Double your donation

Motorbike Ambulances for Mums in Mbale


on the Big Give website to Double your Donation!

The Big Give Christmas Challenge 2021 is live now! Donations will be doubled until midday on Tuesday December 7th or until the match fund runs out.  Any questions? Please contact us or telephone Melanie on 07786 996399

PONT’s motorbike ambulances save the lives of mothers who would otherwise struggle to get to the nearest health centre or hospital, and children who are very sick with malaria or other diseases. Now more than ever we need to raise funds to pay for fuel and repairs to keep them on the road!

For just one week from midday on Tuesday 30th November to midday 7th December 2020, donations made online through the Big Give Christmas Challenge appeal will be doubled. For just one week we can have twice the impact.

£5 is doubled to £10       £50 is doubled to £100

The Big Give Christmas Challenge has finished and we’ve raised

£ 0
THANK YOU if you made a donation!
If you would still like to donate to PONT please Donate here

How does the Big Give Christmas Challenge work?

  • some generous donors have pledged £6,000 to create a ‘match pot’
  • donations you make through the Big Give website during challenge week will be DOUBLED from that pot up to a total of £6,000,
  • everything we raise will be sent to Mbale to help our Ugandan partners keep motorbike ambulances moving

Remember, your donations will only be doubled from midday on 30th November!

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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