Wings of Hope is an educational development charity providing free education
to orphaned and vulnerable children in India and Malawi.
Wings of Hope currently funds and supports several educational projects
across the developing world and in the UK. It is our objective to provide
quality, long-term education over periods of up to 10 years to those who
would otherwise have the least hope of receiving any education at all. The
poor and orphaned children who attend our schools can look forward to a
future of promise instead of poverty, contribution instead of destitution,
and hope instead of despair.
The Wings of Hope seeks to stimulate education in its broadest sense not just
in India and Malawi, but also in the UK. The Wings of Hope Achievement Award
(affectionately called WOHAA) challenges UK students in years 9 – 13 to
fundraise as innovatively as possible whilst developing key transferrable
skills including teamwork, creativity and leadership. The purpose of WOHAA is
to challenge students to step outside their comfort zones and develop an
awareness of social responsibility.
“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for life.”