HEAR THEIR ROAR
Support. Engage. Empower.
Hello! Thank you for dropping by our website, please do have a look around and get in touch.
We work with vulnerable communities in Africa, connecting with, supporting and empowering the adults so children and young people can be safe and free from abuse.
These children and young people are going through unimaginable abuse and trauma, some are living in slums or on the streets, some are in gangs, or on drugs, many are being sexually exploited and all are experiencing violence.
We invest in emotional health and communication skills, restoring identity and renewing hope.
We work with the adults in the communities, be they parents/carers, teachers or social workers focusing on how to parent and care for children and adolescents.
We look forward to hearing from you
Meg and the 'Hear Their Roar' team
EVERY CHILD SHOULD FEEL AND BE SAFE.
YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
A Wide Range of Possibilities
We are constantly blown away by our fundraisers! So many great and fun ideas including, car boot sales, school fundraising, hair cutting, concerts, etc.
We would love you to fundraise for us and please do let us know about it so we can support and celebrate you!
At Hear Their Roar we love taking global awareness or global citizenship workshops, assemblies or lessons in UK schools.
We also have workshops and lessons based on our projects and trips, all for free!
If you would like us to come in to your school please do contact Sue -
COME ON A HTR PROJECT
This volunteer position offers a great opportunity to use your skills and input into the lives of young people who have experienced abuse or trauma in countries across Africa.
Click the button to find out more and/or apply.
You can make a genuine impact
We couldn't be more thankful for our generous donors.
We use the Givey site as it gives Hear Their Roar 100% of donations received and does not take a percentage like most other sites do - how awesome is that!
Please click the button below to visit our Givey page -
and know you have helped a child to feel and be safe.
Thank you so much!