The William Stewart Foundation


The William Stewart Foundation started out trying to help 200 hungry orphans in the immediate vicinity of Ibuluma in Northern Malawi. Levison and his team of volunteers have been feeding these children twice a week but, as word spreads, more and more hungry children are arriving. Some of them are walking 17km to get to the resource centre for a meal. Recently, numbers have been over 600. This is a huge undertaking to give food and hope to so many. We gratefully acknowledge the support we have received so far but none of us envisaged word of the Foundation and numbers swelling, so quickly. All of them need a meal and none should be turned away hungry. Please help us to continue this vital work. £10 will feed one child for a year (2 meals a week atm) This is such a small amount per child... but so many children... it soon becomes a real challenge... thank you for your generosity. Donate here.

Sarah’s JustGiving page

After a long illness, Sarah decided to try to get fitter by cycling on her exercise bike from Land’s End to John o’Groats.

She was inspired by William who, then at the age of 90, had just completed, on his exercise bike, the return journey from John o’Groats and, after a short rest, embarked on a trip from Land’s End to Canterbury, detouring to some places which were special to him, along the way.

People have asked William why he didn’t raise funds for the Foundation but when he started his bike journey, the Foundation wasn’t in existence. And so Sarah is fundraising, with friends cycling too, for both of them.

Sarah’s target is £1500 for the Resource Centre build.