Evergreen Partnership Association is a non-profit organisation, whose purpose is to make a difference around the world. Our primary goal is to help aid in the growth of education, health and sports development for young people and communities. Furthermore, we would like to increase the availability of technology to developing nations.

We support and acknowledge the work done by the charity groups and other organisations in improving lives in Africa and other developing regions. We aim to collaborate and create a strategic alliance with these teams, by building a relationship with the power to enrich Africa and other poor regions.

In the UK we aim to work with young people and communities. We want to play our part by giving them more support, so they can realise their talents and build their communities in a positive manner. The main idea is to inspire/nature them into future role models, so they can inspire other people and bring more harmony in their sarroundings. We believe that this will encourage a lot of people to have more desire to do good in their communities.

Education is a powerful tool, it allows us to grow, stretch, challenge ourselves and ask questions about the world. We want the next generation of young people to think beyond the problems facing their motherland, help rebuild their nations and usher in a brighter future. At this defining moment in our history, preparing our children to compete in the global economy is one of the biggest challenges we face. Africa is a rich continent with abundant resources, and so is every part of the world. Instilling positive mindsets, an optimistic attitude and a sense of pride in them is one of our major priorities.

We like the idea of the spirit of the Olympics (passing the torch), under the slogan of “Light the passion, share the dream”. Imagine what we could do if we multiplied our effort, not by working more but by getting more involved! This is the dream we have for the future. We are here to prepare the next generation for success in life, ensuring that children in the developing nations lead the world, joining the forefront of creativity and achievement.


The Objects

The organisation’s objects (the Objects) are:-

A) For the public benefit to promote and support the education of young people, living in Africa and other developing regions, including (but not limited to);

a) Provision of necessary equipment/facilities like books, school uniforms, build infrastructure and encourage boarding schools where it’s necessary.

b) Provision of scholarships, support of teachers to ensure that they are providing a good service for the children.

c) Provision of financial help in sports development programs.

d) Provision of technology to schools

B) The prevention or relief of poverty particularly in Africa by:-

a) Providing and supporting; education programs, grants, items and services to individuals in
need and/or charities, or other organisations working to prevent or relieve poverty.

b) The promotion of sustainable means of achieving economic growth and regeneration.

C) The relief of sickness and the preservation of health by:-

a) Helping to combat HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria and other diseases

b) Helping to reduce child mortality and improve maternal health.

c) Ensuring sustainable access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation

D) Support social or recreational centers and churches in local communities.

a) Provision of necessary equipment and building of infrastructure.

E) To encourage the promotion of equality and diversity for the public benefit in the UK by:

(a) Promoting knowledge and mutual understanding between different racial groups and genders;

(b) Advancing education and raising awareness about different racial groups and genders to promote good relations

(c) The elimination of discrimination on the grounds of race or gender;

(d) Sponsoring and organizing social activities for young people and communities. For example sports events, singing, fashion events etc

(e) Support and organize Health living education programs;

F) To advance education by supporting global learning in schools enabling young people to understanding global issues and to feel empowered to take action as responsible global citizens.

(a) Help to give more advice to young people and communities about the importance of international development programs in eradicating poverty. Motivate them to play their part in building a better future as a global community. For example doing voluntary work, pen pal scheme etc.