From seeing how our children are developing, the amazing support we get from our fundraisers to understanding the ins and out of running Open Arms, we’ve got it covered here.
It was a real privilege to work with a fantastic group of individuals from Kings College London at the end of last year. The student-founded organization "Open Generation" organized an art event in Austria raising over 15,000 euros for children in Malawi.Read more
At the end of February the Mpenda village headman in Mangochi District found an abandoned baby in the grounds of a church. The tiny baby boy was in a bad condition and needed help urgently. It is a traumatic experience for everyone involved when this happens as there are concerns for the child's welfare, how to get access to the right help quickly enough and worries for the parents too. Read more about Jack's story and how you are helping.Read more
We're celebrating one long-time supporter's very special achievement - and thanking him for his dedication to and undying passion for Open Arms Infant Homes!Read more
An ongoing focus for Open Arms Infant Homes has been to support the next steps of older children who have been cared for by Open Arms since they were babies. It is a priority to make sure they are set up with the help they need to achieve an independent and fulfilling future of their own.Read more
Farida was welcomed at Open Arms for temporary care after her mother struggled to look after her because of severe mental health issues. Her mother was found wandering the streets in Mangochi town and Farida was at risk. Read her story here.Read more
Anyone can fundraise in any way, shape or form. What are you inspired to do this year that will help to build brighter futures for children in Malawi?Read more
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