Little Angels Trust Childrens’ Charity was founded out of a traumatic experience in 2004, in the United Kingdom, and formally gained its charitable status in 2007. LAT is also fully registered charity in Ghana, West Africa.
Our teams draw on their lifetime of experiences and valued expertise to see to the day to day operations of Little Angels Trust.
They manage the Charity and are responsible for the effective running of this organisation. Each volunteer is dedicated and committed enough to sponsor themselves therefore every penny raised goes directly to our projects. Each ‘Angel’ is directly involved in every way to make sure this is possible. They roll up their sleeves and get down to the ‘nitty gritty’ of affairs to achieve their goals regardless of the huge challenges.
Even though LAT is not funded by any government or other major organisations, we make sure that what we raise reaches those who need it most.
We let our record and our work speak for us.
Lavinia Enim: Chair of Trustees and Founder, has a deep heart for seriously and terminally ill children, and strives to help many more. Through her past ordeals, Lavinia has become an astute woman who is enthusiastic about helping others. This has empowered her to start a charity to eliminate the distress in children going through life-threatening illnesses.
Dame Lavinia Enim – Founder and Chair of Trustees
Janet is an administrator by profession and has been with the charity for a number of years. She is a veteran Ambassador and championed the official launch of LAT. Since then Janet has been proactive in ensuring that the children receive the urgent treatment and care they need. Her compassion and drive creates a warm environment for the children, medical staff, parents and family.
Janet Acheampong – Trustee
Andy is a teacher by profession and was officially appointed trustee in 2017, after his initial visit to the hospitals in Ghana to interact with the children. He has helped with raising awareness and fundraising to promote the work and vision of LAT.
Andy Bruce – Trustee
Kojo spent his early years in Ghana before moving to the UK. He has a hybrid of experiences. While growing up he had seen a lot of disenfranchised groups suffer the stigma of shame due to illness and has first hand experience of families disowning their kind when suffering from mental illness and cancer. Kojo is keen to impact his community and at the same time give something back to people who are less fortunate than himself. He fully believes in what Little Angels Trust Children’s Charity delivers and is willing to support it to grow to reach more children from disadvantaged backgrounds. His aim is to disseminate the toxic culture and stigma towards such illnesses and also provide a sanctuary for the children we support in Ghana.
The ‘Angelhood’ is a team of ordinary men, women and children who are passionate enough to give their precious time to realise the vision of Little Angels Trust. They are a team of dedicated, committed and enthusiastic volunteers, offering their skills, expertise and experiences for a common goal: To make a difference no matter how small.
Little Angels Trust organisation is committed to the full development of the child. We believe that diseases, especially those which can be cured, should not pose a hindrance to a child’s development. We ask you to join this noble cause. Your input, regardless of how little, is welcome.
Naa Abia Addo has been dedicated and loyal from the start. She is hardworking and takes her responsibilities as ‘Balloon angel’ to heart. Naa never misses any event or activity. What anasset she is to all the children and indeed to Little Angels Trust.
Naa Abia Addo
EMPOWERING THE NEXT GENERATION
These young men and women depict the vibrancy of the Charity.
In an attitude of gratitude, Little Angels Trust has a tradition of acknowledging our youth and school-children who assist in various forms.
School Children:Yunique Enim-Adusei, Shantal Okello and Little Jessica presenting a huge cheque to GOSH after a fundraising event in London UK.