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Sentebale is a charity founded by The Duke of Sussex and Prince Seeiso in 2006 following Prince Harry’s gap year to Lesotho in 2004.

We help the most vulnerable children in Lesotho, Botswana and Malawi get the support they need to lead healthy and p...

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What is Gift Aid?
If you are a UK taxpayer, Sentebale can reclaim 25p on every pound you give us with no extra cost to you. So if you give Sentebale £10, it is actually worth £12.50 to us.

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Sentebale is a small, flexible organisation, focused on community projects that genuinely transform the lives of vulnerable children.

We apply the same principles and disciplines to managing Sentebale as we would to running any business,...

Herd boys programme

Lesotho’s herd boys are a marginalised section of the community and the tradition of tending to livestock in the mountains prevents them from attending school. The programme gives these boys the opportunity to access primary school education a...

home 2019

Sentebale supports the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people affected by HIV in Lesotho and Botswana. Our programmes of education and care provide the tools and knowledge this vulnerable generation need to live long, happy, healthy...

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If you do not want to donate via our website please visit BT MyDonate, Paypal, Just Giving, or Virgin Money Giving.

By post
You can send a cheque made payable to “Sentebale” to:

Sentebale 4th Floor
136 Sloane Street
SW1X 9AY...


On 5th December, Prince Harry made a private visit to Lesotho to see the progress of Sentebale's programmes that provide support to vulnerable children in Lesotho.

Prince Harry has shared some personal thoughts and photos from a recent tour to Lesotho...

Sentebale Audi Concert 2019 Frequently Asked Questions

Sentebale Audi Concert 2019 FAQs
1 – Event timings: General Admission Ticket Holders
Public car parks open:              17:00

Gardens open for picnic:          17:30

Palace open for public:             20:15

Concert starts:             ...

Sentebale Concert Frequently Asked Questions

Sentebale Concert 2016

Event timings – General Admission Ticket Holders

18.30: Doors open for general admission

19.00: Arena opens

22.30: Anticipated end time

Event timings – Orangery Guests

18.00 – 19.30: Orangery drinks and c...


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Take Action Now - Volunteer

Volunteer for us
We do not currently have any volunteer opportunities available at Sentebale.

If you are interested in volunteering or working in international development, visit World Service Enquiry , where you’ll find lots of useful information an...

Terms and Conditions

Below sets out the terms and conditions (“Terms ”) that shall apply to your tickets (“Tickets ”) for entry (“Entry ”) to ‘Sentebale present Coldplay & Special Guests’ on 28th June 2016 (the “Event ”) at Kensington Palace (the “Venue ”): (i) an o...

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Current Vacancies
We are recruiting!

In partnership with the National Aids & Health Promotions Agency (NAHPA), Sentebale will be implementing DREAMS programme in Botswana, in Serowe, Bobirwa and North-east districts. We invite applicants...

Living with HIV Access to education Care for children Letsema: working together


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