Working to help create change – Charity Commission’s formal accreditation

Esharelife charity foundation

We are celebrating the arrival of the Charity Commission’s formal accreditation of as a registered charity.
This is an important landmark that sets the organisation on a recognised and formal footing and demonstrates’s credentials as a fundraising body working to help create change for some of the most disadvantaged people in the world.

The process involved in achieving registered charity status is rigorous, and that is as it should be.  We are incredibly proud of achieving this and we would like to formally and publicly thank the Charity Commission for working with us, the guidance and the incredible patience shown along the way.

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New Charity eSharelife’s Friends & Supporters Mark First Anniversary at Christmas

eSharelife will mark a year of activity and success in bringing together great artists, great art lovers and good causes when it gathers friends and supporters for its second Christmas party.

The organisation, which works to fund projects for some of the most disadvantaged people across the globe, will take the opportunity to celebrate during the traditional season of goodwill – to thank those who have helped, supported and worked so hard.

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Creating A Brighter Future for Children with Leber Congenital Amaurosis

The second Eyes on the Future Gala Dinner saw guests arrive to a glittering event at one of London’s most exclusive venues and raise £220,000 to fund research to fast-track treatment for an incurable eye condition.

The incredible generosity that was a signature of the evening marks another big step in the fight against one of the cruellest diseases – a disease that guarantees the children with it are blind in their teenage years.

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Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, is home to Kibera, one of the world’s largest slums.

It houses between 170,000 and 1 million locals. Around half of Kenyans live below the poverty line with some 38.5 per cent of the adult population illiterate.  The population is young, around 73% are 30 or under.

Education is one of the biggest steps toward conquering poverty – it offers chances, hope and possibilities.  That’s why Esharelife has committed to support another of AVSI’s Kenyan projects, and support more than 100 students with scholarships at the St Kizito Vocational Training Institute.

The AVSI Foundation has supported the development of several schools in Kenya since the early 90s: kindergartens, elementary, middle, high school and VTIs.

Over time, these schools have shifted from receivers of support to fully-engaged partners in action with a mission to unlock children’s access to schooling.

St. Kizito Vocational Training Institute is one of the schools empowered by AVSI Foundation.


For a Brighter Future: Esharelife & AVSI

Little Prince School Kenya - AVSI Kenya

Last year Esharelife hosted a Christmas party with the aim of changing the lives of children living in dire conditions in a Kenyan slum. That party raised money that has been dedicated to supporting the chances and choices for 50 of those children – funding access to education and improved life skills.

Boys and girls living in one of the region’s hardest environments – a slum named Kibera – come from families for whom every day is a fight for survival.  Going to school means children receive at least one meal a day. School fees are beyond even the most optimistic hopes of their parents. That’s where AVSI comes in, and why Esharelife is proud to partner this incredible charity.

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Esharelife Seeks to Help Share Light for LCA Sufferers

To be just four years old and in the certain knowledge that you’ll go blind by the time you are a teenager or at the latest in your early twenties. From the earliest age, that’s the future for Vicky.  

She is one of those with Leber Congenital Amaurosis (LCA) a severe form of degenerative eye disease.  With no cure, it is turning bright futures dark.

The condition affects thousands in the UK and hundreds of thousands worldwide.

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Esharelife event in London for AVSI Kenya

International aid charity, Esharelife, celebrated 2017 with a London Christmas party which raised just under £14,000 for one of its charity partners.

The event was hosted by Esharelife’s chairman, Dr Maurizio Bragagni MBA, at The Institute of Directors.  Guests were invited to attend – and support one of the Esharelife Foundation’s charity partners, AVSI Kenya.

For more than thirty years AVSI has been working in Kenya to promote the development of local communities, working with the poorest sections of the population.  The charity’s focus is on education and training in the suburbs of Nairobi, in Kibera, one of Africa’s largest slums, and in Dadaab, the most populated refugee camp on the planet.

All money raised during the evening was pledged to AVSI projects to empower disadvantaged children in Kenya and included a presentation by AVSI Project Manager, Antonino Masuri. Guests were also invited to take part in a raffle and auction to raise additional funds.

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