Fund Raising

The charity welcomes fundraisers to organise events and Pam & Keith always aim to bring back photographs of items or projects which have been supported

Many volunteers have organised and taken part in ‘fundraising’ events for HOPE in Sri Lanka.

One annual event has been the Sponsored Abseil organise by Harlow Rotary Club. Volunteers have taken part in this for several years and some have bravely tackled this several times. The trustees are very grateful to all who have helped in this way. The funds from this event have helped the charity provide Christmas gifts for 50 children and gone towards supplying much needed educational equipment for the school term.

Sadly due to the Covid-19 Pandemic the abseil could not take place but the charity still hopes to provide the educational supplies.

If you would like to help supply these gifts please contact

When the charity started after the Tsunami students and staff at West Hatch High School, Chigwell were great fundraisers to supply much needed items for students in Sri Lanka.

Students at Stacksteads C of E Primary School have been major fundraisers for HOPE in Sri Lanka encouraged by Sara, our “Northern” trustee. She has organised sponsored events and the children also arranged “Toast Tuesday” making toast every week before school.

Stacksteads Methodist Church have been faithful in both financial and prayer support.

 Caleb group, Buckhurst Hill Baptist Church make donations for their coffee each week. Again this has been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Before the August 2017 Ministry trip several team members organised fundraising events to finance the materials required for the trip.

Leslie -an open mike evening

Brian and Jan hosted a garden party

Di organised a sitcom evenings

Janet organised a table top sale

Madison, a busy fundraiser

Madison, age 12 donated money from cake sales at school and provided enough money for a day trip to Colombo for 50 children and carers.


Tissa and Nick raised £670.90 from their sponsored cycle ride in Yorkshire

Morden Baptist Church donated money towards the kitchen renovation in an orphanage. Kevin and Chris Campbell and Jonathan Thompson completed the 3Peaks challenge towards this too.

Tim and Kay Pollen completed the Grim Challenge to support the work of the charity.

Contributions to the work of Hope In Sri Lanka are always welcome.

Contact details for Hope in Sri Lanka,  Email

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HOPE in Sri Lanka Registered Charity No 1121160