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Hello guys. We’re excited to share this new 60 second video that explains exactly what we do to help kids and their families in Bolivia. Check it out! Cheers, Bevan + Sarah PS. A million thanks go to our wonderfully talented friend Natasha Brinsden for her creativity, patience and talent in working with us to create this!  Read More

Guest blog from our friend Lucy Blundell, a proactive young Auckland student who spent time in 2013 organising a school festival to raise awareness and funds for A Little.  We think Lucy is one cool young lady with her head in the right place and definitely going places.  Read her story below.   My name is Lucy Blundell, in my final year at St. Cuthbert’s College in Auckland I helped to lead... Read More

What do electric shocks and walking through fire have to do with A Little?  Earlier this year 5 friends got together and hatched a plan. Fed up with the grey London skies and spending another evening in the pub, they decided enough was enough, let’s tackle the toughest obstacles ever devised over 12 miles of mud, hills, blood, sweat and tears! Little did they know what they were getting... Read More

Guest entry from our good friend Rachel Louis – inspiring and impressive as always!   For the last year or so I’ve been running.  Initially because my Nike Plus app told me I was so fast I felt obliged to continue.  But by the time I realised my phone was lying and discovered how entirely average I am, it was too late.   On April 6th I’m going to Gai Paris for my first... Read More

Check it out, this is a great blog from UK based  communications and marketing professional Toby Hopwood. He and his partner have been travelling the world. That adventure took them to Cochabamba, Bolivia in 2013 and A Little Charitable Trust’s Quillacollo project. The following blog originally appeared on his own site Stories from other places and is worth checking out. Thanks for stopping... Read More

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