Join us at Ace events, from quiz nights to sporting and adventure challenges such as cycling in the Prudential RideLondon100, running the Royal Parks Half Marathon or even taking on the ultimate Ace Africa African Adventure.
British 10k London Run, 9th July 2017
Prudential Ride London 100, 30th July 2017
Ace Africa Quiz Night, 27th September 2017
Royal Parks Half Marathon, 8th October 2017
An Ace Africa African Adventure, 2017
On November 24th 2016, Ace Africa hosted its biannual gala dinner at the stunning Royal Horticultural Lindley Hall (London).
With thanks to all our incredible supporters, Ace Africa are thrilled to announce that we managed to raise a record-breaking £203,187. Click here to read a detailed account from the evening along with some beautiful photographs.
In 2016 over 50 individuals took part in one of our 4 UK based challenge events, including the London Marathon and Prudential RideLondon, as well as peer-to-peer initiatives including an Icelandic Ultra Marathon, a Mount Kilimanjaro climb and a 100km South Coast challenge! In total the heroic efforts of our amazing challengers raised more than £50,000 for our programmes. We would like to say a special thank you to everyone who took part this year – we are truly grateful for your awe-inspiring efforts
If you would like to join in this year and support Ace Africa to help communities and children throughout rural Tanzania and Kenya, then please do get in contact at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
– 26th September 2016
Ace Africa’s annual Quiz Night managed to raise an incredible total of £7,024. Held at The Strand’s Pizza Express for the very first time the evening was once again a roaring success, with our longest standing supporters in the room as well as well as welcoming a few new faces to the Ace family.
Our Auctioneer and Compere for the evening was once again conducted by the ever energetic Mark Turnbull who tested teams beyond their limits with his brilliantly challenging questions as they fought for victory. Guests were also treated to a thought provoking keynote speech delivered by Linden Lawson who had just returned from a field trip visit to Tanzania.
Thank you to everyone who attended, donated prizes and to our incredible team of volunteers. It is with your support that the evening was such a success, and through providing education, health and training on nutrition and economic empowerment, Ace ultimately hopes to reach more vulnerable families and better enable them to have fulfilling, healthy lives.