Ripple Africa

Did you know that I also work two days a week for a wonderful charity based in Buckingham called Ripple Africa?

Ripple Africa do amazing things in Malawi, from forest conservation, tree planting, fish conservation, building pre-schools and schools and so much more.

Christmas is a time to be with friends and family, sharing memories and creating new ones. It is also a time that we give presents but why not give a gift that makes a difference?

And whilst some are struggling with re-stocking their shelves with Christmas gifts, the Ripple Africa elves are on top of things – and the reindeers are geared up too so no delivery problem either.

Instead of another pair of socks or smellies set, why not plant trees in Malawi? Or you can support children at pre-school or provide clean water to a village in rural Malawi.

These gifts make a memorable present for the recipient as they know their gift will keep on giving long after Christmas. Starting at only £5, your gift can mean so much more this year.

Ripple Africa Charity Christmas Cards

Mixed pack of two designs from original paintings by Faston, a local artist and a mixed pack of two photographs taken by the team in Malawi.  The cards are manufactured from sustainably certified, 100% recycled fibres.

The greeting inside the cards reads “With Best Wishes for Christmas and the New Year”.

They come in packs of 10 – five of each design.

One pack is £7.00 including delivery.

Ripple Christmas Cards

School Meals & Education – £5

Help a child receive an early years education and school meal in a safe learning environment.

child eating sweet potato ripple africa malawi

Tree Planting – £5

Plant trees with a family in Malawi – and protecting existing forests too

Tree planting in Malawi

Disabilities and Rehabilitation – £7

Support a disabled child to receive vital therapy and equipment.

Disability project in Malawi

Fuel Efficient Cookstoves – £10

Build a fuel-efficient cookstove to help both a family and the environment in rural Malawi.

Fuel Efficient Cook Stove - Ripple Africa

Sweet Potato Farming – £16

Help a family grow orange-fleshed sweet potato vines to improve their diet

Sweet potato farmer - Ripple Africa

Fish Conservation – £20

Protect fish breeding areas so baby fish have a safe place to grow and then breed.

Fish Conservation

School Desks – £35

Equip a classroom with a desk for three primary school students to learn from.

School Desks in Malawi

Clean Water – £100

Repair a borehole and provide clean water to hundreds in a village in rural Malawi.

Carrying Water in Malawi