Thank you! Our UK Christmas store raises £1,000 for our school

The staff and children of Ganet’s Adventure School pass on a big thank you to everyone who supported our 2014 Christmas store, which raised £1,000 after costs for the school in Malawi.

The money will go towards vital running costs such […]

Talking fish and illuminated alphabets: an art lesson in Malawi

Art lesson at Ganet's Adventure School, Malawi

Trustees Steve McInerny and Stefanie Posavec were joined on their recent visit to the school in Malawi by GASF supporter and artist at large Deirdre Nelson. Deirdre has supported the school before, […]

Illuminating lessons at revision time with Little Suns

Little Sun solar lights at Ganet's Adventure School, Malawi

The Little Sun solar lights donated to the school in Malawi have been put to great use since they arrived. Trustees Steve and Stefanie saw them in action […]

A Volunteer’s diary, Part 1

Ganet's Adventure School volunteers Gill and Lisa

Gill Buckley and Lisa Bennett, mother and daughter, got in touch with Ganet’s Adventure School about volunteering after finding the website. They are no strangers to volunteering and Gill is a retired teacher, so when they were looking for somewhere to […]

5 easy ways to support Ganet’s Adventure School (and it needn’t cost you a penny!)

Pupils of Ganets Adventure School

Pupils of Ganets Adventure School

Do you want to help our award-winning school in Malawi but are not sure how? We’ve made it as easy as possible:

Give As You Live

Sign up to this free scheme […]

Gertrude, an inspirational mum in Malawi

Gertrude Banda, director of Ganet's Adventure School, Malawi, with family

Life as a mother in Malawi can be tough, as British writer Aurora James found out when interviewing Malawian mum and our school’s founder Gertrude Banda. The interview is for an article […]

Get on your bike for Ganet’s North Downs Adventure!

We are excited to announce our second group cycle ride, Ganet’s North Downs Adventure, on Sunday 24 June 2012.

The 46 mile loop starts and finishes close to historic Hampton Court on the outskirts of London, location of this year’s Olympic cycling time trial. We will also ride up Box Hill along a section […]

A bumper Christmas means new desks in Malawi

The ugly sisters from Cinderella pay our stall a visit at the St Margarets Christmas Fair

We’re pleased to report that we had a very successful Christmas in 2011, raising over £1,300 for the school in Malawi through our market stalls, online store, donations and our Christmas video.

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The 12 days of Christmas – African style!

The 12 Days of Christmas - Malawi style!

We have released our first Christmas video on YouTube, and it’s already drawing the crowds. It shows the children and teachers singing a very special version of “The Twelve Days of Christmas”, adapted for Malawi and complete with actions! The teachers worked with our volunteer Jean Ni from the US to customise the […]

Bringing you Malawi tea from the Rare Tea lady

We are delighted to be able to bring you Lost Malawi tea from the Rare Tea Company, suppliers to the UK’s finest restaurants.

All profits from the tea we sell through the charity go direct […]