Join us and become a Giver

Your generosity is the lifeblood that enables us to care for our children in Tanzania.

Every donation is welcome, whether it’s a one-off or a regular donation. Regular donations, however small, help even more to ensure ongoing care for our children.

Sponsor a Child

We appreciate long-term donations that are associated with the sponsorship of a child in our care in Tanzania.  Please do this by following this link.

 On-line Donation via CAF

The easiest and quickest method to make a donation is by means of the on-line Charities Aid Foundation (CAF)  facility that Malaika Kids UK uses.  This link takes you directly to CAF

Standing Order

You can do this online, through your bank, stating the standing order beneficiary as:

Name: Malaika Kids UK
Account: 00093337
Sort Code: 40-52-40
Bank: CAF Bank

Please include your full name as a reference.

If you are a UK tax payer, HMRC will uplift your donation by 25%. For us to claim GiftAid please print and complete complete this Gift Aid declaration form, then return it to the address given at the foot of the Gift Aid form.

If you can’t make an online standing order, please email our treasurer, Emile Farhi with your name and address and he will send you a Standing Order form.


Please send your cheque, made payable to Malaika Kids UK, to:

Malaika Kids UK
6 Lauderdale Mansions
London W9 1NE

If you are a UK taxpayer, please print and complete this Gift Aid declaration form and send it in with your cheque to the address given at the foot of the Gift Aid form.

Donors outside the UK

To donate by bank wire/transfer, please do so to the following Malaika Kids UK account with CAF (Charities Aid Foundation) :

Account Name: Malaika Kids UK
IBAN:  GB92CAFB40524000016798

Leave a Legacy

Your will is one of the most important documents you’ll write.

It’s a chance for you to help and provide for your loved ones, and to keep making a difference after you’re gone.

The kind of gifts you can leave to Malaika Kids:

  • A share of your estate (Residuary Legacy): Once you’ve worked out what you’re leaving to family and friends, you can donate a share, or all of what’s left.
  • A specific sum of money (Pecuniary Legacy): If you want to leave a lump sum to us, you specify this amount in your will.
  • A specific item: Jewellery, a first edition book, or any item that you think will be of some value to our work when sold.

Please let us know if you decide to leave a legacy to Malaika Kids UK.  Please email 

Already have a will?

If you already have a will and want to leave a legacy gift to Malaika Kids, all you have to do is make a codicil (Latin ‘amendment’).  So speak to your solicitor about making a codicil to your existing will, and they’ll take it from there.

If you decide to leave a minimum of 10% of your estate to UK charities, the tax rate payable on your estate will drop. from 40% to 36%, so HMRC and not your inheritors will be paying the lion’s share of your legacies. We therefore urge you to consider leaving such a legacy to Malaika Kids UK, if you are considering this option.

A fuller explanation can be found on the HMRC site.

Over the last ten years, we have spent 97% of our income directly supporting the children in Tanzania.