The Sean Devereux Children's Fund
In 1994, 21-year-old humanitarian aid worker Sean Devereux was murdered by a hired gunman in Somalia. He died while bringing aid to the poor and helpless.
It is a privilege for the Order of St. George to help support the fund that continues to work in his name.
The Fund provides aid to African children in need, for projects that offer self-sufficiency and are sustainable in the longer term.
Through education the Fund strives to give children the opportunity to empower themselves for the future. The Fund is managed by volunteers to ensure that the projects receive the total benefit from all fundraising.
Sean’s commitment to humanity inspires supporters to continue the work he started and encourages others to be generous.
|Sean Devereux, in the centre of the group.|