You have two hands, one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.
Audrey Hepburn

Lady Khama, a devoted mother was always concerned about the needs of women and children, especially those who were disadvantaged.

Lady Khama, a devoted mother was always concerned about the needs of women and children, especially those who were disadvantaged.This concern manifested itself in her leadership of numerous charities; most notably the Botswana Red Cross Society, the Botswana Council of Women, and the SOS Children’s Villages. It was through her character that she reflected the core principles of the Red Cross of: humanity, impartiality, independence, voluntary services, unity and universality. Her dedication to these ideals was a source of personal strength that predates the period of her famous marriage, the story of which held her as a global symbol of the triumph of love of family and community over...

News & Events

29 Jul 2017
Lady K. Family Fun DayThis annual activity comprises several events to keep the crowd entertained throughout the day,...
23 Sep 2017
After some years and requests from individuals and companies... We are happy to announce that the Lady Khama Gala...
13 Oct 2017
The 2017 Lady Khama Cup will again be held at the Gaborone Golf Club on Friday 13th October 2017. The Cup will take the...
12 May 2017
The GHER is an event founded by the Ghanzi and Lobatse communities in the interest of raising funds for Lady Khama...
09 Apr 2017
RUN21 2017 TRAIL RUNPresented by Lady Khama Charitable Trust & O3 Beverages  CALL FOR CORPORATE ENTRIES &...
04 Dec 2016
We are delighted to introduce to you a new addition to our Lady Khama Charitable Trust fundraising events calendar, the...

Currently Funded Projects

The funds were used to pay electricity, telephone, water and the remaining we used to buy food for the kids. We had to buy nutritious food as some of our kids are on ARV'S and they need food good for their systems. We find it hard to get funds for running expenses from other donors. For St Vincent... Read more...
Ellen Britz, Coordinator