On this page you will find links to friends, sponsors, partners and others who have some interest or involvement with The Abba International School.

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The Cox Family Christian Trust 


The Trust was set up in the year 2000 by Tim & Marion Cox and their elder son Malcolm.  Marion's parents died leaving them with sufficient funds to help them give in areas they'd often wished they could, but never had the resources.

Dedicated to support any worthy cause that would further the Kingdom of God, through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, in any way possible. However, by focussing on the requirements of those in need, the act of giving alone, whether to support, encourage or assist in self-development, is often the finest example of Christianity in action.

Joined in 2008 by a good friend Malcolm Spreckley, who sadly died of cancer in 2010, to be replaced by good friend Richard Price. The four trustees manage the charity in a very hands-on manner, often by travelling to those places where they've previously sent a donation, or in order to see for themselves the current situation with a view to deciding whether to give and/or how much. Education is one of the primary reasons for their interest in ABBA International School, and the Trust currently sponsors some young people in West Africa through further education.

In the photograph below, Tim Cox is undertaking eye tests for reading glasses among the Hanga People in the village of Murugu, Northern Ghana in 2009.

 Experienced Cordon Bleu Chef Marion Cox is providing cookery lessons at the town of Damongo, Northern Ghana in 2009.

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