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Quicken Trust’s sponsored children in Kabubbu, Uganda, achieve diploma & degree
level education because 100% of donations, used in partnership with local
people, ensure destitute children have opportunity for transformation. Through
no fault of their own – AIDS, famine, war, corrupt leaders – families have been left destitute and children orphaned.
Quicken Trust shows God’s love in action by providing the resources they lack so they can support themselves; with healthcare, education and welfare, Kabubbu Kids flourish and free themselves from the injustice of poverty imposed by others. Ultimately, the aim is a self-sustaining community.

Gift Aid is used for the Trust’s general purposes in the UK to support a small team of
part-time staff and volunteers in East Sussex; it is vitally important to us.

Quicken Trust is a Sussex-based Christian charity which is transforming the lives of
people living in poverty in Kabubbu, Uganda.
It works in partnership with a range of organisations around the UK and worldwide. Among those linking up with Quicken have been British Airways, as well as Unicef, The British Council, Graze and Mildmay Mission Hospital.Quicken Trust is proof that small can be beautiful! It has just six part-time staff led by its founder, Geoff Booker, and his wife Geraldine, who is Director of Development. But has hundreds of supporters and volunteers including nearly 700 who sponsor children. Over a thousand volunteers have worked on projects, or got involved in the UK.Uganda’s Vice-President, Edward Ssekandi ( 2010), said: “This is the finest example of rural development I have ever seen or heard of in Uganda.”

Charity No: 1102474

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