Make a Donation

Donate via a provider:

Direct Giving:

Donate with CAF

Set up a monthly standing order or give a one-off gift via your bank or building society by sending us an Email Request we will then send you our Charity Bank details.

Donating in this way ensures 100% of your donation goes directly to our projects.

Completing and returning the available Gift Aid form means The T.E.A. Project can claim an additional 25 % on your donation at no extra cost to yourself.

We will keep you updated on the work and impact that your donation has enabled so you can continue to appreciate the real benefit.

Make your donations go further

The Government operates a scheme called Gift Aid that allows charities to claim the basic rate tax on every pound donated. So if you donated £100 to The T.E.A.. Project, it means that you’ll actually be giving us at least £125.

Giving under Gift Aid means that so much more money can be raised at no extra cost to our donors.

To ensure that the Gift Aid claim is valid, meaning we can claim the money back, it’s vitally important that all the information asked for on the Gift Aid Declaration Form is provided.

Download the form

Donate Educational Resources:

School supplies
A donation to The T.E.A. Project enables us to provide the essential training and workshops needed to empower vulnerable children living in poverty.

A gift of £10 provides vital T.E.A.-Training materials, £30 funds one fully staffed equipped day of L.I.F.E. Training and £100 allows The T.E.A. Project to employ a local Project Worker full time.

We are a grass roots charity doing some big work. Every penny is felt. Your donation is vital to that success.

"Thank You - You make The T.E.A. Project possible"

Registered UK Charity no.1163485, INGO FL-172204 (Sri Lanka)

Phone: +94 (0) 76 868 9599


Sri Lanka

During recent decades Sri Lanka has made considerable progress in improving the day-to-day lives of its citizens and children. Despite deep trauma left following the end of civil war, a spate of natural disasters and a legacy of unsettled political, legal and institutional change Sri Lanka has done well to advance the situation of children across the country.

However, children around the island desperately need support to fully realise their rights and unlock their individual potential. Extreme poverty continues to exist, particularly in the North, East, rural tea plantation communities and urban areas.

Vulnerable communities face the threat of infant and under-five mortality, malnutrition and unequal access to preventative and curative health services. Violence, abuse and exploitation still disturb communities, institutions and homes because poor awareness coupled with a scarcity of coordinated, well-resourced and readily-available child protection services make it hard for children to go about their lives free from fear, abuse or discrimination.

Too many children are leaving the education system without the skills or resilience to prepare them for life and the mind-set needed to strive in today’s competitive society.