Our Beneficiaries

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Christ Ambassadors School - Ghana

Our encounter with Christ Ambassador’s school was on the 4th of January 2021. We visited the school to donate some essential back to school items for the young students as they prepared to return to school for the new year. We made book, stationary and food donations to the students as well as the teachers. Through our visit we also got the opportunity to speak to the students and give them some encouragement and wisdom on the importance of their education.

DeLisle College

De Lisle College is a college found within the small town of Loughborough. This college is a thriving and successful Catholic voluntary academy with a clear vision for success in developing the young adults of tomorrow. With our group of student volunteers from the LSU Action- Life Beacon Project, we are conduct various activities with the students of the college who are either at GCSE’s or A Levels stages where they need to start thinking about what they will do post college. The activities our volunteers conduct with these young people are constructed to help guide the students get ready for university and life in a career. The project has the goal to help young people feel more confident about the decisions they make with regards to their higher education plans or career plans after college. 

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Le Groupe Scolaire de Koudougou 1,2,3 - Côte D’Ivoire 

This is a school situated in a region called Bouaflé in the centre of Côte D’Ivoire in West Africa. The Groupe Scolaire de Koudougou translates for the “Groupe of Schools in Koudougou”. Every year the schools try to find new ways of motivating their students to achieve excellence to and strive more in their education. Life Beacon decided to support them in this quest in 2021 when their academic year was coming to an end. Life Beacon contributed with educational awards for Top students in each of the classes from primary all through to secondary school. All the schools were also all gifted with the first books to be placed in their first school library. All the books were inclusive of various age groups across the school, and on different topics too. Additionally, Life Beacon donated some living essentials to the few teachers of the school along with Certificates of Acknowledgement in order to motivate them to keep their hard and noble work of teaching children within this underprivileged region where illiteracy is still high. 

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Madina Polyclinic Rawlings Circle Hospital

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This is a Polyclinic located at Rawlings Circle in Accra, Ghana. This hospital is a government hospital in an underprivileged community. Our encounter with this hospital was on the 6th January 2021 when we paid a surprise visit to the maternity ward of the hospital. The purpose of the visit was to donate Mum and New born essentials to the née and expecting mother’s at the hospital maternity ward. This visit was focused on us handing these donations out to the mothers and their new born babies as well as encouraging the mothers as they embarked on their motherhood journey. The idea behind the donations was to bring some joy to the mothers during their first moments of becoming mothers, so perhaps this good memory may empower them in their motherhood- this is henceforth crucial for the domestic environment in which these newborn babies are born into.

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Madina Policlinic Kekele Hospital

This is a Polyclinic located at Kekele in Accra, Ghana.This hospital is a government hospital in an underprivileged community. Our encounter with this hospital was on the 6th January 2021 when we paid a surprise visit to the maternity ward of the hospital. The purpose of the visit was to donate Mum and New born essentials to the née and expecting mother’s at the hospital maternity ward. This visit was focused on us handing these donations out to the mothers and their new born babies as well as encouraging the mothers as they embarked on their motherhood journey. The idea behind the donations was to bring some joy to the mothers during their first moments of becoming mothers, so perhaps this good memory may empower them in their motherhood- this is henceforth crucial for the domestic environment in which these newborn babies are born into.

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Tetteh Quarshi Memorial Hospital 

This is a Polyclinic located at Kekele in Accra, Ghana.This hospital is a government hospital in an underprivileged community. Our encounter with this hospital was on the 6th January 2021 when we paid a surprise visit to the maternity ward of the hospital. The purpose of the visit was to donate Mum and New born essentials to the née and expecting mother’s at the hospital maternity ward. This visit was focused on us handing these donations out to the mothers and their new born babies as well as encouraging the mothers as they embarked on their motherhood journey. The idea behind the donations was to bring some joy to the mothers during their first moments of becoming mothers, so perhaps this good memory may empower them in their motherhood- this is henceforth crucial for the domestic environment in which these newborn babies are born into.

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TESTIMONIALS

Annabel was completing her research on Equaloty,Diversity and Inclusion and Storytelling, and she required a focus group to conduct a specific aspect of her research. This involves hearing from various BAME students of Loughborough University their personal experiences vis a vis EDI, and then training them on how to do Storytelling using a software funded by Loughborough University. Life Beacon provided 5 BAME volunteers as representatives for this focus group.

The project was conducted over three separate days for 1 hour on each day. At the end of this project each of the participants had created a storytelling video of a certain part of their EDI experience in Loughborough University, and Annabel was able to collect the data she needed to complete her Masters Dissertation.

Annabeth, Data Scientist

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