation (OKF) http://oseikusifoundation.org/
REACT renewed our commitment to Sherifa by ensuring her journey into a new school was fulfilled.
As our projects continue to impact lives in many parts of Ghana, the number of children in our folds also continues to increase.
Emmanuela Wadza finally at the age of 8 sets foot into a classroom for the first time by kind courtesy of REACT with support from SAGE Publishing.
At REACT one of our values is to celebrate success stories and learn from our challenges and Richard Denu brought us both this year.
The UN’s day of Persons with Disability by Dr Felix Nana Kofi Ofori
Leon Roos, one of REACT’s inspirational Trustees and his Dad Philip have completed a 100-mile cycling race at the Birmingham Velo cycle event to raise funds for REACT.
REACT took delivery of books donations worth £400 from Usborne Children’s Books; an award winning independent children’s book publisher in the UK.
As part of our promises to disabled children REACT has donated items worth about £2000 to 39 vulnerable children in Ghana.
REACT inspired by the support of donors and its TRUSTEES sends its first shipment to Ghana