We hope you had a lovely Easter! At Ecologia, we love this time of year. The days are growing longer, Spring bulbs are creating beautifully bright displays, and over the season our days are filled with the wonder of what’s possible: new life and new beginnings-and that is exactly what we reflect in our work […]
September 2020 is an exciting month and we are celebrating! Whether you call it a Quarter Century, a Silver Jubilee, Quadranscentennial or simply a 25th Anniversary; we have been officially supporting and guiding young people across the world for 25 years. We are so proud we have been sharing our favourite stories and achievements […]
In loving memory… 24th June 2019, marks the passing of a dear friend, Henrietta Rose. The extraordinary breadth of her interests and the many ways she served her family, her friends and her community were evidenced by the tributes paid to her. One of the great loves of her life was Sky Is The Limit […]
Earlier this year, Tarnos School in western Kenya was welcomed into the Ecologia family. Founded in 2009, Tarnos is a low-cost community school providing quality education for children in a large rural area inhabited by the Kalenjin, Kikuyu and Luo communities. What began as a simple building for 50 children, is now a school for […]
At Ecologia, we are privileged to see youngsters, both at home and abroad, growing in self-esteem and the ability to make a difference – all thanks to their parents, mentors, teachers, and you, our donors, volunteers, and supporters.
You make it possible for great things to happen for our young people!
This has been a momentous year for Ecologia. Together we have achieved so much, and we plan to do even more! We hope you will enjoy the good news about our work around the world.
Being separated from one’s parents and family creates disadvantage, and our commitment is to empower disadvantaged young people which includes creating opportunities to make friends in other cultures. Our Summer 2016 Newsletter is now out and is filled with stories about how the connections that have been weaved are changing, transforming and uplifting those that our project partners support.
Imagine a poor rural family, two small boys and two alcoholic parents. Inevitably the social services stepped in and the boys were taken to a ‘shelter’. Fortunately not long after, a couple from Kitezh were looking for two children to take into their family. Read on.