Scotland CARES

Helping Children of Central African Republic

Scotland CARES is a non-profit initiative that helps children in the Central African Republic (CAR).

Since the 2013 coup, the country has struggled to recover, endangering thousands of children. We have helped over 200 children to continue their education and keep the peace between communities. We do this through mentoring programs, teaching young people, boys and girls that education is the road to success. In addition, in recent years, we have provided sports and learning equipment. Join us today! With your help, we could do more.

We aim to renovate schools and create academies where children can study in a better environment.

You can help us achieve this today. Give what you can to help. We would love you to be part of the journey. Together, we could help more children in the Central African Republic stay in school. Visite school repair project

Mentoring session bringing children from all over the country.

How can you help us?

There are many ways to help and support us:

  1. You can donate today from £ 5 to £ 10 or more through our donation form, provided by "Jotform"

  2. join us by filling out the form, we're looking for volunteers to help us make a positive change.

Governance

Edgard Kalambani


Elspeth Wray


Edgard and his wife Elsbeth, founded Scotland CARES in 2013, to give back to the country where Edgard was born and give the children of the Central African Republic hope for a peaceful future. If you want to help out, you can donate what you can or just want to know more about our school repair project, just drop us a line. Thank you for all your little help.

Scotland CARES

9/1 Brougham Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9JS