We are a grassroots non-profit, non-governmental organisation and we believe that the cure to poverty begins with serving in a manner that doesn´t create dependency, but empowers in a way that creates opportunities for people to be who they were created to be.
Meet one of the families that we are currently supporting in the town of Kasulu, Tanzania. When we first met this family, we were touched by the motivation that the three blind children had to help contribute towards to the family household. After an afternoon of singing, talking and getting to know each other, we discovered that the children had a few great ideas on how they could help generate money for the family. Watch the following video to see how we initially empowered this family.
Persons with Disabilities
It was great meeting the full team of our partnered local NGO, DRST – disability Relief Services Tanzania today in Nyarugusu refugee camp.
We were led to visit the local hospital in Kasulu today. The conditions are of a standard that is unimaginable to us in Europe.
CC Base Homeless Support
The CC Base offer various services to our homeless friends here in Spain. Thank you to everyone that has support our efforts with donations of clothing, time and food, we couldn´t do it without you.
We Were Created to Serve
Our team have had a great few days entertaining vulnerable children here in Fes. It really is a privilege and an honor to serve these precious children.
Dignity & Empowerment
During our talks with groups that have been formed of persons with disabilities by DRS-Tanzania, we identified many areas that required support and we made a decision to work towards empowering livelihoods initially.
Marbella with Love
We are grateful for “Marbella with Love” choosing Collective Calling as their benefiting charity for this exciting new initiative.
Part of our program in Nyarugusu camp in collaboration with DRS-Tanzania, requires the identification of persons with disabilities and then forming those persons into groups.
Art therapy classes at the CC Base have commenced and the first 3 persons to benefit from this project enjoyed their day at the CC Base.