Our Partners

At Love Support Unite we believe that together we are more. We believe in working with other charities and companies, ensuring our skills and funds help create the biggest impact possible.

We work with some incredible charities doing big things. We share resources and training to other charities to ensure the biggest impact possible and participate in any training they offer us so we can pass on knowledge to our communities to ensure that we are delivering the most up to date knowledge to the people we work with. We collaborate on the building of much-needed infrastructure such as school blocks and teacher’s housing when we are working in the same communities. We believe together we can have a greater impact. No matter what organisation you work under, our duty is to do the best we can with the resources we have.

We keep admin costs to a minimum enabling us to concentrate our funding on changing lives. This is only possible with the help of amazing companies who help us in many different ways such as free printing and film production. The generosity of our partners enables us to plan the development of our projects.

We have been working with Africa Vision Malawi for several years now as we have the same ethos and synergies to create lasting change.

In 2018 AVM offered us office space for free in their rammed earth building in Lilongwe. Since then we have collaborated on school buildings and projects, primarily at Mkunkhu school and Songwe school.

Together we are more. We have decided to combine our efforts. Programmes such as adult literacy, sustainable farming, nurseries and medical outreach will be implemented through AVM by means from grants from LSU Uk, we will be interating  Early child hood development and Safe maternal Health. This will save valuable funds helping more people, it will ensure  programmes are stronger and more lives change. 

Links to some of the special people we work with are below. If you think you are able to provide a service, advice or guidance please get in touch. 

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