We believe that charity really does begin at home. A holistic approach to helping children and families means that we are not just interested in single issues, but we want to make sure that houses and homes are secure and comfortable, providing the best possible environment for children to flourish.

We believe that charity really does begin at home. A holistic approach to helping children and families means that we are not just interested in single issues, but we want to make sure that houses and homes are secure and comfortable, providing the best possible environment for children to flourish.

We know that having a home matters, that’s why we’ve launched our ‘Charity Begins With a Home’ project.

We raise funds to, repair, re-roof, rebuild and in some cases purchase homes for vulnerable families.

Helping families with the most basic human needs of security and shelter.

You can give to this project now using the form below.

CiCA UK deducts 5% from every donation to cover essential admin costs including the transfer of funds to Africa, where Gift Aid reclaims are made we allocate the refunds to the general fund to further the general aims and objectives of the charity.

Rebecca’s Room all began with child sponsorship. One of our sponsors, Sadie, visited Zambia in 2011 was so affected by the plight of the family of the little girl she was sponsoring, that she set about fundraising to buy them a house.

A dream became a reality when Sadie visited the family again in 2017, to see them secure and settled in their new home, no longer threatened with eviction and uncertainty.

Following that visit and after meeting more destitute families ‘Rebecca’s Room’ expanded it’s vision, and set about raising money to purchase a plot of land on the outskirts of Mufulira. This land has two houses on it and room for two more. The vision is to provide safe, secure housing for families in desperate need. Those with very young children and also the elderly and vulnerable.

In partnership with CiCA UK and its project ‘Charity Begins with a Home’, ‘Rebecca’s Room’ is seeking to make a permanent impact in the war against poverty and bringing relief and hope to more families.

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