Sabre implements new ways of teaching education in Ghana for 4-5 year olds, as this is the age that is most important for future change. Education is made fun through activity, play and dance, and every day we are taking steps to ensure the next generation has a brighter future. Click here to watch our #stepsforchange film.

Please join us in making steps for change with one of our FUNdraising ideas! #StepsforChange

Here are some great initiatives you can get involved in to help raise awareness of the important work we do in Ghana and raise valuable funds so we can keep making steps to ensure the next generation has a brighter future.

Monster Triathlon

Host a Red, Gold & Green Day

Eat for Education

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If you would like more information on fundraising for Sabre and how we can support you please contact us by email

See what our fundraisers have been up to….

Image: Cake saleColes Cook Up
Betsy and Katie Coles arranged a Ghana themed luncheon for their friends and family and used Ghanaian fabric to decorate the table. Guests attending and even those who could not make the date donated generously raising £1,180
Image: Jonathan CarterIronman Challenge
Jon Carter set himself the amazing challenge of completing the Zurich Ironman, which involved a 2.5 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride and 26 mile run!! Jon spent months training and endured some gruelling sports therapy massages in order to meet this challenge and achieve his £2,000 fundraising target.
_Tony_GriffithsCake bake
Tony Griffiths of Tullow Oil and his family baked and sold cakes to friends and colleagues and raised a tasty £594, as part of our Brighter Futures Marathon Team. Tony completed the New York City Marathon with the Brighter Futures team in November, together raising over £150,000. 
Image : Kevin LightBrighter Futures Marathon
Kevin Light from Tullow Oil was part of our 2014 Brighter Futures Marathon Team, he set himself the phenomenal challenge of completing five Marathons and Ultra Runs, culminating in the New York City Marathon which he ran barefoot!