Changing lives in Wales and Uganda


The Big Give Christmas Challenge 2018 is now finished
and thanks to our wonderful supporters we raised
£ 0
If you would like to donate to PONT please Donate here

Donations go twice as far during the challenge

Your £3 becomes £6 = 2 lifesaving journeys

Your £30 becomes £60 = 20 lifesaving journeys

Your £75 becomes £150 = 50 lifesaving journeys

Without the motorbike ambulances, mothers, children and people who’ve had accidents would face a difficult journey to a health centre – or even lose their lives stuck at home.

With your help we can do something to change that.

How does the Big Give Christmas Challenge work?

  • some generous donors have pledged £7000 to create a ‘match pot’
  • donations you make through the Big Give website during challenge week will be DOUBLED from that pot
  • everything we raise will be sent to Mbale to help pay for fuel, repairs and training and co-ordinating the fantastic motorbike ambulance drivers.

Remember, your donations will only be doubled from midday on 27th November!

Pop a reminder in your calendar to check here on Tuesday 27th when we’ll post a great big link to the correct donation page. Or sign up to our newsletter and follow us on Facebook to get reminders.

In the meantime, you can read more about our ambulances and the people they help, such as Esther and her baby Arthur

Any questions? Please contact us – we’d love to hear from you

Tony is one of the Welsh volunteers who have trained volunteers in Uganda “because no mother should die while giving life!”
Mbale region is mountainous and many homes are not accessible by road – especially in the rainy season
Florence’s baby was born at a health centre - thanks to a motorbike ambulance
Tom is one of the motorbike ambulance drivers committed to saving lives