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Support For World in Need is a grassroots aid organisation. With a focus on health, education, and the alleviation of poverty, SFWIN currently works in:

 

 

 

 


SFWIN is committed to providing aid where it is needed regardless of race, religion, politics, or gender.

 

 
Urgent Needs PDF Print E-mail

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka 2012

 

SFWIN is seeking funding to support its newly established Orphanage, St Mary's Home in northern Sri Lanka, now home to 10 orphaned children. Read more.


 

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* SFWIN's social lunches are running every 6-weeks regularly - newcomers always welcome. Next date: 7th December 2016, 12.30pm. Further information here.

 
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Helping in Kosovo

Do you care passionately about the world around you? Would you be interested in joining a dynamic and friendly team? Support For World in Need is always grateful to anyone who would like to help in any way, with ideas or fundraising. All our members and supporters give their time voluntarily - your help could make a real difference.

 

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You could change someone's future forever.

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If you want to make a difference by sponsoring a child, click to find out more.

 

 

‘I am very grateful to you…My parents are dumb and deaf and my father is paralysed. He can’t do anything…just sitting. Thank you for your scholarship aid’. – Rushani.

 

 

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SFWIN Supports:

CAMPAIGN: Call on the PM
We need to set a limit on the world’s greenhouse gas emissions and share them fairly between countries. We also need a circular economy, because we want to make things that can be repaired and reused, not just put in the bin.

CAMPAIGN: Let's make tax fair
Sign our petition for a Tax Dodging Bill - We all pay our taxes. But companies like Amazon, Google and Starbucks can get away with not paying their fair share. This is costing developing countries an estimated $300 billion every year in lost revenues. These funds could be used to tackle poverty, providing essential services and infrastructure like healthcare.