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Annual Report time again!

Our second annual report has hit the streets! Get your hands on it here: 2012/2013 annual report. Over the last 12 months we’ve mastered a few ‘to do’ lists, re-prioritised a couple of tasks and most importantly, continued to grow and help more young people on the ground in Bolivia. Thank you to all of our […]

Travel, the world and stopping through Bolivia

Context is all important. We are really pleased to be putting this up today.  A blog about travel and the experience of coming through the beautiful country that is Bolivia. Thanks Gavin for dropping this one for a little. Whilst thinking about what to write for this post, I ventured into our attic and dragged […]

Anyway – that’s my donor’s story

Check it out, guest blog. Thanks to the following, uber-talented person who needs to be recognised as both passionate and considered in everything he does. Not only that, Duncan and Niki were the first ever donors of A Little Charitable Trust and therefore people who will always be very special to us. You can only be […]

It’s Always Sunny in Cochabamba

Our second guest blog is a lifestyle piece on living, working and playing in Cochabamba. Thanks to our friend and volunteer Lily Young who spent time on the ground working alongside our beneficiary project. Trying to select a handful of photos to sum up the experience of living in Cochabamba is just about as difficult […]

Meet Cristian

Cristian (11) joined the performing arts class of a little charitable trust in April 2012.  He lives in the Montenegro region of Bolivia, near Quillacollo, with his mother, stepfather and older brother in a tiny, one bed, room. Cristian’s 11 years haven’t been easy. He has never known his real father and his stepfather can be […]

Meet Zaida

Zaida (12) joined the performing arts class of a little charitable trust in April 2011 and lives in a rented room with her family on the outskirts of Cochabamba, Bolivia. Zaida and her two little sisters used to sell “Salchipapas” (hotdogs and french fries) from a small stand by their house. This job was difficult as […]

One square meal

Guest blog on the importance of nutrition for little people. All thanks to the culinary queen, killer crafts-mistress and kick-ass mum, Lauren Butler of Needle & I Design.  Of all the things I thought I might find challenging about having a baby, feeding her well was not something that featured on my somewhat exhaustive list. It came […]

Pub quiz for good – 28 November 2012

Take two of our London pub quiz series is happening on 28 November 2012. The kind folks at Crate Brewery are opening their hearts, doors, brew and yummy pizza ovens to support our charity pub quiz. £5 per person, 7pm 28 November 2012. More info on Facebook. And with such a lovely poster (thanks Gareth), […]

Who is John Connell?

I know who John Connell is because I worked for him in Bolivia as a volunteer. John is a man who came to Bolivia while he was still a teenager and then – basically – never left. Originally heralding from the United States he has held on to a lot of his American heritage. Most […]

Our first annual report – out now!

We are pleased to (belatedly) bring you our very first transparency report for the period since our launch March 2011 – May 2012 (14 months). Thank you to all of our donors, supporters, volunteers, friends and family, it has been a stimulating and inspiring first chapter. We are excited about what we can achieve in the coming […]

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