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Make a donation

With your help we really can build a brighter future for school children in Ghana, giving thousands of young Ghanaians the best possible start to their education.


Give As You Live (GAYL)

Give As You Live is a fantastic free donation scheme, which allows you to raise money for Sabre every time you shop online, at no extra cost! Simply download the Give As You Live widget to your computer, smart phone or tablet, create an account and set Sabre as your charity of choice. Every time you shop online at stores that are signed up to the scheme, a percentage of your total spend will be passed to us.
Full details can be found at with instructions on how to get started!

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CAF America

CAF America is a global grantmaking organisation assisting corporations, foundations, and individuals. CAF streamline the grantmaking process to eliminate risk and administrative burden. CAF help donors support great causes by assisting them in making strategic, effective, and tax-advantaged grants internationally and domestically.
Through CAF America US donors can give directly to the Sabre Trusts and obtain a tax deduction. As a US public charity, CAF America is able to accept funds from American donors who can then recommend that CAF America use those funds to support our Brighter Futures programme.


Thank you

With your support we really can build a brighter future for school children in Ghana. This is not a crisis appeal, this is an opportunity to support a programme that is making a very real long term difference to people’s lives in Ghana – one of the most stable and potentially successful countries in Africa. Please make Sabre’s Brighter Futures programme your chosen cause and help us to give these children the best possible start to their education.

Tax deductible giving
Any donation to Sabre from individuals and companies in the UK can be tax efficient – GiftAid allows us to recover an extra 25% on top of individual donations, and companies can offset up to 5% of any donation against their corporation tax bill.