Growing2gether is currently our largest project. To know more click here Read here a facilitator’s story of Milly, an energetic young person whose connection to her Growing2gether group has helped her find a new direction… (Names changed for confidentiality reasons. Photos do not correspond to the story) Milly’s school was very keen for her to join […]
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A friend is one of the nicest things you can have, and one of the best things you can be.” – Douglas Pagels Sponsoring a child is an amazing act of kindness. When you choose to give a small amount of money each month, not only do you change a child’s life for the better, […]
Rachel and Simon are finally home! They have managed to raise an astounding £8000 to support both children and projects run by Ecologia Youth Trust. They ran around the coast of Ireland, covering more than 2,500 miles over 8 months. Here’s what Simon had to say about their journey… “Rachel and I arrive at the […]
This April, we have sent €500 worth of e’Pap Porridge to our Sky Is The Limit Children’s Centre in Uganda. e’Pap is a “high energy vitamin and mineral enriched” food supplement which has been developed to tackle Africa’s food and nutrition crisis. The belief is that a balanced diet is a key factor in fighting […]
Ecologia Youth Trust were ecstatic to have Cabinet Secretary Aileen Campbell visit some of the Growing2gether staff and pupils at Charleston Academy on 14th February. The Growing2gether project is one of 22 community projects to receive funding from a pot of £2,000,000! Find out more about the exciting news she came along to announce in […]
The Wetlands Biological Sewerage treatment project at Kitezh Children’s Community & Orion is now completed. On 31st March 2005 Ecologia Trust received a grant to build Reedbeds for biological wastewater treatment at Kitezh and Orion under the auspices of Small Environmental Projects Scheme, Russia (SEPS-3).