a hope for their future

What do we do?
We aim to provide regular food, a home as part of a caring family, and a good education to orphaned and abandoned children by developing strong links and working with those who are local to the area of need. We enable them to establish orphanages, build and equip medical and education facilities.

Where necessary, non government organisations (NGO's) are set up, comprising a voluntary board of directors made up of key members of the local community who work with those who oversee the day to day operations. They also ensure funds are used for their designated purpose and report back to Seeway Trust UK.

The support offered is available to orphaned or abandoned children regardless of race, gender, disability or religion.

How do we do it?
We work with the local NGO to find or build a suitable orphanage and raise funds to cover the costs. Other times we will help to provide a school, a classroom, start a farm to provide food, fund a nurse, set up medical facilities, or even dig a bore hole to provide fresh water.

The possibilities are limitless – essentially we aim to increase independence and decrease dependence.

Who are we?

We are a team of three trustees who voluntarily give of our time and resources in the day to day management of the work of Seeway Trust.  Alongside us are other volunteers committed to the vision of Seeway to whom we can call on to assist. 

The Trustee Board is made up of the Chairman of Trustees who is Dr Victor Ukaegbu, a university lecturer based in Northampton, the Treasurer is Mrs Julie Yelland and the Secretary is Mrs Sally Bainborough, both of whom live in Devon.  If you would like to know anything more about the work of Seeway Trust, then please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Ford House
EX18 7JY
United Kingdom
01769 580489



The Seeway Trust is a small South West UK based,
inter-denominational Christian charity, whose members are dedicated to helping children who live in impoverished areas of the world.

Our primary vision is to see children rescued from poverty and given the opportunity to grow up and live a life useful to themselves, their community and their nation – empowered by the gospel of Jesus Christ. Our mission is to rescue children.

Children in school

Seeway has been working in Ghana for over a decade and has two homes for rescued children… >

Happy faces

Seeway Tanzania have 25 children living in their care plus they have a day-care centre… >

Elena and Yura

Elena Kulakova oversees a feeding programme in the Ukraine, predominantly feeding children… >

Precious at zoo

Exciting times ahead as we continue to see the hand of God at work >


Receiving Bibles

Sow 'n' sow
It is a tremendous gift and a blessing to be able to provide a person with their own copy of the Word of God… >


Registered UK charity no 1074868

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