SHOP

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Lunch4Learning’s SHOP is different. Like most charity websites, shopping here is a virtual experience. Unlike many charity websites, Lunch4Learning will always provide you with as much information as possible of where your gift has gone. For donations of over £100/$175/€120, we will also send out a special certificate and a photograph of your gift in its specified location.
 
 
All prices quoted below are for £ Sterling, US Dollars and Euros as per rates on 20 February 2011.
 
  Adopt-a-School. We have a long list of schools wishing to join the programme. At present we are able to bring a school on board for a one-off donation £300.
£300
$485
€355
  Fruit trees. We are offering a range of mature fruit trees here (incl. apple, avocado, guava, mango, orange and pear), which can cost as little as £18 and would be relatively easy for schools to propagate.
£18
$30
€22
  100 seedlings. We are making available to schools a range of seed plants which will include maize, cassava and tomatoes.
The price for a kilo of maize seedlings (around 10 stems) is £0.55.
£55
$90
€66
  Set of tools. This gift idea is composed of a hoe, a rake and a spade. A hoe costs £2 per unit to produce but £10 will give one school a full set of tools.
£10
$17
€12

 

 

  Wheelbarrows. An indispensable tool that allows work on the kitchen gardens to be carried out a lot quicker. Manufactured locally in Uganda, this item costs only £10.
£10
$17
€12
  Wells & bore holes. The cost of installing a 16-metre deep well is £4500 whilst a 17.5-metre bore hole and hand pump costs £5700 to install. (Photo courtesy of ‘Water Wells for Africa’)
Well
£4500
$7300
€5350

 

Bore hole
£5700
$9250
€6765

  Water harvesting systems. Catchment from rooftops is harvested and can then be used for agricultural uses and, in most cases, for drinking.
A truly sustainable gift costing £2000 for a system with a 5,000-litre tank. For the 10,000-litre tank system, the cost would be £3000.
5,000 L
£2000
$3245
€2375

 

10,000 L
£3000
$4868
€3560

  Egg production. This gift provides children with chicken rearing skills and eggs can be used to feed the children.
Day-old chicks cost as little as £0.40. The price for 50 chicks is a mere £20 whilst the chicken coop will cost an additional £75.
50 chicks
£20
$34
€24

 

Coop
£75
$122
€90

  Cooking pots. An indispensable gift that would last a lifetime.
A 50-litre stainless steel pot costs £140 whilst the bigger 70-litre pot costs £190.
50-litres
£140
$228
€166

 

70-litres
£190
$308
€225

  Plastic plates and cups. A single plate-and-cup set costs only £0.40 but we are requesting gifts for multiple sets. For large orders, we will be able to negotiate discounts for volume orders. 50 sets would cost as little as £20 – an absolute bargain!
£20
$34
€24
  Organic fertiliser. Not all Ugandan schools would need to fertilise their vegetable gardens but applying fertiliser to the soil would improve crop production immeasurably.
A 50 kg. bag of fertiliser will cost £35.
£35
$58
€42
  Red Nose Gang toys. These lovely soft toys would make a wonderful gift for children of 18+ months.
Download the catalogue here. 
 
Minimum contributions of £65 – excluding postage. (In the UK we would prefer payment to be accompanied by a signed Gift Aid form.)
Please use the Contact Us page to discuss your choice.
£65
$110
€80
  Beehives. For a school, keeping bees can develop into a small-scale business, generating income for the schools’ kitchens.

£100 would purchase a complete kit for one school. This includes a large wooden hive, a nuclear colony of bees, a smoker and one set of protective clothing, essential when managing African bees.

£100
$165
€120