Meet the 25 year old, who is mum to 150 kids in Malawi!


Last week we followed the remarkable story of Sarah Brook. This  young PR professional has made the brave decision to exchange her glamorous corporate lifestyle in Dubai to volunteer full time at the orphanage she built three years ago in Malawi, Africa. Walking away from her job at Total Communications, 25-year-old, Sarah Brook, will trade her luxury downtown apartment for a mud hut with no electricity in a months’ time, when she moves to a rural village in Sub-Saharan Africa – about a 60-minute walk from the closest town.

With 150 orphans and vulnerable children between age 0-6 who call her Mum, Sarah has made it her mission to ensure all of these children survive to make it to primary school as healthy individuals and have the chance of a future. For 60AED one orphan can go to her orphanage, the children will be given the chance to go to school, food, unlimited water, two vaccinations a year and 24 hour love and support. Drive Live will be following her journey over the next year.

For more information about Sarah’s story contact The Sparkle Foundation, Malawi project. Email and follow or on Twitter: @sparklemalawi.

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