Get Involved

There are a number of ways for you to be involved in bringing transformation to local communities in Southern Africa through the work of E3’s partner projects. Remember, every penny you raise goes straight into action.

How to give

E3 guarantees that 100% of your donation will be put into action in Southern Africa. Our Trustees cover all of the organisational running costs. There are many ways to give to E3, including one-off and regular donations, supporting a child through Back to School and buying a Gift of Hope for a birthday or Christmas present. Find out more about How to give.

 

Gifts of Hope – presents that make a difference

When you give a gift of hope to a relative or friend for a birthday, anniversary or other special occasion, you will be helping change the life of an orphaned and vulnerable child through E3’s Back to School programme in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. You will receive a printed E3 greetings card containing details of the gift you have bought for you to personalise and give to the recipient. Buy a Gift of Hope

Prayer

Prayer is vital as we look to God for guidance and inspiration in all areas of E3’s work and praying for E3’s partners on a regular basis can bring you closer to the people on the ground who are doing the hard work, training local pastors and responding to poverty and HIV and AIDS in their communities.

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Prayer is an essential way of supporting our partners on a regular basis. We hope that as E3 empowers grassroots churches to share the gospel in word and action, the work will be a living example of God’s love for all people.

We would love to keep you informed of E3 prayer news. You can sign up to our fortnightly prayer email.

Fundraise for E3

Fundraising activities to date have been as varied as a motorcycle trip around Africa, a World Cup football event, celebration gifts for a wedding anniversary and a fashion show. Whatever your idea, we will support you.

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Organise an event: download Fundraising Ideas (PDF 437KB) for ways to get involved.

Raising sponsorship: visit www.give.net to set up your fundraising page and collect sponsorship online or contact us for printed sponsorship forms.

Celebration gifts: Whether it’s a birthday, wedding, anniversary, Christening or Christmas, you can use the occasion to support E3 partners. You can use www.give.net to collect gifts online or ask people to give by cheque. For UK tax payers, a Gift Aid form (PDF 351KB) is available to download.

Resources for fundraising: Whatever you are planning, please contact us to see how we can support you. We can supply PowerPoint presentations, E3 Initiative leaflets, sponsor forms, e-newsletter sign up forms and Gift Aid forms. Visit the impact section for inspiring stories to share with family and friends about the difference E3 partner projects are making in the communities in which they serve.

Corporate partnerships

E3 has a number of corporate partners who are involved in a variety of ways.

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Whether you are considering donating or encouraging staff, suppliers and customers to fundraise for E3, we would welcome a conversation with you. Whatever level of involvement you are interested in, the promise is the same – your support will be transforming lives in Southern Africa and 100% of your donation will be put into action. Please contact us and one of our team will be in touch.

TrevorTrevor Finlay, Managing Director of Vision Asset Finance, visited some of E3’s partners in Nairobi, Kenya in 2006 and is now involved in the work of E3 in a variety of ways, including serving as Chair of our Board of Trustees. He says:

“It is my personal hope that many more companies and businesses will support this vital work. Through E3, you have the opportunity to empower local people to transform their communities through the mission of the church. I saw first-hand the amazing work that small grassroots churches can do if they are given encouragement and support to get started”.

Visit the work

If you would like to experience E3 Initiative’s work for yourself before you commit to significant regular support, contact us to find out more about this opportunity to visit our partner projects in Southern Africa.