• Support Sustainable Business

    Monday 20 May marks UN World Bee Day, a day to raise awareness for the importance of bees for our environment. This May, help us to help Zambian beekeepers to establish and sustain an apiary. Please donate (above) to the livelihoods of our local beekeepers in Luansobe, allowing more training sessions to be run, and more sustainable businesses to be set up.


    As many of us try to switch from travelling by car to bike rides for shorter journeys, it's easy to forget that bicycles can make all the difference in allowing some people to access water and local markets for their livelihoods.

    Please help the Kaloko Trust to continue to provide vital low-cost bicycles to the people of Luansobe, through donating whatever you can or running your own fundraising event. Please click here for some summer-themed event ideas!

  • Regular giving & postal donations

    Please consider making monthly donations through regular giving.


    Our bank details and standing order form are here.

    By cheque or standing order

    By post

    Please download and print our donation form to send by post. This includes an opportunity for you to make a Gift Aid declaration so that we can claim Gift Aid from the Inland Revenue on your donations.


  • Raise funds for us

    Get creative with your fundraising

    Have you got a fundraising idea or could you encourage others to support us - cycling a marathon, running the channel, organising a cider morning, holding a bike warming party? Something traditional, tried and tested or new and inventive. We're keen to hear your ideas.

    If you contact our UK office we can let you know which projects are in the planning stage in Zambia and would particularly benefit from funding. If you have an idea of your own, please feel free to discuss it with us.
    We can provide you with publicity material to help make your event a success: Photographs, posters, donation forms, background information, reports, testimonials etc.
    We can send fundraisers reports and photographs so that they can see how their money has been used.


    Please see our handy guide, How To run a Fundraiser Event with the Kaloko Trust, for everything you'll need to organise your own fundraiser this summer. We also have customisable invitations for some of the suggested fundraising events, including a sponsored walk, a summer garden party or a talent show, here.


    Other successful projects by supporters have included coffee mornings, cocktail parties and piano recitals. They've also asked for donations to Kaloko Trust instead of birthday, Christmas or christening gifts.

    Where we can we are also happy to come and give talks and slide shows to groups like schools, churches, Rotary Clubs etc.

    Support Kaloko when you shop

    Simply sign up for us to benefit when you shop online

    Sign up to Amazon Smile, EasyFundraising and The Giving Machine so that each time you shop online, and at no extra cost to you, a small percentage of your purchase will be donated to Kaloko Trust.

    Amazon Smile takes a fixed amount from any purchases you make on Amazon, whilst the other two websites work for over 2000 shopping sites. With just 16 of our supporters already signed up, between them they have raised over £400 this way.


    Could you join them? Read these sign-up instructions to get started!

    Leave a lasting legacy

    Remember Kaloko in your will

    Do you enjoy being a Kaloko Trust supporter and appreciate the real difference your contribution makes to the lives of people in Zambia? Under English tax laws legacies to charities are exempt from inheritance tax. Leaving a gift to charity in your will is an amazing way for your generosity to last beyond your own lifetime.


    To find out how we can help you leave a charitable legacy please contact Kaloko and we can talk to you about what you need to do.


    For Zambia

    Donate or sell

    Generally, we can't accept donated items and equipment (because of the difficulty and cost of transporting them to Zambia), but if you have something that you feel would be appropriate for a rural Zambian context then please do contact the office to discuss the possibilities. Another option is to sell items to raise money for us, maybe on eBay (see below).


    Inkjets and phones

    Donate your mobile phone or empty inkjet cartridges

    Have you recently upgraded your mobile phone? Don’t know what to do with the old one? If you have a working mobile phone in good condition, with charger, please drop it in to the Kaloko Trust UK Office. We will then take it out to Zambia where it will be distributed to local community projects in Luansobe/Kashitu. 


    You can also donate used original inkjet cartridges to raise funds for Kaloko. Please order freepost envelopes here or you can sign up for an office collection scheme to benefit the Kaloko Trust. (Unfortunately, due to changes to Royal Mail rules you can no longer send mobile phones via the freepost envelopes so please only send empty inkjet cartridges.)

    Sell on eBay to help Kaloko

    Free up space and help those in need in Zambia

    You can donate to Kaloko by selling unwanted items on eBay. If you have something that you no longer need and sell it on eBay, you can donate the income direct to Kaloko. Through the eBay for charity service, up to 100% of the proceeds can be donated to Kaloko. We even receive Gift Aid on the donation where appropriate. This method has worked well for many supporters and provides valuable income for us. Please contact us if you need any guidance on how the scheme works.

    Donate old jewellery or currency for Kaloko

    You just post them off to the freepost address

    If you have jewellery or watches that are old or broken and cluttering up your home, we may have a solution for you! You could recycle them to benefit Kaloko. Our partners at Recycling for Good Causes will re-use and recycle unwanted jewellery, giving 75 per cent of the income raised to Kaloko and saving precious raw materials at the same time. They can also convert unwanted foreign, or out-of-date, banknotes (not coins) into funds for our project work. If you have items to donate please send them in an envelope or jiffy bag free of charge to our partners:






    Thank you also

    to OnePageCRM...

    ... a lovely team of folks who generously provide our donor and supporter management software for free https://www.onepagecrm.com/

  • Contact us

    Kaloko Trust UK

    39-41 Surrey Street, Brighton, BN1 3PB, UK

    T: +44 (0)1273 766 660
    E: admin@kalokotrust.org

    W: www.kalokotrust.org

    Kaloko's UK staff are working from home due to the Coronavirus pandemic but you can contact them by phone or email.

    Please note that the Kaloko office itself is closed - so responses to post may take longer than usual - but both UK staff have now returned from furlough. Project activities by our partners in Zambia are continuing.

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We keep confidential all personal information you give us, but we share current class sponsorship data, including addresses of sponsors, with one of the Kaloko Zambia project officers when they need it to send out updates on sponsored classes three times a year, and we send basic information to HMRC for Gift Aid claims. We don’t share information about you with other organisations for marketing purposes.
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We may amend this privacy policy from time to time with an up to date version posted on the Kaloko website.