SKRUM launched the 200 Club on World Aids Day 2009 (1st December) in London.
The idea goes as follows. SKRUM needs just £40,000 per year to visit 200 schools and reach at least 16,000 of the world's most vulnerable children, providing vital HIV/AIDS and gender violence information and providing access to help for those being abused. That's £200 per school (around £2 per child) and covers our costs of getting to the schools (some are extremely remote and there are few tarmac roads) plus coaches, material and equipment.
SKRUM believes that it is possible to reverse the horrific epidemic that is ravaging a small but beautiful country through education, but we need your help to do it.
You can help by becoming a member of the 200 Club. That's 200 very special people, giving £200 per year (or £17.50 per month) to help a great cause. You can donate online or through your bank, or send us a cheque. It's easy and every single penny will go to delivering this vital education to the children of Swaziland.
Even if you can't give £200, giving what you can will allow us to change a child's life forever.
Ex-England international and Lions player Josh Lewsey is a strong supporter of SKRUM. In fact, he became SKRUM's first 200 Club member on the 1st December 2009. Will you join him?
See the attached leaflets for more information.