How you can help

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Sponsoring Academic And Medical Access

S.A.A.M.A (Sponsoring Academic and Medical Access) was founded to provide school sponsorship, medical access, school building, annual health checks for children in our schools etc in Wullinkamma. We are currently working in The Wullingkamma Village area although our work is not limited to this area as we also try to support other clinics with medical supplies, toys and clothing…

Raised £3,327.50

18 supporters

Taxpayers can pay via the donate now buttons on our site which allows the option to add gift aid onto your donation.

Gift Aid is one of the simplest and most effective ways of giving to charity. It is a scheme administered by the Inland Revenue which allows us to claim 25p for every £1 that you donate. So, for example, if you donate £20 we can claim an extra £5, making your gift worth £25.

You simply need to have paid or will pay an amount of income tax and/or capital gains tax that is at least equal to the tax that SAAMA and other charities and Community Amateur Sports Clubs you donate to will reclaim on your donations in a tax year.


How can you help with a donation?

We are very grateful for any one off or monthly donations of any amount. These can be used towards medication, baby milk, dressings and staff wages.

Non taxpayers are best paying into SAAMA bank account directly as third party sites remove a small admin fee from your donation.

Account Name: SAAMA

Sort Code: 60 24 62

Account Number: 16128869

Baby Feeding and Care

It costs £30 to feed each baby every month and a regular monthly donation for this amount would enable you to sponsor and support an individual baby.

We also have a general milk fund where regular or one-off donations of any amount can be made.

Any donation as a regular or one-off donation to our milk fund is massively appreciated and literally would save a life.

Medical Treatment

The charity pays for all medications, dressings, milk, as well as staff wages, electricity and maintenance on the clinic building. Medical treatments and milk are very costly and, as a small charity, we are always in need of donations to help.

It costs approximately £1.20 to provide malaria treatment for one child. We are always very grateful for any one off or monthly donations.

Sponsor a child

To sponsor a named child at the Nursery costs six pounds monthly. The sponsorship covers schooling fees, uniform, teacher salary and all equipment.

Milk for Nursery Children

£120 will pay for a sack of milk powder so our nursery children can have a drink of milk daily for a full term. A donation of £30 would provide milk for 1 month for all of our nursery children.

Breakfast Provision

Due to lack of food, water and malnutrition we experienced children fainting and suffering from dizziness following long walks to school. To reduce these occurrences we decided to provide breakfasts when donors make this possible.

£40 will pay for over 500 needy children to have a breakfast such as porridge flavoured with fruit or a local dish of tapalapa with beans.

Fun Days

When funds allow we organise beach days for a group of 12 children where they can play in the sand, sea, dance to traditional drumming and have lunch. We also trips to visit local attractions such as the Snake Farm, the Crocodile Pool, the Monkey Park, Tanji Museum.

The cost of each day trip is £40 for a group of children. This covers activities, transportation and lunch for the day for all children.

Donation of Goods

We also accept donations of protein milk, high energy baby drinks, in date medications or dressings however this can sometimes prove costly to send over.

Donations of knitted/crocheted baby clothes, hats, blankets or second hand clothes and shoes are always welcomed.

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Baby feeding & care
Milk for motherless babies

Every week the clinic runs a pioneering programme to support babies who have lost their mothers during or shortly after childbirth by providing baby milk and education to family members. 

Raised £2,655.00

35 supporters

Adult Malaria Mosquito of the Genus Anopheles
Medical treatment
Malaria medication

As a charity, we offer affordable malaria testing and treatment for all. But, following a childs death from malaria we provide the treatment FREE to all children under 5 years of age. 

Raised £0000.00

0 supporters

Nursery sponsorship

£50 a year will allow a nursery child to attend school for a year and will cover fees, uniform, teacher wages and all equipment

Raised £869.00

11 supporters