Individual giving

We provide our members with the infrastructure and training to kickstart their enterprising nature. Donations used with our group-savings programmes provide the marginalised poor with simple bank accounts for the first time, business training and literacy & numeracy training. If you choose to donate money online your payment will be securely processed by Charity Checkout.

Compared to many larger faith-led charities which have been around for decades, we are a small, agile organisation. We work with a very close network of partner organisations on the ground that allows for a personal touch with our members. The same goes for our donors. If you pick up the phone or send off an email, you can be sure that we’ll get right back to you. If you’d like to see the work we do, we often take donors out to visit our projects.


£5 p/m

covers the daily salary of one of our programme field staff who will form savings groups, deliver training, make loans, and give mentoring and oversight to our entrepreneurs whilst also reporting progress back to us in the UK.

£20 p/m

covers the cost of one training session in our Kenyan programme, enabling a member of our local staff to visit a community and provide business skills training as well as mentoring and pastoral support. 

£50 p/m

will cover the cost of training a new Project Officer each of whom equip and teach around 300 women per year to expand their businesses and ultimately equip them to lift themselves and their families households out of poverty.


We urge all of our supporters to consider monthly donations to charity, it allows us to plan for the future and lets us evaluate how many programmes we can start during any given year. Whilst we happily accept cheques and cash, when you donate money to charity online it allows us to minimise the amount of admin, meaning that your generosity has the greatest impact.

Join our team

We are currently looking to expand our Board of Trustees by adding a fundraising expert to help us continue to expand our funding to meet the need in our programmes.

Please email if you would like to hear more about the role or to suggest someone who might be of interest.

Writing a will

We would like to encourage all of our supporters to write a will. Doing so will save your loved ones time and effort in the future.

If you are interested, we also welcome people leaving a legacy to Five Talents.

Find out about how to write or amend an existing will.