We aim to turn tears into smiles through our    Feeding, Educating, Empowering and Developing programmes

Sponsor a Child

By sponsoring a child with Smile, you will be actively turning tears into smiles and helping give a child the support they need to grow and change their lives.

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Feeding

We are passionate about feeding the hungry. We feed many children and adults each school day and the results speak for themselves. (*photo taken pre COVID-19)

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Palliative care

Our aim in Kosovo is to support the care of seriously ill and dying patients in their home, bringing comfort and dignity to people and help them live life to the full, for whatever time they have left.

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Our impact

860 +

Children have been sponsored and helped with their education.

980 +

People are fed every school day thanks to your support. *pre COVID-19 figures 

19,740 +

Palliative care home visits have been provided for our patients.

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Latest news

  • Training pastors in India

    We are excited to report that the Pastors’ training programme in India started back at the beginning of this year, following strict social distancing measures with the PPE provided by Smile. Read more

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  • World Water Day

    We are passionate about everyone having access to clean water as a basic human right and over the years, through our Developing programme, we have focussed heavily on providing wells, pumps and sinking boreholes to help make this possible. Read more

  • Educating a whole Ugandan village during COVID-19

    I am delighted to share with you about a new radio project that we have been able to set up in Uganda. Read more

  • BBC Radio Nottingham

    Listen to our founder Clive Doubleday giving an update on BBC Radio Nottingham. Read more

  • BBC Cambridgeshire

    Listen to our founder Clive Doubleday giving an update on our work Read more