Abbie Isaacs Next summer I will be travelling to Uganda with a group of Exeter RAG students to volunteer with East African playgrounds, helping to build a fun, safe and sustainable playground for hundreds of young children to use for generations to come. I will be able to witness first hand the impact the amazing work East African Playgrounds has had, and continues to have, on these communities, inspiring them to learn, explore and develop themselves.

Even a small amount can make a huge impact; giving these kids the ability to play and have fun as a child should:
- £15 – Play motorbike, also known as a Boda Boda
- £20 - Full Safety Equipment for one member of staff - Safety boots, safety glasses, ear defenders, googles, gloves and overalls.
- £85 - Relaxation and games area within a playground.
- £250 - Obstacle Course of 7 elements for children to climb, jump and hide.
- £500 - Three swing sets with 4 swing seat on each, everyone's favourite.
- £800 – Educational Play training course delivered to 16 schools.
- £900 - Adventure complex with slides, climbing walls and much more.
- £1,600 - 100 sessions of creative play deliver to the children's hospital.

As part of this trip I will also be trekking for 5 days to visit some of the last remaining silverback gorillas in their natural environment. Part of my fundraising money will also help go towards the conservation of these amazing, and critically endangered species.

I am truly grateful for any and all contributions throughout my fundraising.

Thank you. Abbie Isaacs