Purple Community Fund
The Purple Community Fund are a charity, based in the UK, who believe in providing sustainable opportunities for those on the edge of socity to help themselves and their families out of poverty, through the acquisition of new skills, education and training programmes. Their primary aim is to make a difference to those who are in the poorest of circumstances.
The Purple Community Fund are currently raising funds to send artisans to Tanzania to train groups of socially excluded people, albinos and vulnerable girls providing textiles skills and training, including how to make our beautiful products from upcycled materials. These people then have the opportunity to start their own business, enabling them to earn an income to leave the slums and support their children. Staff and pupils at Christ Church (Erith) CofE Primary School are collecting ring pulls from drinks cans in preparation for the next team's visit.
All the artisans are considered to be the poorest of the poor and in desperate need of earning a reliable, sustainable income. The Purple Community Fund truly appreciate our supporter so that they can help their incredible beneficiaries.
If you would like to donate your ring pulls to support the work of PCF, please place them in the donation box in the school lobby.
To learn more about the PCF, please visit their website: https://www.p-c-f.org/our-work/our-aim/