The work of Potter’s Village is funded entirely by donations from individuals, churches, charities and legacies.
Running costs for the whole project are approximately £85,000 per year. These include milk and nappies, wages for the staff (primarily the babies’ carers), electricity, etc. One-third of the running costs are paid by regular donors.
You can make a regular contribution to the work of Potter's Village by sponsoring a child, becoming a regular donor, or by making a one off donation. All donations are critical to enable Potter's Village to continue to give life saving support and help to so many families, now and in the future.
To make a one off donation please fill out our donation form and enclose a cheque payable to the 'Friends of Potters Village' to our Assistant Treasurer Brenda Beardwood. There is a gift aid declaration on the form. If you are a UK tax payer and are eligible, please complete this section as well.
Please consider making a regular donation. This can be done by setting up a Standing Order to either sponsor a child or to contribute to general running costs. Please click on the links below.
By making a donation you can help to meet the costs of running Potter's Village or by giving a specific gift.
To make a secure online donation, please use these quck links to our JustGiving page.
These regular donations are what ensures Potter's Village can continue to grow and save lives. Please consider doing this today and making a huge difference to those in need.
If you would like to send donated items to Potter's Village and would like some guidance about what to send, please click on the links below for a list of items that are always useful.
Imagine a gift that could transform a child’s life forever - with just a small gift in your Will, you can give life, health, hope and happiness to children facing uncertain futures without Potter’s Village.
A gift to Potter’s Village in your Will is life changing - you could help us to save the lives of many children and support some of Uganda’s poorest families. Since Potter’s Village started in 2007 we have helped save the lives of hundreds of children.
We know that your family and friends will always come first, but once you have secured their future, you could change the future of children in Kisoro.
If you have already decided that you would like to remember The Potter’s Village in your Will, please use a solicitor to ensure your wishes are clear and unambiguous. All you need are our details: Friends of Potter's Village (Registered Charity No. 1173948) c/o All Saints' Church, 155 Church Lane, Marple, Stockport, SK6 7LD
Alternatively you can download a Codicil Form here.