The Achimota Trust

Patron: The Lord Ribeiro, Kt, CBE, of Achimota and Ovington


The Achimota Trust is a charitable Trust which was established in 1987 by  the Old Achimotan Association in the United Kingdom (OAA (UK)) to provide assistance and support for Achimota School in Ghana.


The Trust relies on donations to enable it to carry out its work. Donations can be made in a variety of ways.  Click here for a printable Donation Form. For Gift Aided donations, donate here.


Donors are encouraged to donate to the Trust using  BT’s FREE fundraising service  MyDonate.  Donations made through MyDonate may also be Gift Aided.

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Donors who are tax payers are urged to use the Gift Aid scheme which enables the Trust to reclaim from HM Revenue and Customs tax paid on donations.  Donate here


If your employer offers Payroll Giving, which is a tax-effective and efficient way of raising much-needed funds, you may wish to donate through your workplace payroll.  Click here for more information

Ut Omnes Unum Sint

The Achimota Trust

4 Cranfield Drive

London NW9 5WH


The Achimota Trust and the Old Achimotan Association in the UK are proud of their link with Goodenough College and grateful to the College for the use of its facilities for their meetings.


www.goodenough.ac.uk


Goodenough College, Mecklenburgh Square, London WC1N 2AB

Welcome


Founding Trustee  Akora  Professor Alex Kwapong: a Tribute


At the OAA-UK Annual Remembrance Service, held in Methodist Central Hall, Westminster, on Sunday 21 September 2014, lead Trustee of the Achimota Trust, Akora Ken Agra, read a tribute to the late Akora Professor Alex Kwapong, one of the Founding Trustees of the Trust.  Read his tribute here.