Krizevac Project is achieving lasting, enterprising change in some of the most disadvantaged areas of Africa. We provide high quality education, set up enterprises and support the most vulnerable. Our charity is underpinned by Catholic social teaching and we work with and through Catholic communities to benefit people of all faith and none.
In 2007, Krizevac Project established the Beehive Centre for Social Enterprise, a non-profit organisation in Malawi. All profits from Beehive’s enterprises are fed back into the local community to fund education from nursery through to adults, in the Mary Queen of Peace Catholic Campus. Outreach initiatives extend into the community to support the most vulnerable.
If you are inspired by what we do, and would like to help, please give a brick! Many trees are burnt in huge kilns to make bricks in Malawi and deforestation is a big problem. Instead, we use a small amount of cement and subsoil to make an environmentally-friendly alternative that needs no burning. It costs just 30p to make an Eco-brick. We have used these bricks to build schools already and are currently designing amazing new workshops for our Cycle of Good recycling enterprise, which needs 60,000 bricks. The workshops will enable us to grow our Cycle of Good team in Malawi, creating more jobs for local people and rescuing more waste from landfill. We would be very grateful for any support you can give us in reaching our target. Please help by following the link below to our donation form.