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Buy a Workaid gift for someone to simplify all your gift purchases

It’s as easy as ABC for Anniversaries, Birthdays and Christmas.

Choose one of the ‘virtual’ gifts below, pay safely online and gift cards will be sent to you for giving to your family or friends.

Your gift will have a direct impact in helping to break the cycle of poverty in East Africa, as it will enable someone to pick up a new skill. This will help individuals to become self-supporting so that they can earn a living, buy food and send their children to school.

Your Virtual Gift represents a donation to our life-changing work.

Read stories from the field on our blog to hear more from the people your donation enables us to support.

Give a gift and change a life!

  • Just £10 allows us to supply a haberdashery kit to help a co-operative start a tailoring business.
    Violet, has been empowered by her dressing making training with Levozy Self Help Group to pursue her passion, setting up her own business in the local market. Read more here.
  • A donation of £25 enables a group to set up a business making school uniforms and clothing.
  • A donation of £25 will send a refurbished sewing machine, enabling an individual to start a business to support their family.
    Masika, has been empowered by her training at Kyogha Women Development, finding gainful employment at the town council using her skills and experience to run her own tailoring workshop. Read more here.
  • A Plumbing kit will provide the resources needed to help train aspiring plumbers in their trade and prepare them for their careers.  
  • A donation of £30 will supply a carpentry kit to a self-help group giving them the chance to earn a living and the respect of their community.
    David Miti, a trained carpenter, hasn’t had difficulty finding work since graduating despite being disabled, using his newly acquired skills and essential tools – donated by Workaid. Read more here.
  • With a Masonry kit a young person will have the equipment needed to train as a qualified bricklayer.
    Charles a newly trained bricklayer, who in recognition of his dedicated work ethic has been deservingly granted employment from big contractors. Read more here.
  • An Electrical kit includes the basic tools a young person needs to gain the necessary skills required to become a qualified electrician.
    Gilbert Kawawe, used his ‘Power Electrical’ and later ‘Metal fabrication’ qualifications he earned from Lusaka Youth Resource Centre to found G Hand Works. Read more here.


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