Thanking each and every person who has contributed would be an enormous task but here are a few of the people who have helped along the way without any remuneration...
Mark Kennedy of Eurogamer.net: Logo design way back in 2003
Felicity Marks of the Street Academy Annexe Project who travelled to Tema with various people to secure the release of a shipment of books and clothes after months held in customs.
The late Baz Berry who decided, on a whim, to support the Teach Ghana Trust having seen June Sarpong on Question Time during the Make Poverty History campaign in 2005.
Claire McCord who ably assisted Baz in raising funds for the charity.
Vincent Van Pelt formerly of Bear Stearns who has made significant donations and continues to support the charity.
Richard Straffon who has hosted the fundraising quiz in 2007 and 2010
Dave Roe - DJ post-fundraising quiz.
Dr. Clare Chandler of the London School of Health and Tropical Medicine who has, twice, taken funds to Ghana in person on her own independent visits, meeting with our representative in Ghana and initiating our first major capital grant project.
Stephanee Mousley who has carried Teach Ghana Trust funds to Ghana.
Hannah Furniss, Sharoon Lassen and Isabel Martin-Lyons for overhauling the entire website in 2015 and creating this much more modern, slicker website in their summer holiday between GCSEs and A-levels.
Without these people and the many others who have contributed, we would not be able to exist as a charity. The Teach Ghana Trust extends its gratitude to all those who have helped us to make some level of difference in Ghana. Your support has been and continues to be a significant factor in our ongoing operation.