PHASE has supporters from all over the world, people who want to be part of the PHASE family for different reasons. Here we celebrate just a few of the committed folk who give their time to make our organisation what it is; without them, and hundreds more, we couldn’t be successful.
“I really enjoyed living in the village with a local family and the truly inspirational PHASE staff. Also really liked living simply without many of the distractions of modern day life. I coped surprisingly well on a diet of rice and lentils twice a day and even washed in the local stream while watching the sun go down behind the mountains.” Read more about why David supports PHASE.
“The PHASE commitment to enhancing community’s quality of life in a long term, sustainable way makes an invaluable difference to the lives of everyone involved. I would highly recommend anyone, of any age, to support PHASE as it is an exceptional organisation.” Read more about why Allie supports PHASE.
“PHASE’s core values also ring true with what I believe to be fundamental pillars when working for change in a development context; empowerment. PHASE’s various projects all work towards sustainable change that comes directly from the people they work with.” Read more about why Joy supports PHASE.
“I believe that as we live, we have a duty to help those who are in dire need of help by, not providing help that will only bring about temporary changes, but which results in sustainable change. Not only does PHASE provide heath care and education to communities, but they also help to improve livelihoods which help the local people to escape absolute poverty.” Read more about why Maureen supports PHASE.
“Nepal is one of the countries we work in so I know how vulnerable the population is there and how important it is to help build their resilience, particularly in isolated parts of the country which are difficult to reach in disasters. What I love about PHASE is that it builds capacity in communities enabling them to help themselves through increasing access to education and health.” Read more about why Margaret supports PHASE.
“It was very apparent to me from the outset that, although the majority of the project work PHASE undertakes is overseas, it also places real importance on its supporters in the UK – making sure they feel valued and ‘part of the team’.” Read more about why Ed supports PHASE.
“Being a PHASE supporter here in Britain means that you feel part of a very dedicated, hard-working group who are all working to the same end. This requires a lot of self-motivation, thinking on your feet, willingness to adapt to keep the organisation moving forward.” Read more about why Sarah Ann supports PHASE.