These are some of the parents and children of Jamwelly Jallow Kunda village in Gambia. These are the people who will benefit from the school. Please help and support You can donate here
Over the past few months we have been busy on the build of the school. We have had some amazing feedback and help from many people who have donated or help find funds. Donate here One of our excursions was to Cyndicut FM with DJ Charge, Just Jones and Taylor Dee This was for a […]
So the school is taking shape as each day goes by. The security doors have been fitted and windows are to be fitted very soon. The next stage is to plaster. Click here to donate This is where you all come in……. We are asking for your help and support here, even if it’s ONE POUND […]
We have been working hard away this year and I’m happy to announce we have raised over £1000 towards send two young ladies to University in Gambia. Our Go Fund Me page will not show the full amount as we have kept this money offline (Saving on commissions) I would like to thank all who […]
Last week I had the pleasure of being invited to play on Cyndicut.com The show lasted 4 hours and featured DJ Charge, Just Jones myself (Nebula2) and Bryan. The show was a mix of Drum & Bass and Old Skool. The Cyndicut team also donated a some money towards the project which is being sent […]
Over the next few months we will be involved with several projects raising money for the school and girls. Dance music night We are happy to be invited to be backed by a special music night in Warrington. This event features some of the rave scenes best. Jamie Allen has brought together Slipmatt, Nebula2, Steve […]
B2Yed are plaining an music event in Nottingham 2016 to raise money to help with building a school in Gambia. The school project was set up by Cherno Gaye in Gambia and Joachim in the UK. So far the school has been funded by the help of friend here in the UK. The school will […]
We are currently help two girls through school and wish to send them to university in the future. We have set up a fund to help them here http://www.gofundme.com/eduction_in_africa So far support has been great but more is need. You know what to do.