Breaking the cycle of poverty

Cecily’s Fund is an international development NGO founded in the UK in 1998. We are named after Cecily Eastwood, a young woman who died in a road accident while volunteering in Zambia.

Over the last 25 years we have helped over 50,000 children and raised over £6million for our work with local implementing partners who deliver programmes on our behalf.

We are a leading provider of education support in Zambia and believe that education offers a route out of poverty for orphans and vulnerable children, their families, and their communities. Zambia was badly affected by HIV/AIDS and it has left a startling legacy, leaving 54% of the population under the age of 18 years. 

Together with our Zambian partners we develop sustainable interventions that lessen dependency, strengthen communities and improve livelihoods for the most vulnerable children and their families. Our programmes for children and young people both in and out of school help them to succeed, and to prepare for a better future in adulthood. We are working with communities to help make them stronger, more resilient, and more able to support the next generation.

Cecily's Fund registered charity in England and Wales (No. 1071660) Cecily's Fund, PO Box 811, BANBURY, OX16 6TQ We use cookies to improve your experience using this website.
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