Starfish brings life, hope and opportunity
to children orphaned or made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS in South
Africa by identifying the very best community-based organisations
and partnering with them to ensure the highest quality care.
You can make a difference - one child at a
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Make a difference - help us help a child
Put a spring in your step and join Starfish for our annual
Breakfast Run and Picnic on Sunday 16th March 2014. With children's
entertainment and tasty picnic baskets for all runners, it promises
to be an exciting day of family fun! Suitable for all levels there
will be a 5k and 10k run and children's 100m dash. So whether you
are looking for a personal best or just to get over the finish line
intact, this is a great day out for all!
Ride London 2014
Take on this exciting challenge whilst completing one of the
most exciting, scenic routes across London. Cycle 100 miles from
Queen Elizabeth Olympic park and through the stunning Surrey
countryside; a route made famous by the world's best cyclists at
the London 2012 Olympics. Receive nutritional advice, a training
schedule and fundraising support. This is an amazing accomplishment
to have under your belt!
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and respect amongst a community that has been deeply affected by
the AIDS pandemic. The programme covers an expansiv...more
Situated in one of the poorest regions of South Africa, Isipho
gives children who have been made vulnerable or orphaned by AIDS a
chance to complete their education to the s...more
Sethani is a community-based project that provides vital support
and gives hope to the escalating number of children who have been
orphaned or made vulnerable by the HIV/AID...more
The Zisize Educational Trust works in the northernmost tip of
KwaZulu Natal where the population is 120,000 and around 57% are
under the age of 19. In KwaZulu Natal an estimated ...more