From Infancy to Independence


The Remembering Tree Project

It's too late to have a name remembered in 2021 but you can still donate using our text to donate number or why not be an "earlybird" for the 2022 10th Year Project? #yarnbombing #TheRememberingTree


Author: Claire Whatley

Handmade rose scented soap

We've teamed up with Hope for Excel to bring you these lovely handmade soap with unique African wildlife designs; made in the UK to raise funds for education projects in Kenya and South Africa.

Our team

GAGA's operates with a single UK employee and a Board of Trustees who provide oversight and use their knowledge and experience in support of the achievement of our charitable objects. We are further supported by a project co-ordinator in South Africa and have strong links with project delivery teams, other NGO's and Rotary groups in the UK and southern Africa.



Our impact in 2020/21


Primary 7 pupils taught by a GAGA funded teacher


Baby Clinic appointments funded 1000 Hills Primary Healthcare Clinic 


Students supported through Higher Education in South Africa

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Latest News

  • Christmas Gagazette

    What a year we’ve had!  2021 continued to challenge us in so many ways, not only the intermittent restrictions on fundraising events during 2021 and the “virtual fundraising fatigue” that set in after 2020 but also the devastating impact of the pandemic, floods in Tanzania and the political unrest in KwaZulu Natal. Read more

  • We Have Moved!

    We've moved out of our offices and are now working from home! You can still call us on +44 (0)1789 414088 and you can write to us at GAGA UK, PO Box 6751, Stratford upon Avon CV37 1UQ Read more

  • Celebrate southern Africa invites GAGA's director to share her African Dream

    GAGA's Director Claire was recently interviewed for a podcast entitled "My African Dream" by Dawn Denton of Celebrate Southern Africa. Claire talks about GAGA UK, how she got involved with the charity and why Africa holds such a special place in her heart. Read more