Hope Orphanage in Makeni, Sierra Leone was founded by Sesay Abdul 'Uncle' Rashid in response to the vast number of homeless children that were orphaned and left on the streets, following the devastation left behind by Ebola, without any care or protection, in danger of abuse, victimisation, starvation, disease...
Hope Orphanage houses, cares for, feeds and supports the health and education (neither of which are free in Sierra Leone) for 74 orphan girls that have no public or other source of funding.
They wish they could help more street kids. We hope we can help make that happen eventually.

Please donate
 if you can, to help Hope Orphanage and the Girls!


Check out the extensive playlist of artists that have played for Punk 4 The Homeless / Girls Are Loud both virtually and at live gigs:


*After your donation, you will be redirected to a Google Drive page where you can download your very own copy of Alan Morgan's 'Patchwork Purple' - a short 59 page book with 3 wonderful stories and illustrations! Enjoy <3


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Punk 4 The Homeless

Punk 4 The Homeless is a not-for-profit organisation established in 2010. We put on small DIY gigs to raise money and awareness for street children. During the Covid-19 crisis we have been putting on online events. We also sell merchandise (T-shirts, Hoodies, CD's, Mugs, Zines, Books etc).

The organizations we help are Hope Orphanage (not-for profit), a 74 girl orphanage in Sierra Leone; Compass Children's Charity (registered charity number 1073903), who work with street children in Guatemala, Hondurus, Nicaragua and Mexico and Uptight Rebels Collective (not-for-profit) in The Philippines.

There are estimated to be around 100,000,000 street children in the world. Punk 4 The Homeless are grass roots but we help others help some of these children.


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