Would you consider becoming a regular giver?
Many of our supporters give regular monthly gifts by standing order, making it easier for them to contribute to our work. Giving a little every month makes a big difference to us and we badly needed funds to secure the long-term future of our sanitation and water programmes in India and Sierra Leone.
Wherever the Need receives no government funding and relies entirely on the generosity of people like you. The impact of your gift will be felt by thousands of people for generations to come.
In just one year your gift would help provide:
£ 5 a month – Clean drinking water for 11 people in Sierra Leone.
£10 a month – Toilets for 214 school children in India.
£20 a month – Community toilets for 358 people in Sierra Leone.
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You can set up a monthly donation below or alternatively set up a standing order by downloading this form
New Ecosan toilets at Chandra school, India
We are delighted to announce the ecosan annex block at Chandra school is now complete. At Wherever the Need we believe that sanitation should come first, because the only sustainable way to ...
We are changing!
Wherever the Need is changing! More information March 22nd 2016. We work in some of the poorest parts of the world building life-saving eco-toilets, clean water and livelihoods systems. Our ...
Monkton Combe School raise money for school ecosan
Huge thank you to Carrie Morley, all the students and especially the charity committee (Jed, Sofya, Harry, Eddy and Billy) at Monkton Combe School, near Bath. We are delighted to announce ...
We value our volunteers – Mary Stansfeld
Mary Stansfeld has recently retired after a 30 year career with the British Council (The British Council is a registered charity specialising in international educational and cultural opportunities). Mary has travelled ...
We value our volunteers – Caroline Biebuyck
Caroline Biebuyck walked her way into volunteering for Wherever the Need after a chance meeting with Andy Barrs, our co-founder, some 4 1/2 years ago, while out walking her dogs in ...