Our Mission

Generating growth for African children and communities devastated by HIV-AIDS and poverty, through the goodwill of people in the UK and elsewhere

News Archive - July - 2019

Brave the Shave

Brave the Shave

Mike has raised over £2,000 for GAGA project 1000 Hills Community Helpers through a crowdfunding page, encouraging his friends to contribute in exchange for him loosing every hair from his head!  with friends like that...... who needs enemies!

GAGA Welcomes Richard

GAGA Welcomes Richard

The Board of GAGA are pleased to annouce the appointment of a new trustee, Richard Lucas.

Richard is a management consultant specialising in organisational development and business transformation. He has over 30 years experience in industry and consulting, starting his career in Human Resources in the car industry, moving on to leadership roles in consulting with firms including PwC and Sia Partners.

He now works independently for clients mainly in the Energy sector.  Richard worked extensively on a volunteer basis with the leadership team of one of the Prince’s charities, Youth Business International, helping them to develop from a small team, to launching as an independent charity and onwards to a team of over 30 at the centre of a network of youth entrepreneurship programmes across the world.

Richard has recently joined the Board of GAGA as a Trustee and is fully committed to our belief in creating sustainable futures for all children. Beside contributing fully to GAGA in the trustee role, his particular focus will be to help us develop our proposal to Corporate donors and to bring to us his experience and insight in organisational development.

Stratford River Festival July 2019

Stratford River Festival July 2019

GAGA takes a stand at the Stratford River Festival 2019

The first weekend of July sees the popular River Festival taking place in our home town of Stratford upon Avon.  In order to maintain GAGA's profile in the town and to provide an opportunity for people to purchase the beautiful beadwork and other items we bring back from South Africa, we have taken a pitch for the last few years.  We raised nearly £500 for our funds at the festival this year, and as a result have nearly SOLD OUT of beaded animals!

We also wanted to ensure that the residents of Stratford and visitors to the River Festival learned about our Remembering Tree yarnbombing activities.  So this year we transported our display tree and it made a wonderfully woolly focal point and conversation starter for us!

A big THANK YOU to all the people who stopped by the stand and helped to #makeadifference

 

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