We improve vulnerable children's lives and build brighter sustainable futures.
We have a holistic approach to development, which incorporates education, medical care and nutrition, creating lasting and measurable changes for families in Malawi.
We partner with local communities, organisations and skilled volunteers to break the cycle of poverty with a hand-up rather than a hand-out.
We are a dynamic, grass roots charity who enable you to make a positive difference.
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Our vision is to create small-scale sustainable projects, which will trigger large-scale change in Malawi and in the near future, communities worldwide.
Have you always wanted to make a difference? This is your opportunity.
Be the change you want to see in the world, sponsor a group of our most vulnerable children and give them a chance to sparkle.
If someone asked me when I left School, where did I see myself in 10 years’ time, I would never have predicted the future that has unfolded. I am so blessed... - -Sarah Brook
Malawi is one of the world’s least developed countries where a significant portion of the population lives below the poverty line with serious consequences for children and women. - Lusungu Zgambo
My name is Chisomo Albert and am 13 years old. I am in Standard five at Chikamveka Primary School and I have been coming to Sparkle since it started... - Chisomo Albert
They say it takes a village to raise a child, but sometimes, even a village may not be enough to keep a child engaged in their activities. Children can be very complex... - Ellie Field
Gustav Burton, a 15-year-old Year 10 student at Felsted School, has joined Douglas Motorsport for the balance of the 2018 season and will be participating... - Gus Burton Racing
The holiday season is filled with so much love, joy and happiness. What better way to celebrate than spreading the cheer all all around? When we asked our children in Malawi.... - Sarah Brook
I first heard about Sparkle in September 2016. I had just moved from the UK to Malawi and so wanted to get involved with things, but just didn’t have a clue how to. So, when...
I originally come from a developing country, Pakistan. People living in western countries, considered as the first-world countries have no idea how challenging life can be in developing countries. When the modern world is...
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