Get involved intro
Task Brasil, being a small charity, depends greatly on the help of individuals like yourself, companies, in the US, UK and wherever you are in the world.
Getting involved in our work will allow you to learn more about the situation, develop new skills and make a real difference to the lives of the children living on the streets.
Get involved now!
Fill in the form and register as a Volunteer here.
Click here for the helpful Fundraising Guide. 'Contact Us' if you have any questions or simply if you wish to discuss details of your event or request further information. 'Contact Us!'
Raise money for Task Brasil with a Personal Fundraising Page.
Click here to go to JustGiving in the UK
Click here to go to First Giving in the USA
Make your donation go even further
If you are a UK taxpayer your donation can be worth an additional 25p of tax on every £1 that you give on or after 6 April 2008, making your gift go further. Click here to print out and complete the Gift Aid form and send to us at Task Brasil, PO Box 4901, London SE16 3PP.
Click here to DONATE and sign a Gift Aid Declaration for Task Brasil (Word 2010 download)
Click here to DONATE and sign a Gift Aid Declaration for Task Brasil (Word 97-2003 download)
One of our volunteers, Isabelle Pila has produced and directed the following short film to publicise the great efforts of our 2009 London Marathon runners, replica handbags and explain how their sweat and determination is helping us to help children in Rio. We love the film, so we hope that you will check it out HERE!
It's not too late to visit our runners' Justgiving pages in the UK and help them reach their fundraising targets. Every penny donated helps us maintain our projects in Brazil!
Our friends at the London School of Samba generously allowed Task Brasil to record and use their music in the film!
We are also grateful to Many Rivers Film for providing some equipment that made the film possible.
PHOTOS of activities in Casa Jimmy are available in our FACEBOOK page Here
Helping Brazilian children to help themselves!