Giving a Little, Helps a Lot

Casa Reom Trust relies on the generosity of a large number of individuals to support the ongoing work of the Casa Reom Centre for street children in Beira, Mozambique. Setting up a Standing Order provides a stable income to help run the centre and invest in future projects. See the Donate page for more details.

Now you can support Casa Reom Trust through your online spending at Christmas and throughout the year. When you buy online through Give as you Live a percentage of your purchase goes to the Casa Reom Trust.
Go to the How to Help page for more details.
A new appeal has been launched at to raise funds for the next building phase at Casa Reom. You can donate directly or you can organise a fundraising event to support this new project.
There is also a new appeal for raising funds for the ongoing work of Casa Reom and Escola Reom.
Go to the How to Help page for more details.
On the 27 November 2014 a new album was launched titled Limitless by Rugby musicians Aimee Slater, Jon Solway and friends recorded under the name Chariss - from the Greek word for Grace, "charis". This contemporary worship album, which has been planned, written and recorded in the past 18 months, will be sold in aid of Casa Reom as a CD for £8 or individual tracks can be downloaded for £1.50 each.
Go to to buy the album or individual songs.
Twitter: @charissband

What is the Casa Reom Trust?

The Casa Reom Trust is a charity which helps street children in Beira, Mozambique. It raises funds towards running a centre that looks after children in need: loving them, parenting them, schooling them, and teaching them employment skills.
Casa Reom Trust is a UK registered charity, number 1113673. The street children centre is run by YWAM Beira, which is part of Youth With A Mission (YWAM),

History of Casa Reom

In 1989 5 missionaries started a refuge at a building in Beira and called it 'Casa Reom' (which means 'House of the Good Shepherd'). They offered food and beds to the many street children orphaned by the civil war. YWAM and St. Matthew's Church in Rugby helped with the finance to provide beds, food and schooling.

By 2004 the town centre was crowded and the numbers of children orphaned by AIDS was rising. The local people had a vision for an additional out-of-town site to take more children, teach vocational skills, but preserve the ethos and culture of Casa Reom. A team from St. Matthew's Church visited decided to help. Casa Reom Trust was created to help raise funds for this and for the running costs. UK church members provide support with the building, planning, occasional visits and encouragement.