Safe Haven Projects

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Safe Haven Projects
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Safe Haven Projects was formed following two major earthquakes and a tsunami which hit the South Western coast of Java in 2006. Villages were destroyed, thousands killed, families devastated and children orphaned. The Safe Haven Projects charity was formed to help the victims of these, and other ongoing disasters, to rebuild their lives and to provide aid, support and education to those in need.

We run four projects at the moment, Project Street Kids, Project Fly Free, Project Emergency and Medical and Project Farm.

Our Project Street Kids and Project Fly Free focuses on educating the disadvantaged and homeless children who were begging on the streets to survive, our goal is that these children will one day have options, choices and chances of their own.

In 2007 and 2013 we successfully opened two charity schools and these schools are now operating at maximum capacity and are well established. Following this achievement, we are driving forward with our fundraising to ensure these schools will continue to provide disadvantaged children the opportunity to create their own futures.

Our registered charity number in Scotland is SC041905.
Our website is

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Stick the label to any envelope (max weight for free postage is 4kg)
Put in a post box and we take care of the rest
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