MAD is a community initiative linking South Bucks with a network of children’s projects in Uganda. We aim to see our local area united and strengthened as we work together to change the lives of vulnerable children, improving their present situations and investing in their futures. MAD is about getting involved in something that’s local, but that also positively impacts children in difficult circumstances thousands of miles away.


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    Shakespeare’s 400th Anniversary!

    Come and join us for Hamlet, our 4th MAD Shakespeare in the Garden Event in Gerrards Cross £10 or £7 concession Contact Ruth Webber 01753 880541 for tickets and details

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    Gerrards Cross Barclays are MAD

    ‘Twas the week before Christmas and all through the land The people were out shopping for their festive plans. They bought turkeys and sprouts and presents and trees There were so many people they wanted to please: A holiday for mum, a playstation for dad, And then gifts for the children, unless they’ve been bad. […]


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    Help us to make a difference

    Going out to Kampala to work with the network could involve healthcare, education, activity clubs, maintenance and building work, sports programmes, community clean-up… the needs are substantial and diverse. No matter who you are or where you’re from your time and simple presence will support and encourage the projects. Teams are sent to Uganda three or four times a year, as the network requires.

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    Make it Social and Fun

    You could attend one of our sports events, a pub quiz, a sponsored walk, a formal dinner… there are plenty of fun and creative ways to raise money. It’s also a great opportunity to get to know people in our own community, and unite South Bucks in a new way. Contact us for more ideas and information on how to motivate your school, your workplace or your family to engage with the needs of Uganda’s children. Whether you can raise a few pounds or a few hundred pounds, somebody’s life will be changed.

  • Give a Gift

    We wont say no to a donation

    In fact, we’ll say ‘thank you very much’!  We love it when people give to help the vulnerable children we work with in Kampala.  And your money goes further there than it does here, so please give, whether it’s a little or a lot.  You can donate easily and simply, please contact us. We really appreciate your support.