Who do We work for?
Children/ Young people
We will support the socially excluded whose needs are greatest, such as asylum seekers, the disabled, single mothers and their children
Elderly/ Old people
We also providing services for elderly/ old. We carefully care them.
People with disabilities
We provide relief of those in need regardless of age, disability, ill-health, financial or other disadvantage.
Single mothers will be benefited by us. We will provide services what they want.
People in financial need
Gift Support Network defines financial hardship as not having access to the basic necessities of life which the majority of the people would regard as necessary for a modest, but adequate, standard of living. For example, clean water, adequate food, shelter and clothing, and access to basic school education and health services.
Poverty impacts on the quality of family life, parenting, child development, mental health, education and learning, and the economy as a whole (Reading Social Exclusion Analysis 2022).
Reasons for our services
- Poverty, or lack of access to material resources, is a key reason for social inclusion; millions of people in the UK are struggling to meet their needs, many from working families. Poverty impacts on the quality of family life, parenting, child development, mental health, education and learning, and the economy as a whole (Reading Social Exclusion Analysis 2022).
- In the UK, households living on less than 60% of median income go short in some unacceptable way, whether or not they are eligible for state benefits.
- In West and Central Africa, the incidence of poverty is approximately 75% in rural areas, out of a total impoverished population of about 120 million. In January 2022, a UN backed report found that extreme poverty in West Africa rose by nearly three per cent in 2020, another fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.