Your source of information and updates from Malawi and our supporters around the world.
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.
We’re delighted to be running our second six day epic cycling adventure in September. Do you know someone that could take on the challenge or can you help us spread the word?
We’ve all talked about how we’d like to do more, support charities, get fit and really see the world but you don’t often get the opportunity to. With Cycle Malawi, your opportunity is right here!
This year has seen Dilys Taylor, our long serving Treasurer in Malawi, retire after 22 years of carefully keeping the books and payroll for Open Arms Infant Homes. Here, she reflects on the charity and how she got involved.
We all say it, New Year, New You. We all look to try new things, to take that step out of our comfort zone and take on things that will really challenge ourselves.
Beatrice was born on 16 February 2018 and came to Open Arms on 1st October. Sadly she was abandoned at a local market by her mother who asked someone to hold Beatrice while she went to the toilet.
Mayankho was born in August 2016 and was referred to our Blantyre Infant Home in Malawi when he was around 5-6 weeks old.
Your donation will help children in Malawi grow up healthy with the love of a family
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