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  • Posted by Julie Denny
  • January 23, 2018
  • News

Research Partnership sends a cheque for $10,000 to Forever Angels

Research Partnership sends a cheque for $10,000 to Forever Angels

Helping them in their mission of caring for and improving the lives of orphans and abandoned infants in Tanzania

The Forever Angels baby home has, for the past 10 years, taken in and cared for hundreds of young children in Tanzania. In the last year alone, Forever Angels has received 20 new children into their care, seen 11 children adopted into new homes and helped return 8 children to their biological families.

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  • Posted by Julie Denny
  • June 22, 2017
  • News

Forever Angels founder is awarded an MBE

Forever Angels founder is awarded an MBE

We are delighted to announce that Forever Angels founder Amy Hathaway has been awarded an MBE in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list for providing interim and community care to abandoned and vulnerable infants overseas. Research Partnership has been a corporate donor of Forever Angels since 2008 and has been very proud to support this incredible charity, which has transformed the lives of many babies and their families, as well as whole communities, since it was started over a decade ago.

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  • Posted by Julie Denny
  • December 15, 2016
  • News

Research Partnership makes annual donation to Forever Angels

Research Partnership makes annual donation to Forever Angels

We are delighted to announce that Research Partnership has made a seasonal donation of US$5,000 to our chosen charity, Forever Angels. Fundraising efforts by our employees throughout the year contributed to this total.

Forever Angels is committed to providing support to young children in Tanzania. This wonderful charity provides nutrition and loving, holistic care to needy children, helping to preserve the family wherever possible. Their two main projects are Forever Angels Baby Home and Maisha Matters - a community outreach program which provides orphan babies with life-saving formula milk in their own homes and helps their relatives set up a sustainable business so they can support their families into the future.

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  • Posted by Julie Denny
  • November 24, 2016
  • Videos

Research Partnership mannequin challenge

Our UK executives took part in a Mannequin Challenge yesterday! They were keen to sample the culinary delights of the latest RP Bake-off, where staff bake and sell cakes to raise money for our chosen charity; Forever Angels baby home in Tanzania.

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  • Posted by Julie Denny
  • April 15, 2016
  • Articles

Forever Angels achievements and development plan for 2016

Forever Angels achievements and development plan for 2016

Research Partnership is proud to support Forever Angels in their mission of caring for and improving the lives of orphans and abandoned infants in Tanzania.

Forever Angels have recently released their strategic plan for 2016, in which they share the history of the charity and how it started, the challenges that they have overcome and future plans so they can continue to help improve the lives of Children in need in Tanzania.
Amy Hathaway opened the baby home in 2006, and for years built up the home, taking in and caring for hundreds of young children. Amy moved back to the UK in 2014, where she continues to oversee all marketing for the charity. The home is now under careful management of Josephine and Lillian and is in a good position to sustainably continue its work. They have a strong team of 63 Tanzanian staff, who are supported by a number of various volunteers from around the world. Since the baby home opened back in 2006, Forever Angels have taken in 297 children, returned 138 to relatives, helped 64 children be adopted into loving families and assisted the community care for a further 250 babies a fantastic 10 year achievement. 

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