Current Projects

View all +

  • Disaster Response

    Our network of offices enables GAiN to mobilise resources wherever there is a disaster through our shared distribution networks we can respond quickly to places in need of emergency humanitarian aid. On the ground we partner with like-minded NGOs and local churches to bring an even greater and longer lasting impact to the community’s, local volunteers can deliver aid targeted to the most needy groups.

  • Hope in Haiti

    In January 2010 Haiti was hit by an earthquake that killed 316,000 people and left 1.85 million without homes. At the time of the disaster GAiN was able to respond with sending basic emergency supplies and built a warehouse to store these supplies ready for distribution. During this time it became clear that Haiti is in need of longer-term help in reconstructing their communities. GAiN had the opportunity to partner with a local orphanage to rebuild a children’s centre to help bring hope for the next generation.


  • Hope in Haiti

    In January 2010 Haiti was hit by an earthquake that killed 316,000 people and left 1.85 million without homes. At the time of the disaster GAiN was able to respond with sending basic emergency supplies and built a warehouse to store these supplies ready for distribution. During this time it became clear that Haiti is in need of longer-term help in reconstructing their communities. GAiN had the opportunity to partner with a local orphanage to rebuild a children’s centre to help bring hope for the next generation.

  • Disaster Response

    Our network of offices enables GAiN to mobilise resources wherever there is a disaster through our shared distribution networks we can respond quickly to places in need of emergency humanitarian aid. On the ground we partner with like-minded NGOs and local churches to bring an even greater and longer lasting impact to the community’s, local volunteers can deliver aid targeted to the most needy groups.


Over the past few weeks, a group of pupils from St Paul’s Community Development Trust have been helping out at the Global Aid Network UK office. The students have been helping organise and pack donations, ready to be sent off to the refugee camp in Lesvos, Greece.  
In these difficult domestic times, many people reasonably argue that more should be done to support those struggling in the United Kingdom. However, what these kids are demonstrating is that supporting those struggling overseas doesn’t have to mean failing to support those in need right on our doorstep. To put it simply, we can do both.  
Lessons of adversity and diversity
The students of St Paul’s Community Development Trust represent a typical inner city …


Donate Now