The Ratan Engineer Memorial Fund
At the suggestion of Ratan’s family, and many of his friends and colleagues, we have set up a Memorial Fund to commemorate our dear friend, and Egmont Trustee, Ratan Engineer, who sadly passed away earlier this year.
How to Give
Listed below are a number of ways to give to the Memorial Fund. If you would like to find out more about the Fund before making a donation please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The quickest and easiest way to give is online, via BTMyDonate.
Click the button to donate online securely, via BT MyDonate. You will be taken to The Ratan Engineer Memorial Fund page on the Egmont Trust's BT MyDonate profile in a seperate window.
Cheques & Bank Transfer
You can also donate directly to us. Cheques should be made payable to 'Egmont Trust' and posted to us at Temple Court, Cathedral Road, Cardiff CF11 9HA. To donate via direct bank transfer, our bank details are:
Bank name: Clydesdale Bank plc
Sort code: 82-04-03
Account number: 10307910
Account name: The Egmont Trust
If you would like to give to the Fund on a regular basis please click the button to download a Standing Order Request form.
If you donate to the Fund and you're a UK tax payer, you can increase the value of your donation at no extra cost to you.
Thanks to the Government's Gift Aid Scheme, we will be able to claim back 25p for every £1 you donate. All you have to do is indicate your permission by completing and returning this form to us, either by post or email.
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How Your Money Helps
Improves household nutrition for an elderly carer of orphaned children
Helps a family introduce protein to their diet and generate income, paying for 2 rabbits, a cage and instructions on rabbit-rearing
Pays for a year’s school fees and shelter for a girl at risk on the streets
Buys an industrial sewing machine to use in training 6 girls a year in dress-making
Supplies 5 schools with irrigation equipment (hose-pipes, watering cans, sprinklers, rakes) to establish vegetable gardens, increasing food supply
Educates 20 teachers (who will go on to teach 500 school children) about transmission and prevention of HIV & AIDS
Buys enough maize, soya beans, wheat, sesame and millet, for the year, to prepare nutritious flour for 100 vulnerable children's households
Facilitates access to medical treatment, counselling and monitoring the well-being of 50 HIV+ children whilst also addressing family social issues
Funds door to door testing and counselling in remote areas with difficult access for 1,200 people
Provides monthly nutritional support and hygiene materials to 175 vulnerable children and destitute families affected by HIV & AIDS for a year
Provides one year's tuition and materials for 36 HIV vulnerable young women enrolled in vocational courses such as tailoring, catering, interior decorating, and pre-school training
Trains 1,050 farmers in functional literacy, numeracy and business