Thank you to our Funders

We are grateful for the one-off grants given by the following trusts which have enabled new programmes to get off the ground and to continue to reach the most vulnerable over the past ten years. Thank you once again.

The Dorfred Charitable Trust
The SMB Charitable Trust
The Goshen Trust
Souter Charitable Trust
The Alexis Trust

Children’s home

The Beit Trust and Saga Charitable Trust gave grants enabling the building of the regions first children’s home at Shine Village. The work was completed in 2016 however severe storms caused damage to the home and additional work needed to prepare the building for residents was completed following an additional grant from The Saga Charitable Trust and fundraising through Jubilee Church Hull. The home reopened on September 12th, 2018.  UKLED Lighting again donated all LED lighting used.

Church support

Jubilee Church Hull, Kings Church Darlington, York Vineyard, Hull Vineyard, Threshold Church Hull, St Nicholas Church Hessle, Middle Rasen Church and Brighstone Fellowship Isle of Wight have all helped over the years. Offerings of all sizes have helped to build and repair infrastructure at Shine Village, send ministry teams and provide resources to support vulnerable families.  Many thanks to every church and their key members who have taken on challenges and lauched projects to raise funds and deliver items needed.  You know who you are!

Local Business support: Many thanks to Humberside Tail Lifts, Pure Renewables Acrosentec and UKLED Lighting for timely contributions; in particular LED lighting supplied free of charge.

Memorial fund installation of solar pump which will serve to bring water to the village for many years to come in loving memory of Paul Fenwick. 

Schools and Universities. Thank you to Dr. E Robson and her team from Hull University for the continued support with fundraising events and transportation of donations from Hull to Malawi. Thankyou also to Holderness Academy pupils who participate in walks and various projects each year to support Shine Relief. Thank you to Mr Simon Martin for organising these events over the past ten years.

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