Keiron Britton Given the opportunity, providing someone some fun in their childhood is probably enough incentive for you to help and be a part of their experience. But this is much more than just fun, it's helping create a future.

Alongside building playgrounds, over 300 so far, East African Playgrounds also run educational play programmes which increase the use of play-based teaching, resulting in deeper, more connected learning outcomes. This includes social and communicative skills, as well as academic, and as part of the construction of the playgrounds EAP provides welding apprenticeship programmes for young people who have been failed by the current educational programmes, providing them with the skills, knowledge and experiences to create a prosperous future in a trade.

I'll be going Uganda in June 2020, using the money that you have donated to build a playground with a small group of volunteers. Through my Facebook uploads, you will be able to see the playground and the children that you have directly helped towards.

What difference your donation makes
£5.11 can give one child their childhood back through access to a safe, fun and child-focussed playground.
£21.83 can educate a teacher on the importance of including play in education and creates a peer network for them to share their learning in.
£73.80 can equip a street connected young person with everything they need to learn the basics of welding, from their own set of work boots through to ear defenders and glasses.
£131 can teach a community of caregivers and educators about the importance of play at home and school, as well as how to maintain their playground.
£197.61 can train a street connected young person for a month to become a qualified builder or welder through our apprenticeship scheme. Keiron Britton