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Mpira Primary School Construction Complete!

Classrooms for Malawi are delighted announce the completion of 2 new classroom blocks at Mpira Primary School in Malawi. Working in Partnership with St. Margaret’s Academy, Livingstone, Scotland, Classrooms for Malawi have constructed a new classroom block and renovated a previously unsafe block. This project will now provide 194 Children, from years 3 and 6, the opportunity to learn in a safe and welcoming environment. Previously, the children were being taught under trees but now are able to be taught in 8 classrooms suitable for

teaching.In June 2017, students from St. Margaret’s Academy traveled to Malawi to help in the renovation of the classroom blocks above.

Countdown to the Grand Fundraising Ball 2018!

Our 6th Annual Classrooms for Malawi Grand Fundraising Ball is nearly upon us! With just under 4 weeks left to go,  this year’s ball is shaping up to be one of our best yet and will take place on Saturday 28th April at The Hilton Hotel, Glasgow. Last Year, with the incredible support of 407 attendees, we raised a fantastic £30,966.50! We would love for you to be one of our attendees this year, so come and dance the night away to the fantastic music of “The Upbeats” and enjoy the sparkling wine reception reception, live entertainment, raffles, silent auctions,

Save the date for our Grand Fundraising Ball 2017!

Save the date, get your glad rags on, and join us for a night of fun and fundraising! The 5th Annual Classrooms for Malawi Grand Fundraising Ball is coming up and we want it to be bigger and better than ever before! Last year we had over 600 generous attendees who all helped us to raise a whopping £30,966.50. We would love for you to be one of our attendees this year, so come along and enjoy the Champaign reception, live entertainment, raffles, silent auctions, some delicious food and show your support in order for us to build even more classrooms this year and beyond!

Join Our 2017 Team



Are you passionate about education? Can you give 2 weeks of your time and energy to improve the lives of the children of Malawi?

If so, Classrooms for Malawi want you to join our summer 2017 Volunteer Team!
Classrooms for Malawi believe that education is the most sustainable route out of poverty. For this reason, we build schools in some of the poorest communities in Malawi to enable children to learn in the safe and secure environments that they truly deserve – but we can’t do it alone!

An ongoing partnership continues to flourish!

Today it is the turn of the Gleniffer High School CfM team to set out on the long journey to Malawi. The good people of the school community from Renfrewshire are no strangers to Malawi, once again, staff and pupils are once again working in partnership with their partner school Dzenza PS, Dedza Central Malawi, where already they have worked to renovate four classrooms.

This fantastic young group will be working with our local team and community to renovate a completely dilapidated 5 classrooms block which has required a new roof, roof trusses, floors, windows, drains and much more.

Whitehill Secondary arrive in Malawi

An excited team of Staff and Senior pupils from Whitehill Sec School, Glasgow have just arrived in Malawi. They will be working with CfM and our Malawian colleagues, renovating 4 classrooms at Nyambadwe PS, their partner school in Malawi. They are the first of many CfM volunteer and partner groups who will travel to Malawi this summer… Good luck to all at Whitehill!



Classrooms for Malawi Grand Fundraising Ball 2016 set to smash fundraising target

Classrooms for Malawi’s fourth Annual Grand Fundraising Ball, this year supported by Bank of Scotland, takes place this Saturday (30th April 2016) at The Hilton Hotel, Glasgow  and is shaping up to be our biggest ever, with thousands of pounds raised before the night has even begun.

More than 600 guests will join us at the fantastic ballroom, digging deep to ensure the night is a massive fundraising success. Guests will be entertained by a piper, photobooth, Frankie Farrell and his cabaret show, and a DJ, so make sure you have your dancing shoes ready if you are coming!

Classrooms for Malawi HQ

Thanks to your help and support since 2012, when Classrooms for Malawi was nothing more than a conversation over a kitchen table, we have improved the lives of thousands of children in Malawi already. We have grown an incredible amount, with partners in Scotland and Malawi helping us to achieve our goals of providing safe and fit for purpose classrooms in some of the world’s poorest communities, and changing lives and communities for the better.

We have now grown so much, and have so much work to complete in order to achieve our increasingly ambitious goals, that we have recently moved into our own office and employed our first part-time paid member of staff.

Putting the fun in fundraising!

In our most ambitious year of projects to date, with more partners than ever before – including Williamwood Secondary SchoolKibble Education Centre , Dunblane and Kilsyth Boys’ Brigades, and the St Bernadette’s Parish Malawi Partnership, plus many more – we are putting a spotlight on some fantastic fundraising efforts. in the last year! These are just some of the hundreds of fundraisers which have taken place for Classrooms for Malawi, some big, some small, all making a huge difference. Get involved, and help give some of the world’s poorest children the best chance in life.

Classrooms for Malawi scores with the Global Goals

“Together we can make the global goals real.”

Those were the words spoken by Seonaid Stevenson from Classrooms for Malawi as she gave her closing remarks at the charity’s Global Goals event which was held at the charity’s new office building in St Columbkille’s Church Hall in Rutherglen on Saturday 6th February.

The event was organised by Classrooms for Malawi and supported by funding from the Scottish Government and Scotland Malawi Partnership. It was designed to raise awareness of the UN Sustainable Development Goals or, as they’re more commonly referred to as, the “Global Goals”. The Global Goals are a set of 17 Goals that every UN member state has signed up to.