Kenilworth Lions club have given The Treetop Foundation it's largest donation to date. It included thousands of pencils, mattresses and medical equipment. We're excited to announce the Lions club has pledged to continue it's on-going support of the charity.
The Treetop Foundation has begun feeding the entire town of Tombodu. Due to the on-going pandemic, food shipments from overseas have sky rocketed in price and the townspeople feared starvation. The charity has also set up an education program to teach good hygiene practices. We've also set-up hand washing stations all over.
The charity funded Sahr Samuel Quee, the headmaster of the UMC Tombodu School, to visit the St. Anne's Primary School in Grantham to learn about the educational system in the UK. He firmly expressed his gratitude as he feltthe Children of Sierra Leonne could greatly benefit with insights and knowledge he could take back with him
All students at the Treetop Academy receivedsufficient school supplies.
The Tree Top Foundation now sponsor The Treetop Academy. This secondary school was so impoverished that it was not recognised by the government. Building materials were provided immediately to help restore the dilapidated building. The charity also has plans in place to carry out further renovation works.
The Treetop Foundation started the daily feeding programme for 212 students at the Treetop Academy.
The Treetop Foundation ships a container filled with boxes of educational resources, cooking utensils, children's clothing and many more items. To the UMC Tombodu Primary school.
After our first visit to Tombodu, The Treetop Foundation started a feeding programme at the UMC Tombodu Primary school. All 288 children and staff receive two meals per day.