Changing Lives

One at a Time

One at a Time


Lovatt Foundation .Org is a charitable, world-wide collective that was founded in May 2015 and serves as an umbrella for high value, grass-root level, long-term projects in the red zone of Northern Nigeria.

Founded in May 2015 it has grown from setting up one orphanage for 30 children (of troubled Borno) to what it is today. Current projects include ‘COB’- Children of Borno, ‘Gidan Almajirai’ Scholarships, the RUMBU Program, Tree Planting and Boreholes, to name a few.


From Kano, Northern Nigeria, we channel every donation to the project of your choice. If you make a general (no project specified) donation, it will be allocated to were the need is greatest. The Lovatt Foundation .Org works closely with those in great need while appreciating contributions from landlords, NGO’s, trades people and individuals. Every penny goes a long way as the collective does not get paid, nobody draws a wage for the work. We can also accommodate those who would like a project tailored to their individual passion (e.g. solar unit, beehive, surgeries, community library, etc).


Volunteer: Share your talents, services and time on the ground or from afar.

Donations: To donate goods or services contact Fiona. To donate funds below depending on where in the world you are.

Priority Appeal

Please consider this appeal when you donate today:


Ways to donate

You can give to key projects today by using the project name as identifier. If none is mentioned we will allocate your gift to where need is the greatest.

go fund me link

go fund me link

PayPal in US$:

PayPal in GB£:

PayPal Pool

Bank Transfer and Remittance Service Info:
Account Name: Fiona Margaret Lovatt | Bank Name: Ecobank
Account Number: 5613002732 | Sort Code: 050120639

Just some of our Supporters

Sponsor: Dr. Isa Muhammad Jiddah Alfadlah (Nigeria)Volunteer: Susan Henshaw (Vegas, USA)Supporter: Initiative for Community Welfare & CareVolunteer: Sadisu Salisu (Nigeria)Volunteer: Marian Evans (New Zealand)Supporter: Marawe SolutionsVolunteer: Kelly Harris (Australia)Volunteer: Saeed Kirki (Hungary)Supporter: MangoesToShare.Org (Florida, USA)Volunteer: Ed Keazor (Nigeria)Volunteer: Sani Ismail (Kano, Nigeria)Sponsor: (UK)Volunteer: Josh Ekemezuma (UK)Supporter: Jack Vincent Fidelis Jr (Nigeria)Supporter: Sidro Synergies Ltd (Hungary)Volunteer: Abubakar Gambo (Nigeria)Supporters: Sunshine International SchoolVolunteer: Aliyu A. Wali (Nigeria)Volunteer: Chaela Hall (UK)Sponsor: Cerebo Systems (Nigeria)Volunteer: Ahmed Abubakar (Nigeria)Volunteer: Caroline Idehen (USA)Supporter: Maternova (Canada)Supporter: Dave Moskovitz (New Zealand)Supporter: Kereshmeh and Akin Odulate (North Carolina, USA)Sponsor: Dawning Systems (Charlotte, USA)Supporter: Mr and Mrs Rayner (UK)Supporter: Dallas and her parents (Australia)Supporter: Fun House Pre-School (Nigeria)Volunteer: Ikirama Mukhtar (Nigeria)Supporter: Mr Counts (Oklahoma, USA)Supporter: EMRTS (Edmond, USA)Supporter: Joseph Williams (UK)Volunteer: Barbara Bergin (UK)Supporter: Sheldon's Electrical Enterprises (UK)Supporter: November (Australia)Supporter: Lorna Brown (UK)Supporter: The Salam Project (UK)Anna Milaeva (Miami, USA)Callum Bowen (Australia)Dafe Otite (UK)WHSmith Wood Green Branch (London, UK)Rachel A. Onamusi (UK)Viva Naija Radio (UK)Dr. F. Adebajo (UK)Umar Saleh Gwani (Bauchi, Nigeria)Canty's Bookshop (Canberra, Australia)Serhat Maras (London, UK)Alexandra (Wellington, New Zealand)Modulaire Inc (Oklahoma, US)Fatsuma Magaji (Kaduna, Nigeria)Dr. Gabrielle Abia Biteo-Talon (London, UK)Love Tilly Billy (London, UK)Hussaina Imam (Kano, Nigeria)Jasmine (South Korea)Fun Tree Books (Texas, US)Dieter Suess (Kempten, Germany)Pastor Paul Hamilton-Testrote (Wellingborough, UK)Golden Penny Foods (Nigeria)Len Bowen (Canberra, Australia)Avril Hume (Canberra, Australia)Jane Oswald Easley (Philadelphia, US)

that contributed to



Micro Businesses

Boreholes / Solar Units


Almajiri Scholarships

Fruit Trees


We are learning to plant
and grow our own food


13 + 3 =


Please email Fiona to arrange a call

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